First you learn the information.
And then you can choose to play a few games or work on your spelling of the terms. Then it is test time.
There are too many subjects to list them all but here are a few:
Make sure and check out all the titles at Quizlet. I am looking forward to using this site to reinforce the facts of our studies and I suspect that others will find it very useful, too.
Now on to the blog hop...
This weekly blog hop is for all posts of you living life as a home school family, or if you are suffering from writer's block choose one of the writing prompts and link up those posts, too.
Writing Prompts - March 16
1. Home School Fill-In - Fill in the blanks, add a picture and post it.
Some days I_________.
I adore ________ but________.
Home schooling ___________ and _____________.
If I could change one thing__________.
2. What went well? - Look back over the week and share what was a real success. Did a child score well on a test? Did a new curriculum or approach reach the desired results? It is good to take a moment and look back to review. Many times we forget that we have made progress.
3. Schedule - Did you change anything up and find it was a success? Did you implement a whole new schedule? Are you thinking that you need to? If so share your ideas in a post, or share your problems and ask for help.
4. Finish any or all of these questions: This week I am happy to homeschool because..., I am reading..., This weekend I/we are..., For St. Patrick's Day we are celebrating by..., For our Easter meal I always or will cook...
Savannah McQueen is the author of Hammock Tracks which includes Savannah's Savory Bites - dedicated to recipes and cooking with simple ingredients, Hammock Track Tales - a photographic journal of our life on the hammock, and Hammock Home School - includes editorials, book reviews, and educational link posts. You can follow Savannah on Twitter and Facebook.