Unschooling, Worksheets, Unit Studies, Lesson Plans, Hands-On Activities? Continue reading, plus see links below!
In traditional schools, the second semester usually begins in January. That means the kids are now about halfway through the year.
Homeschoolers can follow a traditional school instructional calendar. Or you can follow your own educational plans and schedules. And, of course, you can add other topics, as well, such as Art, Music, Foreign Languages, Life Skills, etc.
The way you homeschool is totally up to you and your family, depending on what works best for your educational goals, your family values, your child’s best learning styles, and most workable homeschool schedule.
Now is a great time to reflect on the first semester of your homeschool, consider what went well, what worked best, and what could perhaps work better for the next few months of homeschooling.
If you’d like to focus on individual Lessons covering Math, Science, Language Arts, and Social Studies, we’ll include some links below to help you out.
If, alternatively, you’d like to try theme studies, unit studies, or unschooling activities, we’ll include some links for those.
Remember, also, to revisit our previous posts of Weekly Homeschool Lessons and Learning Activities, posted in August; 500+ Science Experiments and Hands-On Math Activities, also posted in August; Unschooling Activities and Reading Activities, posted in September; Language Arts, Social Studies, Math, and Science Activities, posted in October; Crafting History, posted in November; and Winter Learning Activities, posted in December, along with many other educational ideas over the past months.
*** Here are some Links to Lessons covering Math, Science, Language Arts, and Social Studies:
1. Math Solutions, Grades K-8:
2. Math Goodies, Elementary to Pre-Algebra:
3. Math Worksheets:
4. Homeschool Math Worksheets:
5. 80 Science Activities:
6. Science Worksheets:
7. Language Arts Lesson Plans:
8. Language Arts Worksheets:
9. Social Studies Activities:
10. Social Studies Worksheets:
*** Here are some Links to Theme Studies, Unit Studies, or Unschooling Activities:
1. BookShark Unit Studies:
2. Discover Unit Studies:
3. Hess UnAcademy Unit Studies:
4. Crafty Classroom Unit Studies:
5. Unschooling and Hands-On Ideas:
6. Unschooling Ideas for Older Kids:
7. More Unschooling Ideas: