Lots of resources under headings,
work in progress!!!
resources starting on page 2
i like to use . .sorry not sure how to make the links clickable :\
Thanks a bunch, I will be passing this on to others!
this looks like a good hs site
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Montessori Homeschool Method
The Montessori Method is based on the work of Dr. Maria Montessorri and is primarily concerned with the education of young children. Her theories are based on a belief that a child learns through freedom in a structured environment. The Montessori classroom gives children free access to materials, exercises, and resources designed for sensory and motor training that lead to later skills mastery. Instead of teaching, adults become encouragers and guides while students express and explore.
Classical homeschool education is based upon the Trivium. This is a teaching model that parents and other educators use in order to provide their children with the best education possible. The Trivium is meant to tailor the curriculum to the way that a child develops cognitively.
The Trivium is broken into three parts for the three degrees of education that a child will have during his or her life. During the grade school ages, the model emphasizes concrete thinking and memorizing of facts. This is done in all of the general education subjects. Classical thinks believed that when a child is in grade school, his or her brain is best suited to memorize facts and learn about concrete ideas.
During the middle school years, abstract thinking is developed. Classical thinking is that during this age, children are better able to learn what analytical thinking is and to harness it within their studies.
During the high school years, students are taught abstract thinking and articulation of their subjects. By teaching the subjects in these three different ways during a child's life, it is thought that the brain will develop to the best of its potential and that the child will be well educated.
is one the the most popular homeschool-styles. It was British educator in the late 1800’s. Her observations, experience and philosophy as a teacher has created an entire methodology to homeschooling. In the Charlotte Mason method, there are some basic principals to which the educator should adhere. Some of the basic principals are using “living” books, employing narration in your lessons, working on forming better habits, short lessons for young children and the use of dictation for spelling and grammar. Much use is also made of repetition and practice for mastery in terms of writing and doing copy work. Through the principals espoused by Charlotte Mason, children will absorb lessons better and retain information longer than by simply doing worksheets, etc. The Charlotte Mason methodology actively engages children’s minds and creates relevancy in order to retain the information in the long-term.
A lapbook or lap book is basically an educational learning tool made from a folder. They may also be referred to as shutterbooks, graphic organizers, fold books, presentation books, flap books, and project books. They can be done at the close of your unit studies to highlight key points the kids have learned - a place to glue projects or little books they've made for the unit, be based solely on a book your child has just read or help reinforce mathematical functions. Use it to document what your children have learned or even to display and refer back to. Some people prefer to buy kits ready to put together while others may use blank templates to help create, and still others come up with a design of their own. We've done all kinds of lapbooks - and from what we've found, there is no wrong way to put together a lapbook
Unschooling/Child Directed Homeschool Method
Unschooling allows children to take control of their educational choices. Unschooling is student-directed instead of teacher-directed. Unschoolers often take issue with the current, expert-based education system, choosing instead to trust the individual’s ability to guide their own education by following their interests. Parents who choose an Unschooling or Child Directed teaching style base their approach on the interests and natural learning patterns of their individual child. This style avoids use of textbooks, reviewing, quizzing, or even formal testing. The child's natural curiosity and interests are the key to the daily activities. There is a large emphasis on imagination, nature, art, music and almost no formal curriculum is used. There is no use of lesson plans, a defined "school" time, or even any type of grading. The child's environment, though controlled, is used as the bases of learning. A great curriculum choice for this type of teaching style is Unit Studies. Unit Studies allow the child's interests to control the basis of study.
Accelerated Learning Homeschool MethodSome homeschoolers reclaim the wasted time in traditional education by accelerating the pace that they do school. They typically graduate high school very early and many go on to home school college and graduate school
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Home Educators Toolbox / Articles / Kicbuttmama's Crazy Lapbooks / Kickbuttmama's Home EducationAlbert Einstein -- "Everybody is a Genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will spend its whole life believing it is stupid."
Secular homeschooling sites
free homeschooling sites
they have a whole curr free and pieces of stuff you can use http://oldfashionededucation.com/
lang arts http://www.sfreading.com/resources/ghb.html
math games http://www.zoodles.com/free-online-kids-games/third-3rd-grade
might be something in here for you http://www.theteacherscafe.com/Content_Literacy/Science_Elementary_Worksheets.php
this site you'd have to join but its free and has great handwriting, science themes, money sheets, time sheets, measuring sheets etc well worth it! http://www.learningpage.com/
this site just gives an idea on what each grade level can learn http://www.worldbook.com/typical-course-of-study?wbredirect=1&Itemid=176
spelling stuff- http://www.spelling.hemscott.net/index.html#hangman
learning with lapbooks http://www.homeschoolingonashoestring.com/lapbooks.html
to practise handwriting http://www.copycatbooks.com/free_c_printables.htm
lots of worksheets http://www.hslaunch.com/mypage/profile/155
catholic homeschooling- http://materamabilis.org/ma/mater-amabilis-an-overview-2/
Popular Methods and Philosophies:Unit StudiesCharlotte MasonClassical EducationDelayed InstructionEclectic HomeschoolingMontessori HomeschoolingWaldorf HomeschoolingEnki HomeschoolingThe Moore FormulaThomas Jefferson EducationHolistic and Alternative HomeschoolingUnschooling / Self-Directed LearningIndependent Research / Self-Directed LearningSchool-at-Home / Public e-SchoolDistance Learning as an Umbrella/Cover SchoolDistance Learning for Gifted EnrichmentCyber Schools / Online Academies
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