Great Homeschooling Links: May 7, 2010

Creating a Homeschool Portfolio – Busy Lil Homemaker
Getting your end-of-year homeschool portfolio together?  This post gives some great ideas for how to get started!

Instilling A Spirit of Generosity in our Children – Simple Homeschool
These ideas can help you cultivate a spirit of giving within your kids!

Homeschooling Priorities – Raising Olives
Have you defined your own homeschooling priorities?

Oil Spill Experiment – Kitchen Pantry Scientist
With the recent oil spill off the coast of Louisiana, this experiment helps teach science AND current events!

Sunflower Crafts Galore – Mama Jenn
With the sunny days of summer just around the corner, these crafts are perfect for the season!

Forever Fidgeting – Heart of the Matter Online
Have an antsy student?  This post sheds some light on your constantly moving kiddos!

Mother’s Day Gifts for Kids to Make – The Crafty Crow
Here are some fun and creative Mother’s Day crafts!  Drop some hints and maybe you’ll get one of these on your special day!

Traveling Tanzania – Homeschool Creations
Go globe-trotting with your children…all the way to East Africa!

Top Picks for Fifth & Sixth Grades – Weird Unsocialized Homeschoolers
Looking for some curriculum ideas for next year to use with your older elementary kids?  Look no further!

Kids and Cash – Chocolate on my Cranium
How do you handle teaching your children how to use money responsibly?

Monthly Blank Calendars (Printable) – Home Grown Hearts
Great calendar printables to use to teach months, days of week, schedules and more!

Pre-K “A to Z” Review – Confessions of a Homeschooler
Wonderful printables and ideas for how to review the alphabet with your pre-k/k level students!

When not reading other blogs and gaining from the wisdom of other homeschooling moms, Holly writes about their adventures at Dressel Academy and about her weight loss journey at Making Over Me.

Comments

  1. says

    Thanks for adding a link to my blog. My goal is to make science easy and fun, so kids won’t be afraid of it as they get older. I also try to design my experiments so you can do them with things you already have around the house. As a mom of three, I know what a pain an extra trip to the store can be.

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