Learning American History through the Life of Wyatt Earp Part 2 and more...


{Newsletter dated 5.25.2015}

Yikes! Where has the time gone? I am planning for my second homeschooler to graduate and I admit it, I have been over emotional lately. I am not normally like that but it's hard when you have life changing moments in your life and homeschooling.

Too Mr. Senior 2013 will be leaving us here in Ecuador to go to New York soon to start a new volunteer project in the states. 

Will I survive being on a different continent than he is on? A part of my heart will be left in the states when he moves, but he has had this goal for a long time and I am so over the top happy for him.

Homeschool has been a welcomed break to my day when things seem to happen so quickly in life.

We will keep on schooling through summer and started our next unit study, Learning American History through the Life of Wyatt Earp and I will be sharing a lapbook on this unit study.

I am still working on my glam it up  package for the 7 Step Homeschool Planner but will be making my planner soon.

I hope you enjoy this round up posts this week as ideas about homeschool co-ops and homeschooling a socially awkward child changed my life.

Hugs and you know I love ya,

Learning American History through the Life of Wyatt Earp Part 2

Continuing on with our hands-on history as we are learning American history through the life of Wyatt Earp, we did one more easy peazy activity for our unit study opening. American History through the Life of Wyatt Earp We made soap. Now I would have loved to have made one of these cutesy, full of […]
          

Should You Switch to a 4-Day Homeschool Schedule?

Switching to a 4-day homeschool schedule for a majority of my journey is not only one of the best homeschooling tips I can share, but it saved my sanity when many things about home and school collided. Addressing some of your concerns first and then sharing the numerous reasons why the advantages of homeschooling a […]
          

Why Most Homeschool Curriculum Tips Are Useless

Choosing homeschool curriculum can be one of the most thrilling things about homeschooling and at the same time be nerve-racking. Getting ready to graduate my second homeschooler and using completely different curriculum with him than I did with Mr. Senior 2013, I have come to appreciate why most homeschool curriculum tips are useless.Don’t get me […]
          

20 Free Ancient Civilization History Coloring Pages

Today, I have 20 free ancient civilization history coloring pages that match up to my units here on my blog. Because these coloring pages can be used so many ways, I want to be sure you get this first round that I have been hoarding keeping. Ancient Civilization History Sometimes the boys want to create […]
          

Relax! How to Easily Add Art and Music to Your Homeschool Day

With the growing list of homeschool subjects that comes with each grade, it is easy to run out of homeschool day before you do subjects. One secret tip to easily add art and music to your day is to not schedule them. As fixated as I am on schedules, I am equally fixated with homeschooling […]
          

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