Some education resources are obvious, some are under utilized by homeschoolers, and some just don’t make the average homeschooler’s radar.
6. Scholastic Warehouse Sale
Every December and May Scholastic has a warehouse sale for Book Fair volunteers, school employees, and teachers–that includes homeschoolers. Everything is discounted up to 80% and there will be thousands of items less than a dollar. Continue reading
Some education resources are obvious, some are under-utilized by homeschoolers, and some just don’t make the average homeschooler’s radar. Continue reading
One of the few requirements for homeschooling in Texas is to have a curriculum that provides for a course of study in good citizenship. For high schoolers, this seems relatively clear since most public high school students take a one semester government class. However, there isn’t any such designated class for middle or elementary school. Continue reading
I took my son to Natural Bridge Caverns. And while the tour was pretty good, I was disappointed with the educational information available–gift shops or displays. I find I have this problem with a lot of “field trip” like places. It’s as if just by going to the place, you’re supposed to soak up all of the necessary information. Continue reading