Home Learning Choice Boards. To help with any teachers dealing with school closures or the possibility of home and distance learning, I've put together these Home Learning Choice Boards. I've curated the ideas into the following six Home Learning Choice Boards. I've also included a blank sheet that you could send home for families to write in their own ideas.
Three years ago if you would’ve told me I’d be here talking homeschool rooms - I would’ve had no clue what you were even talking about. Turns out there is a whole community of homeschool rooms and moms and I absolutely love it!
I was asking this question 4 years ago, so I'm writing the post I wish I'd had. 🥰A little background: Our family began officially homeschooling when our oldest son was entering kindergarten. I wasn't homeschooled and only knew a few homeschooling families, so I had a lot of questions (and trepidation) about choosing a curriculum.Here's what I've learned along the way:+ An open-and-go, boxed curriculum can be very helpful for your first year. We used Sonlight (with no regrets!) and I have…
To help both educators and parents, we have compiled a list of our top STEM resources including both online and offline take-home activities. We also provide resources for transitioning to online learning as well as te