Bloggers, you are encouraged to link up your best ideas, encouragement, and advice that’s appropriate for older kids being schooled at home.
Make sure you take some time to read the posts shared below. I know you will find them helpful!
Thank you for helping us to make Finishing Strong a key resource for families who are homeschooling through the middle & high school years.
Looking for fun and simple science activities for your middle school students?
Want to make sure your tweens/teens understand key science concepts before they enter high school?
Have kids who like to bust basic science myths and misconceptions?
Then you’ll definitely want to take a look at Susan’s post where she shares her family’s experience with the book, Air is Not Oxygen: Essential Science You Should Have Learned…But Probably Didn’t. Her boys had a great time working on the experiments that were included.
Are you homeschooling a high schooler or about to? Are you worried about the high school years? This week I shared about an upcoming online conference that is 100% focused on the high school years. If you answered yes to either of my questions, you’ll want to consider attending Embark.
Did you get a chance to read these great tips from some of our readers?
1. Learning with Other Families: Start a Middle School Book Club by Education Possible – This Week’s Reader Favorite
Are you looking for a way to introduce your children to great literature? The key for us was to join a book club. Over the years, my kids have read books that they wouldn’t have chosen themselves. Susan shows you exactly how you can start your own middle school book club.
2. 10 Fun Elective Ideas for Teens by Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers
Who didn’t love electives in high school? They were they only courses you truly got to choose for yourself. As homeschoolers, our kids have unlimited choices when it comes to high school electives. Kris shares 10 that are not only educational, but fun as well.
3. How to Memorize the Periodic Table and Learn Memorization Techniques by Annie and Everything
Ann shares her experience with the video course, Memorize the Periodic Table. This looks like a great tool for helping kids memorize the elements of the periodic table, but lots more too. Kids can easily use the memory techniques to remember anything they need.
4. 5 Ways to Create a Timeline Online by Loving Learning Freely
I love timelines. We’ve used them in our home school for years. They’re a wonderful way for kids to “see” history and understand how it all relates together. All of ours have been physical timelines, but I definitely want to check out the digital versions Beth wrote about. What a great idea!
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