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It can be overwhelming when you start homeschooling. These are just a few ideas to get a person started on that journey.
When siblings homeschool together, the bonding really begins.
Maximize the strengths of the homeschooling relationship to improve the quality and focus of your child's writing.
Identifying your child's learning style is key to choosing the right homeschooling curriculum.
Co-ops are a great way to bring homeschoolers to learn together in a group.
A homeschooling family can take advantage of snow days for both fun and educational opportunities.
Use your unique flexibility to help your family explore the holiday traditions of various cultures.
In this spelling worksheet, 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.
Strategies for creatively monitoring reading to gauge comprehension and stimulate analysis without taking the joy out of reading.
Develop speaking and listening skills through analysis, imitation, and technological assistance.
Students explore English and Social Studies while completing assignments from their home schooled environment. In this vocabulary lesson, students participate in creative writing activities to expand their vocabulary. Students create timelines regarding historical viewpoints.
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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.
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. 
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.
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.
Use this literature study guide on Homer's Iliad as a format for your book report or novel project. Complete with a plot chart, character map, and literary response activities, this assignment is a great way to keep middle schoolers connected with the text. Though designed for homeschool, the lesson would work well in any class setting.
Enter the fantastical world of J.R.R. Tolkien with this book report guide. Focusing on The Two Towers (though only the online reading resources are novel-specific), the guide includes resources for online reading, a reading schedule, and multiple pages of reading comprehension activities. The lesson is designed for homeschool, but would be fine in any class setting.
With several activities such as a reading schedule, literature question page, and supplementary list of literary projects, this novel activity would be an excellent addition to your junior high or high school class. Use the activities for any novel, as only the list of online resources is specific to Tolkien's Return of the King. Additionally, the lesson is designed for homeschool, but would be fine in any class setting.