CHILD LEARNER , ELEMENTARY , FALL , GRADESCHOOL , HOMESCHOOLING , PRESCHOOL , SPRING , SUMMER , WINTER
Kids are curious and observant by nature, and they'll eventually wonder why it doesn't snow in the summer or why it's warm only part of the year. It's important for parents to teach your kids about seasons.
History happens to be my favorite subject, and I love to find new homeschool history curriculums to use to teach my kids. Just like other subjects, you can find many different history curriculums!
Having a nonacademic summer can cause students to digress two to three months in their skills. That means the teacher has to spend weeks reviewing and catching students up to start new material.
Springtime is a great time to teach your little kids about caterpillars. You can make the activities more advanced for older kids. Everyone loves caterpillars and butterflies! Here are a few ways to start learning about caterpillars.
Earth Day is a day to celebrate the health and future of our planet. We should celebrate nature and talk about how we all can do our part to make this a sustainable place to live.
Spring is one of my favorite learning times, as the world comes alive again. Flowers bloom, trees develop leaves, and birds start to sing more. It's a great time to teach your kids about trees and their life cycle.
Homeschooling is the fastest growing educator sector in the United States. As more parents find themselves displeased with the local school districts, more are turning to homeschool, and that might include you!
As spring approaches, you might be interested in some spring learning themes, and one of our favorite spring learning is about bees. Most kids have a healthy respect for bees because they know that they can sting them.