Elementary Homeschool

What is Waldorf Homeschooling?

16 April 3:19 am
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This is a volunteer contributor post by Kim. Waldorf style of education is based on the teachings of Rudolf Steiner. Steiner…

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Writing CAN Change the World!

12 April 3:18 am
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This post sponsored by Time4Writing.com Every year on April 22nd we celebrate Earth Day! This Spring holiday is all about…

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How to Homeschool Using Only the Library

10 April 3:54 am
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Volunteer Contributor post by Kimberly Smith The library is a wonderful resource for any homeschool parent.  I use my…

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8 Effective Principles for Teaching Elementary Math

8 April 3:09 am
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Just the thought of math can leave most of us with slick palms!  As homeschooling parents, how are we supposed to teach…

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Enter now to win the April Giveaway!

8 April 1:24 am
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It's that time again!! Our monthly giveaway is here and it's awesome! We are giving away 4... yes 4... VocabularySpellingCity…

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Writing Truth – Scripture Writing for April

4 April 10:45 am
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  Why use Scripture Writing? New to Scripture writing? It’s a great way to incorporate copy work into your homeschool,…

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4 Secrets of Productive Homeschool Moms

3 April 2:22 pm
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Every mom has times where she feels she just can’t cope with the lengthy list of tasks she’s planned for the day: paying…

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5 Flexible Ways to Use Multi-Subject Homeschool Resources

29 March 10:35 am
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This post has been sponsored by Classical Academic Press and Time4Learning.com We've all been there before - standing…

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Motivation Tips: Make Virtual Field Trips a Part of Your Home School!

27 March 3:23 am
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Posted By Volunteer Contributor Kimberly Smith When I think about a field trip, I think about touring a city with a guide…

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How to Build Skills and Confidence in Your Young Writer!

26 March 4:34 am
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Guest post by Melissa Webb It was my first year in middle school. My new 6th-grade history teacher was young, energetic,…

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