Master my best Christmas teaching tips this season!
Holiday seasons, especially between November and January, are busy times. Celebrations like Thanksgiving, Christmas, New Year's, Hanukkah, and more seem to tumble on top of each other, with no time in between. For many homeschoolers, it seems that any idea of homeschooling just goes out the window during these times. Is it even possible to stay sane and continue to homeschool, even a little?!
Let me give you just one small tip each day, to help you feel like you are doing the important work of homeschooling even during the busy month of December. Enjoy quick Christmas homeschool tips, and grab the coordinating resources and deals if you want more information!
And can you do me a favor? This holiday, will you please make a gingerbread house with your children? I regret not making more gingerbread houses when my children were little. Although truth be told, I don't think they actually LIKED making gingerbread houses.
You can still have a great holiday without losing track of your grand plan for college with these Christmas teaching tips!
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Visiting colleges is an important step in determining where your child will apply. It shows colleges that you are interested in coming to their school. With college visits, you'll want to have prepared some questions in advance that will give you information you can't find online or in their view-books. Ask open-ended questions to, hopefully, engage in meaningful conversation.
You're likely familiar with the SAT and ACT tests, but are you familiar with the CLT? I'm not always able to spend as much time as I would like discussing the CLT Test, but I want to be sure parents are aware of this new test. As more colleges accept the test, and more homeschoolers utilize a classical education, it's important for you to
Plan ahead to avoid devastating test results .
Whether your child is a super-smart, gifted test -taker, or struggling test -o-phobe, there is one thing that could ruin their test results completely. A total failure on the part of the school giving the test .
Please note that as of January 2021, The College Board has discontinued SAT Subject Tests® and