Great Homeschooling Links: April 29, 2011

photo by San Jose Library

April is a month with five Fridays which means that I get another chance to share some great links that I have found lately.  I’m always excited to get a chance to do one of the link posts in a month!

Here are some recent favorites:

Lesson Plans – Weird, Unsocialized Homeschoolers
My lesson plan looked very similar to this today, except it was on a dry erase board.  I thought others might appreciate seeing this little dose of reality.

Homemaking for Girls (30 Days) – Homegrown Mom
Check out information about this amazing series starting next week!

In the Kitchen: Quick & Easy Breakfasts – Let’s Explore
I love these breakfast ideas that kids can prepare by themselves.

The Three Best Ways to Prepare Your Children for College – Simple Homeschool
I did well in college, but it was despite my study skills, not because of them.  I sometimes wonder how much better I might have done if I really knew how to study (instead of breezing through high school without needing to study much).  This is a great post that I wish someone would have helped me with when I was younger.

Encouraging Optimism in Your Family – Make and Takes
This is such a wonderful way to not only work on some writing skills but to encourage a great sense of contentment in your family.

Experimental School Gets Rid of Classes, Teachers – NPR
This was a really interesting article!

101 Ideas to Add Spice to Your Homeschooling Days – Bringing Up Learners
Wow!  What a great collection of ideas!

Angie writes about all of the things that happen between all of those loads of laundry at Many Little Blessings.  She is also busy finishing up plans for a networking group for bloggers.  (Check it out to be notified when it opens, as the first 40 people will get a free year membership.)

Comments

  1. Hi Angie, thanks so much for your link to our post on Simple Homeschool – The Three Best Ways To Prepare Your Children For College.

    We’re glad you liked it! We hope our studying advice helps kids get the marks they should be getting at high school =)

    Chris Whittington

  2. Excellent links today. Thanks!

  3. Thanks for sharing the series :)

  4. Enjoyed the NPR article!