We all have a lovely collection of homeschool books, lesson guides, manipulatives, and curricula that tend to grow rather fast. The idea to get some money out of your used goods is a wonderful way to be able to get more goods for the next grades coming upon us all sooner than we would all like.
Here is a shortlist of the best places to sell your preowned homeschool goods to help you cut some clutter (or bring in some more – your choice!).
You can easily grow your child’s inner creative personality by using simple techniques. Most children enjoy arts and crafts projects with natural enthusiasm, leaving your job to build their creativity a bit easy, but you should there are more ways to foster this ability. Homeschool children have the advantage of your guidance and the daily freedom to explore their favorite subjects and act on those at will.
Here we will walk through techniques you can use during homeschool lessons that help build creativity in your children.
Providing three meals and two snacks every day, in between teaching, cleaning, and trying to find a moment to your can be an overwhelming daily routine.
Let’s face it, sometimes we forget to plan, then when the kids scream, they’re STAARRRVVVING, your mind draws a blank, and you are left scrambling to get something on a plate.
I’m here to provide some tips for you to help you keep those plates easy to fill and your children’s tummies happy! Just keep these basics on hand and you’ll have less stress when the kids ask for food.
Many homeschoolers have the option to avoid the internet altogether by choice, whether it’s for safety concerns or due to worries about screen over consumption, it’s a good idea to restrict the internet with safety settings and time restraints. Homeschoolers also have the opportunity to educate through many online activities, like Khan Academy, Calico Spanish, and other endless online classes of all ages.
Also, as homeschool parents, we have the option to sit with our children to walk them through internet safety and to stay close to be sure they are talking to actual friends and family and not randomly clicking websites with vulgar content.
Yet, we also want to be able to step away and get chores accomplished and allow our children to have some space. They need to understand safety and rules about the internet, whether they are on a tablet or computer, at grandma’s house, or visiting their best friend and playing a gaming console.
Homeschooling resources have come a long way in the past five years, not only in the number of blogs available from other homeschoolers but books and curriculums have skyrocketed, giving everything, we need available from a simple online order. Yet with more items comes frustration with sifting through all the available merchandise and choosing what will work for our own families.
I’ve gathered a list of my top five favorite homeschooling books that give guidance, inspiration, and are worthy of your valuable shelf space.