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
An oral history project is a great way to get your student writing…and learning!
If your child is working on letter sounds or reading skills, take her on an alphabet scavenger hunt — a fun game for all ages!
Looking for community service opportunities? Visit your local nursing home. The experience will benefit both the residents — and your family!
If your child is working on sight words, here are some ways to make learning them more fun.
If your young reader is struggling with phonics, a new approach to reading may be just what he needs.
Every day can be a holiday! You can find a reason to celebrate every day of the year, though some may be a little stranger than others.
I have been teaching my son money management skills for many years by using his allowance as a guide. Everyone handles allowances differently, like when to start, how much to give, and whether allowance is payment for chores. Now that my son is 10 I see a great difference in how he perceives money. In our case, it may have helped we started when