Teaching Science to “Non-Science” Students & Using an Appropriate Homeschool Science Curriculum
One of the things that many families enjoy about homeschooling is the flexibility it offers. Not only does it offer it with schedule, but also in the curriculum taught. There are many very gifted and passionate students who have been homeschooled. The classic “one size fits all” model often presented in public education just doesn’t fit. Many times a child while excelling in one area of studies may struggle with another. Maybe your child is not interested in science but you want them to, educate yourself about the right homeschool science curriculum! Finding the right homeschool science curriculum can make or break your child’s interest in topics that they might not naturally be interested in.
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It Wasn’t Easy But We Officially Have a Kindergarten Graduate
For those who follow my blog pretty closely, you will know we have a sweet little six-year-old. We had the privilege to be her foster parents from the time she was 19 months old until we became her official parents in February of 2017. It hasn’t always been an easy process but OH, SO REWARDING! You can read her story HERE.
Soon, the bell will ring one last time this school year. Your child will sign yearbooks, say goodbye to friends for the summer, and out the door they will go! Teachers will be both relieved they made it through one more school year, yet sad to see the children they have bonded with all year leave their classroom one last time.
Celebrate Music with Casio’s New CT-X700 Portable Keyboard
Music is such a vital part of life. It can affect our moods or bring back a flood of memories when “that song” comes on the radio or plays at the mall. In recognition of the importance music plays in our lives, March has been designated as “ Music in our school month.” This nationally recognized holiday helps promote the importance of music education among children and encourages them to get involved musically and develop their talents.