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Homeschool lesson

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Ten Important Life Skills to Add to Your Homeschool - Aberle Home

You won't regret adding these ten important life skills to your homeschool before your kids leave the nest to start a life of their own. They will thank you later!

Homeschool crate system to organize a whole year of curriculum for each child.

We decided to try using a homeschool crate system to organize our entire year of curriculum. The draw for me to try this was that it's beautifully organized, easy to track which week of the school year we are in, and everything is ready to go for the whole year. This crate system took me

Best List of Free Homeschool Curriculum

A huge list of free homeschool curriculum avaliable for your family to use. Find out what free homeschool resources are available for your family.

A Year of Free and Fascinating Unit Studies

The sound of unit studies may seem like a daunting task, but it's not! With a little help, here is a year filled with wonderful ideas on free unit studies that kids will love and busy moms enjoy.

How to Know What A Homeschooled Child Should Learn Yearly?

Paramount to maintaining sanity is having a guideline or idea of what to teach in each homeschool grade. You’ll love the tips shared by a veteran homeschool mom with 25+ years.

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Simple Homeschool Lesson Planning Tips - Look! We're Learning!
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Take the stress out of homeschool lesson planning with these tips that make it easier!
Rocks, what kid doesn't love rocks? But how exactly are they made? In this STEAM/ STEM lesson for kids Isaac covers the three different types of rocks (metamorphic, sedimentary, and igneous) and the science of how they become rocks. This is perfect for kids in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th, and 5th grade. It can also be used as a homeschool lesson.