Hello friends! It’s such an exciting time of year. Either you are finishing up your school year or you’re a year round homeschooler and it’s a great time for a “let me get my thoughts together” break. That’s what I’m hoping to do this year. I’m hoping to school through the summer but with a lighter load and more focused […]
Math Mammoth is a company that offers complete math curriculum. Offered as downloads or printed books (your choice). Math Mammoth also offers supplemental material as well and that is what we will be talking about today, the “BLUE SERIES”. I hadn’t seen alot of reviews on the blue series at Math Mammoth. When when you visit their website honestly its […]
Hello again! I’m excited to share this third grade curriculum year end review. Third grade brought a lot of change and new things. Third grade brought new unexplored challenges and proved and quite exciting! I very much enjoyed teaching and learning alongside my third grader this year. This was the first year my daughter’s main focus was not on learning […]
All About Spelling and All About Reading can seem redundant to use together. So I sat down and wrote out the main difference and benefits we have experienced using both programs together. A great list to help you decide if All About Spelling is worth it for your family.
More Multisensory Practice All About Reading’s Multisensory approach is one of the amazing components of the program. But as we all know some of our students need a little more. So Lets get into some useful All About Reading Tips. Multisensory is exactly what it sounds like, using all your senses. The tiles are a great component and worked wonderfully […]
Get to Know the Law In all 50 states, you are allowed to switch to homeschooling mid-year. The main thing you need to know in order to start homeschooling is your state’s laws. The first thing you need to do is find out how to properly withdraw your child so that you are not breaking any laws and no one […]
Geography knowledge is so valuable but it often gets put on the back burner. In this post I tell you how to make everyday moments intentional so you can teach geography to your kids without a geography curriculum. My children are learning so can yours.
Description On one site they describe Saxon math as a “user-friendly” math program – even for Algebra, Trigonometry, Calculus and other usually difficult math topics. “Learning is incremental and each new concept is continuously reviewed. Levels 1-3 are pretty similar in there format so for the sake of consistency Ill be focusing on mostly level 1. The lessons start slow […]