Summer Learning Activities
There are many reasons families choose to homeschool. Here are a few of ours.
For the child working on reading skills, practicing with readers theater scripts is a great addition to your regular lessons. If the word “theater” makes you a little nervous, don’t be. It’s an easy and fun exercise for all! Readers theater involves taking a piece of literature, adapting it into a script, and then reading it aloud. Each part in the script is assigned
Identifying trees is a fun activity for the whole family as you find out just what’s growing out there!
A family newsletter is a great way to practice reading and writing skills in your homeschool — and a great way to record memories!
Worried about having socialized children when you homeschool? You don’t need to! There are so many opportunities available for Socializing when Homeschooling!
Need ideas to keep your younger students busy so the older ones can finish their work? Here’s a fun way to add a variety of activities into their day.
The Story of the World series is a great resource for homeschoolers looking for a history curriculum.
Journaling is a great exercise to get your students thinking, creating, writing — no matter how old they are!
If life keeps you on the move, don’t worry; you’re children can still get their lessons done.