Wish I had read this post a month ago!
We started a particular American history curriculum in January because I wanted to give a "pre-story." From September - December we studied what was happening in Europe that would encourage people to come to the New World. Which meant we were struggling to finish the American History curriculum by May/June. It never entered my mind to be done without "finishing" until I just couldn't continue (my daughter was fine, it was me having the nervous breakdown!). One day I just said "that's it, we're done!" and a peace entered our home.
Now we're just using a few of the unfinished books to read for fun through the summer. WAY more enjoyable!
Do homeschool PE credits seem elusive to you? Do you wish there was a surefire system to document all PE credits? To be sure, homeschool PE isn't the same as a public school PE class, but you have the blessing of a wider range of options for PE credit as a homeschooler.
PE stands for "physical education," not only "physical exercise." You can create the
Games for high school students can make learning more fun. Learning through games requires a careful balance of structure and fun (so the kids don't go crazy) and an amount of teen independence (so the mom doesn't go crazy.) Good thing for you, you're reading this just prior to the holidays! A great pre-holiday shopping guide for the teens in your
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Those universal homeschool mom stressors that can incapacitate you with intense feelings of anxiety are what I
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