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  1. What's Next??

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    Dee
    , 03-06-2012 at 07:57 AM (Homeschool Online Blog)
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    My 8th grader announced to me that he has finished the Language Arts section of the online curriculum we use. This curriculum only goes through the 8th grade, so I guess it's high time I start considering what to do with him beyond this point. Nothing like procrastination, right?

    I had considered using our state's free online school option and we may still go with that. In addition, I would like to begin priming him to move forward in the trade ...
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  2. A Plan a Day Keeps Disaster Away!

    by , 02-15-2012 at 05:04 AM (Homeschool Online Blog)
    A Plan A Day Keeps Disaster Away!
    by Jamie

    Using a lesson plan isn’t a tool reserved only for teachers! In fact, almost every successful person I have met has used “planning” to keep themselves on track. If successful people use it, shouldn’t homeschoolers? Sure, we should, but how? Most of us aren't trained teachers... so here are a few tips for writing great homeschool plans.
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  3. Everybody's Doing It... just in different ways!

    by , 02-08-2012 at 05:11 AM (Homeschool Online Blog)
    Everybody's Doing It... just in different ways!
    by Jamie


    The winter has set in, and sometimes with it - -we get stuck in a rut. A great way to keep from spinning our wheels is to stay on task with productive planning. Every teacher – and that means homeschool parents – is successful because of successful planning.

    Everybody’s Doing it… in different ways… ...
  4. Pique their Interest in Science with These 3 Tips!

    by , 01-25-2012 at 06:46 AM (Homeschool Online Blog)
    Pique Their Interest in Science With These 3 Tips!
    by jamie

    "Good science education is always discovered and never force fed." Bryce Hixson

    Look back a few years... how would you say that your science education was accomplished? Fact based... discovery based...lecture based... If science education is based on fact learning alone it is nearly impossible to ...
  5. I'm not Scared... are YOU?

    by , 01-18-2012 at 08:48 AM (Homeschool Online Blog)
    I'm not scared... are you?

    by Jamie


    Homeschooling is a massive undertaking involving a hugeamount of responsibility…some homeschoolers are even required to submit evidence of their child's learning to the state... are "ya skeered" yet? Don’t be! More and more parents are turning to this alternative method of education each year. The responsibility,requirements, and ...
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