Finishing Strong – Homeschooling Middle & High School

Homeschooling tweens or teens?

Below you’ll find some amazing posts about homeschooling middle and high school kids as a part of our Finishing Strong link up.

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Every week we host it along with Blog She Wrote, EvaVarga, and Starts at Eight.

 


Encourage your teen to capture the beauty of fall with some of these fun art projects. 

Celebrate Fall with Art: Mixed Media Workshop @Education Possible

Celebrating Fall with Art: Mixed Media Workshop

DIY Luminary ~ A Frugal Autumn Craft

DIY Luminary ~ A Frugal Autumn Craft

Fall Chalk Art Projects to Share - Education Possible

Easy and Practical Fall Chalk Art Projects

 


Did you read these yet?

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1. 5 Powerful Historical Fiction Novels for Middle School Students by Education Possible

We’re still rolling along with our Reading Adventure and this month is all about historical fiction. Here are 5 books that your middle schooler will enjoy.

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2. 7 Honest Math Curriculum Reviews by The Sparrow’s Home

I’m always wondering whether my kids are learning all that they need to when it comes to math. Luckily, there’s plenty of math curriculum to choose from. I appreciated the pros and cons shared here for 7 common math programs.

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3. Learning High School Math with Life of Fred by Blog, She Wrote

A couple of months ago, we switched to Life of Fred for middle and high school math. Since we haven’t been using it very long, I’m curious to see how others feel about the program.

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4. Descriptive Essay Prompts for Middle Schoolers by Write Shop

Sometimes my kids get bored with the writing assignments that are a part of our language arts program. When that happens, I turn to prompts like these and let them choose something that interests them for their essay.

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Megan Zechman
I love homeschooling! Learning is a way of life for our family. Most days you will find us exploring our Central Florida community, having fun while learning. I am constantly looking for new and interactive ways to engage my older children.
Megan Zechman
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