Is your family experiencing the homeschool blues
right now? If the excitement and novelty of the
new homeschool year has worn off, like it has in
our home, renew your family's homeschool spirit
with a new approach that will get you and your
children excited about learning again.
I know how challenging it can be to
engage children and keep a high level of
enthusiasm going. So when I start to notice my
children moping around and no longer excited
about learning, I find that switching things up
is a huge game changer. As homeschoolers, we
have the freedom to adjust our schedule at any
given moment, so what better time than the fall
to change up your daily routine?
Now that cooler weather has arrived,
we've decided to learn about things like the
moon, sun, planets, and other space related
topics. Not only do we get to spend time
outside, but we also get to focus on a theme
that most any child, young or old, will enjoy.
We've been learning what it's like to be an
astronaut, reading about the solar system, and
even getting our creative juices flowing by
writing a story.
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Change things up this year!
Was last year's curriculum a flop? It
happens. As children mature and develop,
sometimes they "grow out of" a program that once
worked. As students become more independent,
they need a curriculum that grows along with
them, at their pace. Time4Learning may be just
what you're looking for.
The comprehensive curriculum
offers tons of flexibility by allowing you to
adjust grade levels, giving your students the
opportunity to advance at their own pace.
Time4Learning covers all the major subjects like
math, language arts, science, and social
studies. You'll also get full access to detailed
lesson plans, automated grading and
record-keeping, and other helpful tools that
will save you time and keep you organized. For
me, these tools are so convenient. They keep me
in control, while also giving me more time to
spend with the boys learning and playing.
Remember, homeschooling is a fun
adventure for everyone in your family to enjoy.
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- Katie, homeschooling mom to two boys