Today we’re highlighting the non-core subjects – electives.
Electives can be so much fun. They are not only needed for high school transcripts, but they are also a great way for older students to learn more about subjects that interest them. By going beyond math and language arts, teens can gain a lot of insight into their passions and may even get a glimpse into what they’d like their future to look like.
Do you write about homeschooling the older grades? Make sure to share your posts with us below.
Discovering Passions Through Electives
Video Making – Our Homemade Elective! by BJ’s Homeschool
7 Ways to Teach Logic on the Sly by Classically Homeschooling
Homeschool High School with Online Psychology Course: Get Inside Their Mind by Education Possible
Photography as a High School Elective by Starts at Eight
Helping Kids Explore Their Interests When You Don’t Have a Clue by Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers
Next week we’re going to feature another one of our co-hosts – Kyle from Aspired Living.
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