I have been looking for a really good language arts curriculum for my daughter for a while now. I have wanted the curriculum itself to include handwriting, poetry, and of course grammar. Well I have been blessed with being able to review the curriculum I have been looking for: Eclectic Foundations Language Arts Level B by Eclectic Foundations. This particular level is for grades 1 – 2.
Sometimes we get so caught up in our curriculum that it is really nice to be able to take a break and read books that will inspire even more learning. I love it when my daughter is curious and I can do interest led learning. We recently had the chance to review Florida’s Treasure Coast ~ Here We Come! by By the Way Book Series. While reading this book it really inspired my daughter to want to learn more about things as well as look things up.
Did you know that if you have a minimum of two paid jobs in high school you are five times more likely to succeed in the future? I actually had no idea of this statistic until I went to the Yippe Conference. In this blog post I will share with you some of the suggestions as to how parents can help with the transition. I will be explaining how I am working on that transition. I thought this might be helpful to all.
Speak Up, Explore and Experience
Do you like to use unit studies with your kids? What about making things you can create while learning and making it a keepsake? My daughter is really enjoying learning about Ancient Greece. We received HISTORY Through the Ages Project Passport World History Study: Ancient Greece for our review, by Homeschool in the Woods. This can be used with students in grades 3 – 8. For this review I received the download.