This week is all about curriculum and planning for me. I may love deciding what I’m going to do for school more than actually doing it! I definitely love sharing these great finds with you.
Heart of the Matter Online has great advice for those of us who like to shop for curriculum without really considering all the important factors first.
A non-homeschooling friend sent me this great article about what people who learn many different languages use for language learning. I’m not sure if it would be appropriate for homeschoolers (because I haven’t tried them), but it’s definitely worth checking out.
There are lots of great ideas here and even more on the author’s Pinterest site. If you have more time in the summer for experiments (like I do), you might like to do several of these.
Free Homeschool Deals has assembled this amazing list of free resources for doing a butterfly unit this spring or summer. A study of butterflies is truly one of the most awe-inspiring I’ve done with my children.
No Agenda Homeschool has five great reasons to homeschool this summer — even if you keep a traditional school calendar like we do.
Speaking of summer, this is the perfect time to create your list of activities you want to be sure to do with your family. I love this adorable free printable and can’t wait to put my list together.
God bless your homeschool this week! If you enjoy this list, would you consider sharing it with others?