We will be discussing what to consider when deciding to home school your kids, how to do it legally, and how to plan for effective lessons.
- What should families consider when deciding whether to homeschool their kids?
- What legal hoops do families need to jump through to homeschool?
- What tips do you have for families on how to plan effectively for their student’s education?
- Living Life and Learning– A blog about homeschooling. There are lesson planning tips and free calendar pages.
- Edreports– This website reviews curriculum based on a rubric developed by educators to locate the best options.
- ELEducation– The curriculum I chose to use for literacy education for the student I work with
- Great Minds– This curriculum source includes free access to Eureka Math, which I am using to homeschool a Kindergarten student. They have other curriculum resources available as well.
- Reading A-Z– A resource that provides leveled readers, assessments, and lesson plans. I use this to assess reading level, something that’s essential for primary students.
- Fountas and Pinnell– Another assessment tool for running records.
- Teachers Pay Teachers– An online resource with free and inexpensive resources made by teachers
- Vygotsky’s Zone of Proximal Development– by The Digital Learning Consultant
- What Is Scaffolding? by Parent Lab
- Louise Rosenblatt: Reader Response Theory by Mandy Hershey Sauder
- Piaget’s Theory of Cognitive Development by Sprouts
- Bloom’s Taxonomy: Structuring the Learning Journey by Sprouts
- Maslow’s Hierarchy of Needs by Sprouts
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