Did you enjoy browsing all the homeschool day in the life posts from the finale of our series on Monday?
Remember: it’s not too late to add your own!
Weekend homeschool links:
- Why you should start your day with the easiest thing
- Kids don’t fail; schools fail kids: Sir Ken Robinson
- Kindergarten in the wild
- How to ratchet down resentment and double your delight
- How to build a hands-on homeschool
When asked what curriculum I’d recommend for someone just getting started with homeschooling, I often mention Oak Meadow!
In our early homeschooling years OM gave a lovely blueprint to our days, offering both gentle structure & flexibility. Their creative, holistic curricula goes from PreK-12th, w/ an optional accredited distance school to join.
What better way to get kids interested in the STEM fields than with hands-on experiments? (Homemade chocolate anyone?!!)
Home Science Tools has everything you need, all in organized kits! From tech to physics to even forensic science, they’ve got you covered.
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