Are you looking for ideas for your son’s academic learning?
Here are a few posts that you might like:
Our Curriculum: Have you looked through the curriculum that I use?
A “Normal Day” in my home: Would you like to see a typical school day in my house?
- Homeschooling Year Round: Our family schools through the summer. Would you like to know why….and how?
- Organizing Schoolwork with a Checklist: Are you interested in seeing my sons’ schoolwork checklists?
- Price Checking Curriculum: I make a price sheet before I purchase curriculum. I always know whether I am getting a good deal at a used sale or online.
- Prevent Summer Learning Loss: I developed a simple plan to prevent summer learning loss in one hour a day.
- M&M Jeopardy Review Game: I created a Jeopardy game that uses M&M’s to review previously taught concepts.
- Math Drill: Do you need ideas for drilling math facts?
- War Card Game: Are you looking for a fun math break? Check out this traditional card game…made educational!
- Math Practice with a Soccer Ball: I use a soccer ball to practice math facts. One ball can drill all three boys at three different levels….at the same time!
Walking on the Moon: Here are resources for learning about the first moon landing.
American History Review: We are finishing up our study of American History. Before we move to Ancient History, I will use these resources to review America’s roots one more time.
Antarctica: We did a mini-study on Antarctica.
Chemistry: Teaching beginning Chemistry? Here is a file folder game about the periodic table!
- Reading Review Box: Would you like to learn how to make a reading review box for reviewing sight words and vocabulary words?
- Favorite Read-alouds: Are you looking for family read-alouds? Here is my list of our top ten favorite read-alouds.
- Playdough and Comprehension: A friend of mine told me how to use playdough to increase a child’s reading comprehension during read-alouds.
- Where the Red Fern Grows: I discussed on of our favorite read-alouds: Where the Red Fern Grows.
Spelling, Writing, and Grammar:
- Spelling and Shaving Cream: Check out how I use shaving cream to practice our spelling words. Great for any age!
- Free Spelling E-book: I wrote an ebook “Teaching Boys to Practice Spelling-50 Hands-On Activities to Practice Spelling“. It is free to anyone who subscribes to my site!
Our Favorite Storybible: Are you incorporating the Bible into your school day? Here is my favorite storybible.
- Homeschooling Kindergarten: A Quick-start Guide: A friend of mine wanted advice on homeschooling kindergarten. Read through my curriculum choices and my words of advice.
- Learning with Shaving Cream: Shaving cream can be used for teaching shapes, letters, numbers, and more! I
- Reading three-letter words: I teach beginning reading with magnetic letters.
- Number Recognition: The card game “War” can be used to teach number recognition.
- Simple Coloring Book: I was looking for a simple coloring book for my kindergartener. Check out why I like the ones by Eric Carle.
- Scissor Skills Practice: I found some great cutting pages for my little guy. Even better….they are free!
- What is Classical Conversations? Are you interested in learning more about Classical Conversations?
- Memory Master Testing: Is your child testing for Memory Master? Check out my Memory Master Study Basket.
- Is memory work boring? Are you looking for ways to make it exciting? In my house, memorizing is fun and easy! After you read that, check out Memorization Made Fun and Easy: Part 2.
Happy browsing, friend!