Tag: curriculum

Build Character with Your Homeschool High School Curriculum

Don’t waste the adolescent years with mindless learning: build character with your homeschool high school curriculum. Build Character with Your Homeschool High School Curriculum Do you remember when you were young, reading a book that truly had an impact on your life? A book so moving that it helped shape your character? Can you imagine…

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Planning Homeschool High School Courses for Average Teens 7SistersHomeschool.com

Planning Homeschool High School Courses for Average Teens

What if your teen isn’t Einstein? How do you plan homeschool high school courses for average teens?   Homeschool High School Courses for Average Teens   Homeschooling high school is awesome! One of the best things about homeschooling is tailoring the learning experience to your teen’s: interests abilities goals The average teen is not going…

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Best Ever Homeschool High School Writing Project: Myth-Fantasy Short Story

It’s the best ever homeschool high school writing project: Myth-Fantasy Short Story! Best Ever Homeschool High School Writing Project: Myth-Fantasy Short Story My homeschool high schoolers couldn’t wait until 11th grade. That’s when we always did the *Best Ever Homeschool High School Writing Project: Myth-Fantasy Short Story*! If your family loves The Hobbit, The Chronicles of…

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Homeschool Essay Curriculum for ANY Kind of Writer

Essay writing is an essential skill for homeschoolers these days- for high school students and even for those in middle school. Homeschool Essay Curriculum Too many students are either bored or intimidated by the challenge of writing essays. Those who are intimidated need a homeschool essay curriculum that will explain the process clearly and in…

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3 Features that give Homeschool Transcripts SPARKLE Appeal 7SistersHomeschool.com

3 Features That Give Homeschool Transcripts Sparkle Appeal

Homeschool transcripts. As upperclassmen advisor, I get LOTS of questions about the kinds of homeschool transcripts that are college or employer attractive. I tell folks that college admission officers (and sometimes employers) are looking for transcripts that aren’t the “barely-got-the-required-credits-done” style. They are looking for transcripts that have sparkle-appeal (I’ve heard some officers call it “pop”). That…

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