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Change to Next Year’s Lesson Plans

Note to self:  When doing next year’s lesson plans, instead of writing all subjects out on a weekly sheet, make the plans for each subject on their own separate pages. I am getting really tired of page flipping because I’m … Continue reading

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Homeschool Record-keeping

Depending on which state you live in, the requirements for record keeping for homeschooling differ. Even if your state doesn’t require records, it is a good idea, in my opinion, to keep some records and some examples of your students’ … Continue reading

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The Best Laid Plans . . .

I have my book of lesson plans that I refer to daily to see what I thought we would do each day. We have only had three full days of school and already I am glad I am so flexible. … Continue reading

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Update on Fall Planning

Just an update on how lesson planning is going for the fall. I’ve picked my curriculum. I’ve received almost everything we are going to use. Here is how the actual planning is going: Math – Easy & done. I just … Continue reading

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Planning Next Year and Interruptions

I’ve started planning my lessons for next fall. So far, I have been able to fit 42 chapters of Story of the World I into 33 weeks. I made sure to include some slop for extra reading and activities, but … Continue reading

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Curriculum / Lesson Plans

One of the things I have on my to-do list for the summer is to develop next school year’s lesson plans. In my two years of homeschooling, I have not yet had a master lesson plan made up in advance. However, #2 … Continue reading

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