Tag: homeschooling high school
Making Math Meaningful for Teens: Practical Homeschool Advice
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.
Free Printable Homeschool Planner Worksheet for High School
One of the most common struggles parents face when homeschooling high schoolers is helping them learn how to manage their time and priorities effectively. It’s a skill that will help them now and later in life.Teaching your child how to organize and manage his or her time is one of the most valuable skills you can teach. Not only will it help prepare them for college and work, but it will also give them a sense of security and control in knowing exactly what is expected each day.
It took a bit of trial and error but by the time my oldest daughter was in her “junior” year (I use the term loosely. I know you homeschool parents know what I mean, though), we finally found a system that worked for us. Based on what I created for my own children, I worked with a designer (because, no, I’m really not good at fancy graphic design) to make one for you and your high schooler.
Are you thinking about homeschooling your teenager? Wondering where to start or even if it’s possible to start homeschooling during the teen years? No worries! You can do it! Here’s a few helpful tips! 6 Tips for Homeschooling Teenagers Make sure that your child can still socialize. It doesn’t mean that if your child…
Dual-Credit Programs for Homeschoolers
A Guest Post by: Gail Kappenman Local technical and state colleges work independently of, and often in conjunction with, area high schools to provide dual-credit programs for juniors and seniors. The programs allow students to earn high school and college credits simultaneously, saving money and giving students the feel of real college classes. Homeschoolers are…