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Weekend homeschool links:
- What exactly is deschooling, and do I need to do it?
- Why teens should understand their own brains
- The cactus method of homeschool planning
- 10 tips to motivate your child to read
- Stop telling me why you can’t homeschool high school
- 2 years ago on the blog: Essentialism for the highly sensitive homeschool mom
- A homeschool day in the life with twin 2-year-olds & a 3-, 10-, 12-, & 14-year old
Oak Meadow’s K-12 curriculum introduces subjects in a sequence that respects the developmental needs of children. In the early grades, students engage in active exploration of the world with wonder and curiosity.
In the middle grades, students explore human accomplishments and conflicts in the larger world, and in high school, students apply their knowledge to make a difference in their communities and world. Learn more here.
If I was just getting started as a homeschooler, I would definitely take a peek at Building Heroes Academy as a framework for our family’s curriculum.
I love that Molly pulls from the inspiring Leadership Education philosophy, and has adapted it for those of us who feel a little more secure if we have a jumping off point instead of having to create everything on our own. Watch her free video series here for more information.
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