In Texas, high school students may enroll in classes that offer high school credit as well as college credit under the Dual Credit Program. Dual credit classes meet college standards and are usually considered honors or Advanced Placement (AP) high school classes. Continue reading
As a homeschooler, what do you have your kids do for PE? You could design fitness curriculum that includes exercises and an introduction to various sports. Or maybe you include some form of physical fitness as part of your planned unit studies. Or more likely, your kids join a local basketball team or take a class at the YMCA. And in doing so, you don’t worry too much about justifying it as fulfilling a PE requirement—it’s pretty obvious isn’t it? Continue reading
The following is a list of curriculum, courses, and other resources to teach high school level American History. I’ve included as many free resources as I can. If I’ve missed anything, let me know. Continue reading
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