February is the dull month of waiting for the cold to end, the flowers to bloom, and longing for sunny days. For us, winter really gets started in January, the short days and long evenings take a toll on our joie de vivre. When there isn’t snow to play in outside then we’re lounging through literature and history, pushing ourselves to finish math lessons, and dreaming of what the spring will bring.
Making inferences is known to be the steps in reasoning, taking facts, and coming to conclusions, or best described as reading between the lines. Whichever way you decide to define inference, it is a necessary skill to have through education and life. Our goal with this post is to show you why it’s imperative to begin early and how to apply it to your child’s homeschool lessons.
All About Spelling has become an integral tool in our homeschooling education. We tried many methods before finally taking the plunge, but is All About Spelling worth the cost for your family? We’re here to share how we came from a point of frustration to enjoying the process of spelling words and how All About Spelling takes the stress out of this essential language arts subject.
Goals are a destination. Every destination creates a path and needs direction. Goals are no different when it comes to your child’s education, which is why it’s good to list these goals, whether they are specific or a loose outline of what you want your child to achieve, you’ll be better equipped to stay on course through this brainstorming session.
Don’t forget to grab the Homeschool Goal Setting Workbook to guide you through these steps.
You’ve made the decision to homeschool, you’re staying home, maybe you have the curricula on order, and maybe you’ve set up a space. Now stop. Take some deep breaths and look at your child(ren) and smile. You are about to embark on a journey that will bring daily highs and lows filled with joy and frustration. It’s inevitable since learning is a trail that is made through the densest forests. I have seven things for you to consider before you begin.