Saturday, January 31, 2009

Daily Homeschool Activities & Homeschool Lessons

Sometimes it's challenging to come up with enough ideas to fill a week's worth of homeschooling. That's why we provide FREE Homeschool Activities for you, right here: www.EverythingHomeschooling.com.

You'll always have lots of educational ideas that kids love to learn about, along with fun hands-on projects.

Check out these topics today and do the hands-on activities provided:

  • Green Living & the Environment
  • Mayans, Aztecs, & Incas
  • Snow & Snowflakes
  • Paper Structures & Towers
  • Colors & Rainbows
  • Electricity & Electrifying Facts
  • Medieval Castles & Villages
  • Story Writing
  • Geometric Shapes in Nature
  • Life on the Rails & Trains
  • Bats, Bats, & More Bats
  • Spiders & Spider Webs
  • Squirrels & Owls
  • And many more topics added all the time!

Plus, there's Weekly Lesson Plans for all subjects: Language Arts, Social Studies, Math, Science, Life Skills, Arts, Music, & Computer Skills.

Don't miss out! Visit us today!

Happy Homeschooling!

Sunday, January 18, 2009

Free Homeschool Books

Good News! We have FREE BOOKS available for giving away!

Starting this January, 2009, Subscribers will be eligible for our Free Book Giveaways every 2 weeks!

You can see some of the books we're currently giving away, by going to www.EverythingHomeschooling.com, then clicking on the "Win Free Books" link.

Books include The Wind in the Willows, Read-Aloud Stories, and Tales from Shakespeare! We also have Robin Hood, 101 Great American Poems, The Swiss Family Robinson, Black Beauty, Favorite Fairy Tales, Anne of Green Gables, The Jungle Book, The Red Badge of Courage, and many more!

Free Bookmarks are included with each book, too!

All Subscribers -- current and new -- are eligible for the Free Book Giveaway!

Check it out today at www.EverythingHomeschooling.com!

Enjoy our easy-to-use Homeschool Curriculum, Weekly Homeschool Lessons, Daily Homeschool Activities, and Hands-On Homeschool Projects, too!

Happy Homeschooling!

Friday, January 9, 2009

Homeschool Curriculum & Homeschool Lessons

Do you provide a Homeschool Curriculum?

This is one of the questions we're often asked at Everything Homeschooling.

Yes, we do!

However, different people have different concepts of what a curriculum is. By definition, a curriculum is "a course of study" or "a set of courses."

The Weekly Homeschool Lessons and Homeschool Activities at www.EverythingHomeschooling.com follow, or complement, the "Typical Course of Study" that most educational institutes follow across the nation.

Yet, even those educational curriculums will vary, depending on the regions or districts where the curriculum is being used.

What one probably means when asking if Everything Homeschooling provides a curriculum is: Do we provide a "packaged curriculum"?

A "packaged curriculum" is not the best educational resource for homeschooling your children.

Why not? Because every child is unique, every child has his or her own learning styles, and every child learns at his or her own pace. A "packaged curriculum," on the other hand, is not designed specifically for your individual child's learning style, pace, or interests.

At www.EverythingHomeschooling.com, we help YOU help your children learn, by providing Weekly Homeschool Lessons and Homeschool Activities that interest YOUR CHILDREN. Plus, this Homeschool Curriculum can be adapted to YOUR CHILD's individual learning styles and abilities, at any time.

The best Homeschool Curriculum is the one that captures your children's interests, keeps them wanting to learn more, and helps them retain what they've learned. This occurs when the homeschool lessons are fun, interesting, and hands-on. And also because the homeschool curriculum is adaptable, flexible, and varied -- to work for YOUR child!

This is the type of homeschool curriculum we offer at www.EverythingHomeschooling.com. It's easy to use, very affordable, and, above all, it helps to make your homeschool successful, interesting, and enjoyable, as well as educational for your child.

Happy homeschooling!