Learn what to teach when homeschooling eighth grade with this practical guide covering language arts, writing, reading, match, science, history, art and more.
Are you learning about weather? One weather element that can be a bit confusing is humidity. There are so many fun experiments and resources to discover on the concept. Here’s a Free Humidity Lesson Plan to try with your student!
While we all took math, science, writing, and reading courses as students, some of the exploratory areas are not as familiar to parents trying to give their children authentic homeschooling experiences. Here are some resources to help you learn how to teach subjects you know nothing about.
This unit study will help your child learn about the eight planets, understand the concept of gravity and the planets’ orbit around the sun. Packed with hands-on activities, these lesson plans are designed to keep children engaged throughout the study.
Spending time with teens to make math relevant to them now can help them build strong math competencies to achieve success later. So how can parents engage their teens in math-focused activities that both can enjoy? Here are tips to help you capture your teen’s interest and make math meaningful in many ways, through encouragement, entertainment and empowerment.