Repeated experience writing and editing your writing is the best way to improve your skill. And that requires no fancy curriculum or textbooks --just time to write.
A study of Pilgrim's Progress is a great choice for a homeschool unit study, literature study, or even Bible study. Here are ideas and resources for customizing your own Pilgrim's Progress study.
Ideas for teaching children with Down syndrome at home.
Teaching the concept of more and less to preschool, kindergarten, and special needs students.
What better way to learn about the United States of America than to create a notebook filled with facts about each state? Here you will find printables, books, ideas, and supplementary activities.
The Charlotte Mason style of studying composers is an easy & inexpensive way to expose children to the masters of music so that they grow up appreciating classical music and knowing a bit about it.
Are you interested in making your own catapults? Want to learn more about catapults or plan a unit study on the topic? Lots of photos, information, and directions!
Lesson plan ideas, videos and worksheets for teaching Jack and the Beanstalk.
Are you using Konos or curious about what hands-on unit studies look like in real life? Here are my pictures & lessons that describe our adventures as we roll up our sleeves and have F-U-N while learning! I have divided...
Poetry notebooks can contain copied poems, composed poems, illustrations for poems, analysis of poetry, and biographies of poets. And any age student can keep a poetry notebook.