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Homeschool elementary

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Homeschooling... Where Do I Start? | How To Start Homeschooling

I was asking this question 4 years ago, so I'm writing the post I wish I'd had. 🥰A little background: Our family began officially homeschooling when our oldest son was entering kindergarten. I wasn't homeschooled and only knew a few homeschooling families, so I had a lot of questions (and trepidation) about choosing a curriculum.Here's what I've learned along the way:+ An open-and-go, boxed curriculum can be very helpful for your first year. We used Sonlight (with no regrets!) and I have…

Free State Unit Studies for All 50 States

Take a trip with your homeschool students grades 3-8, and notebook across the USA with these states unit studies. There's a FREE unit study for all 50 states.

Done by Noon: A Look at Our Typical Homeschool Day

Curious what a typical homeschool day looks like? It varies for each family, but here's a peek into my day homeschooling a preschooler and a 5th grader.

Our Relaxed Kindergarten Homeschool Schedule & Curriculum - Blue and Hazel

When I was creating our kindergarten homeschool schedule and gathering ideas for curriculum, many moms said, "Don't fret. Work on reading and math and let them play!" While that's great advice, I wanted some specifics, which is what I'm going to share with you. You probably have questions like what a typical day might look

Easy Fall Unit Studies for Homeschoolers

This collection of ideas for fall-themed unit studies for homeschoolers will help homeschool moms plan their days and make the kids' schooling more fun.

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How our homeschool family learned beginning sounds in one month with play! Fun activities to use to teach your preschool or kindergarten student how to start reading.