Finishing Strong ~ Homeschooling the Middle & High School Years 3/19/14

Thank you for another great week!

We are amazed at all the wonderful information being shared about homeschooling older kids. It’s nice to know we aren’t alone on this journey.

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Your favorite post from last week:

The most clicked post was Not Finishing the School Year from Annie Kate at Tea Time with Annie Kate. She shared some encouraging words for moms who ever realized that they weren’t going to finish the school year in the way they had planned.

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Our favorites from last week:

Heather from Blog She Wrote chose Homeschool Science Pinterest Boards from Marci at The Homeschool Scientist.

She said, “As a science educator, I have a special place in my heart for all things science. Marci shares some fantastic science instruction along with middle and high school science boards.” Follow along!

Homeschool Science Pinterest Boards

Heather also enjoyed Journey North Mystery Class by Sandra at School of Serendipity. She heard about this fun global game of hide-n-seek, but hasn’t tried it. You track seasonal changes in sunlight and explore other clues to find 10 secret sites around the world.

“I especially enjoyed how Serendipity explains how their process along with the detailed pictures of their data collection and extrapolation. Looks like this is a fun game to join,” says Heather.

Don’t forget to check out all of the co-hosts – Aspired LivingBlog She Wrote, Education PossibleEva VargaMilk and CookiesStarts at Eight, and Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus.

Tina from Tina’s Dynamic Homeschool Plus liked Planning the Logic Stage, Part 1 by fellow co-host Kyle at Aspired Living.

It reminded her it is not too early to start planning for next year. Have you started planning for next year’s curriculum yet?

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Because history is one of her very favorite subjects, Tina also enjoyed the Medieval Mini Presentation by Claire at Angelicscalliwags.

She felt, not only was it a great opportunity to show the benefits of homeschooling, but it is a great tool for reviewing what they have learned. “I hope Grandma and Grandpa were impressed,” she said.

Starting her presentation

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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 children. Pinterest is one of my favorite tools for finding fun, hands-on learning activities. Connect with me @Pinterest.
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