Finishing Strong – Homeschooling Middle & High School #111

Every Wednesday, Finishing Strong is the place where those of us who are homeschooling middle school or high school kids share our thoughts, concerns, and ideas with each other.

We co-host it with Heather from Blog She Wrote, Eva from EvaVarga, and Heidi from Starts at Eight.

Keep reading to find all kinds of things to help you homeschool your older students.

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If you want to interact with other moms who are homeschooling middle school and high school, check out our awesome Facebook group! We have over 850 families there who are homeschooling older kids.

It’s a wonderful place to connect, be heard, and get questions answered. Join us!

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4 Interesting Posts Shared with Us:

Finishing Strong - Homeschooling Middle & High School #111

1. Favorite Homeschool Middle School Posts from Starts At Eight

Homeschooling a middle schooler? Heidi shares some of her reader’s favorite posts that are all about middle school.

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2. How to Hold a Jane Austen Tea Party by angelicscalliwags

If you’re studying British Literature or are focusing only on Jane Austen, take the time to immerse your homeschooler in the lifestyle and time period you’re reading about by hosting your very own Jane Austen Tea Party. Claire shares many creative ideas to make your party fun and successful.
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3. One Easy Way Homeschool Moms Can Model Lifelong Learning by Sonlight

One thing I’ve said from the start of our homeschooling journey, is that over the years, if I could foster a love for learning in my children, then I would be extremely happy. It is up to us as moms and teachers to show our kids how important (and enjoyable) it is to consistently learn something new.

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4. Discover How to Work Yourself Out of a Job by Embark on the Journey

I strongly feel that our number one job as homeschooling parents is to teach our children how to be self sufficient adults. That means doing exactly what Tara talks about – working our way out of a job.

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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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Comments

  1. Thanks for featuring our Jane Austen study!

  2. Thanks for hosting! This is always my go to place for middle and high school inspiration!

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