In this final section of the Ideas for Making Social Studies and History Come Alive blog series, I wanted to take the time to add a few modifications and accommodation options to the activities our family has used to bring the whole history experience full circle for everyone.
By John Mason The lens that we use to view today’s world matters. Every human being alive today has a set of lenses they are using to filter what they are seeing and define [...]
Social Studies: Politics and elections is a compelling springboard to help your students get interested in history and social studies.
By: Dawn Michelle Michals You blinked and now here it is! You and your preschooler are ready to take the leap into your pre-K homeschool adventure. By age four, most children are able to stick [...]
By: Dawn Michelle Michals So you’re gearing up to homeschool 3rd grade. Looking for resources and ideas? You and your child are in the right place! Whether you’ve been homeschooling since pre-K or this is [...]
Homeschooling 1st grade! It’s official, Kindergarten is over and you’re on the count to graduation now! Here’s everything you need in one place to get you started and keep you on track for homeschooling first [...]
Preparing to homeschool 2nd grade? It’s an exciting time for you and your child! We’ve compiled everything you need to get you started and keep you on track for homeschooling this year. Competencies, developmental milestones, [...]
by Dawn Michelle Michals This is it! You’ve taken the leap to homeschool kindergarten. You and your five-year-old are gearing up for a successful year! We have everything you need for homeschooling at the kindergarten [...]
Teaching good citizenship to your homeschool student is more than educating them on political process and American traditions. To foster an enduring sense of ownership over country, state and community, it’s important to develop character qualities and the mindset of a good citizen.