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Homeschooling Chronicles - How to Start Homeschooling
It can be overwhelming when you start homeschooling. These are just a few ideas to get a person started on that journey.
Helping Homeschoolers Be College-Ready
Advice on essential skills for college from a homeschooled, public school teacher.
Homeschooling Chronicles - Sibling Bonding
When siblings homeschool together, the bonding really begins.
Helping Homeschoolers: Rigorous and Relevant Writing
Maximize the strengths of the homeschooling relationship to improve the quality and focus of your child's writing.
Homeschooling Chronicles - Putting Together a Co-op
Co-ops are a great way to bring homeschoolers to learn together in a group.
Getting Ready for Kindergarten, Homeschool-Style!
Experience learning alongside your child as you begin your homeschooling journey.
Caveats in Choosing a Homeschool Curriculum
Identifying your child's learning style is key to choosing the right homeschooling curriculum.
Homeschooling Chronicles - Snow Days
A homeschooling family can take advantage of snow days for both fun and educational opportunities.
Literature Study Guide: Slaughterhouse-Five
Equipped with all the necessary components of a literary response, including a summary page, vocabulary list, a space for questions and answers, a story flow chart, and a character map, this resource is a superior way for students to complete a book report. Two additional pages provide 10 response-to-literature questions and 10 extension activities. This format will work for any book, not just Kurt Vonnegut's Slaughterhouse-Five. It is also not restricted to homeschool use.
Homeschooling Chronicles - Can You Do Without Tests?
I have discovered that testing does have a place in homeschooling after all.
Helping Homeschoolers: Reading Critically and Analytically
Strategies for creatively monitoring reading to gauge comprehension and stimulate analysis without taking the joy out of reading.
Homeschooling through the Holidays
Use your unique flexibility to help your family explore the holiday traditions of various cultures.
Grade 1, Week 6 Homeschool Spelling Guide
In this spelling instructional activity, students learn the words in a ten word spelling list. Students complete varied activities on 7 pages that pertain to these words. This is geared to homeschooling.
Reading Study Guide: I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
Meant for use with Maya Angelou's first autobiographical volume I Know Why the Caged Bird Sings, the materials here are designed for a homeschool setting, but they'd suit any classroom or text. Graphic organizers, chapter summary guides, vocabulary practice, response to literature ideas, writing prompts, a plot flow chart, character map, and reading schedules are provided.
Literature Study Guides: Tale of Two Cities
For homeschool or the classroom: graphic organizers, response to literature activities, writing prompts, study guides, a reading schedule, plot flow chart, and character map relevant to any reading task. Resource is designated for Dickens' Tale of Two Cities, but these materials would work for any literary text. It has links to the book, author information, and curriculum guides.
Literature Study Guide - Macbeth
If your students "dwindle, peak, and pine" over Shakespeare, use this literature study guide as a format for their book report or novel project on Macbeth. Complete with a plot chart, character map, and literary response activities, this assignment is a great way to stay connected with the play. The lesson is not specific to the novel (except for a few links), and can be used with any book or story. Also, it would work in any class setting, not just homeschool.
Literature Study Guide - The Hobbit
With several online resources for J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit, as well as many reading and literary analysis activities, this novel study guide is a great way to keep your young readers organized during a book report. The guide includes a reading schedule, a plot and character map, and multiple pages of reading comprehension activities. The lesson is designed for homeschool, but would be fine in any class setting.
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Guide your class through Upton Sinclair's The Jungle with this reading activity. A reading schedule, literature question page, and supplementary list of literary activities makes this book report form a great addition to your junior high or high school class. The activity would work in any class setting, not just homeschool.
Literature Study Guide - Moby Dick
Complete with a reading schedule, literature question page, and supplementary list of literary activities, this book report form on Moby Dick would be an good resource for your junior high or high school class. The guide includes resources for online reading. The rest of the lesson is not specific to the novel, and can be used with any book or story. Also, the activity would work in any class setting, not just homeschool.
Literature Study Guide - Cyrano De Bergerac
With a reading schedule, literature question page, and supplementary list of literary activities, this book report form would be an excellent addition to your junior high or high school class. The activities in the lesson lend well to class assignments or an individual report, depending on skill level. The lesson is designed for homeschool, but would be fine in any class setting. Though it mentions Cyrano De Bergerac, the format is not novel-specific.