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Well, I'm always looking for ways of keeping both our homeschooling and this group interesting and progressive. So I thought of a new sticky post. Right now it's a work in progress, once we've added a bunch of ideas I'll add it to the directory of helpful posts announcement.

Essentially, I'm trying to find themes - month, topic, letter, etc and a brief description of how to use them..

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by on Dec. 17, 2008 at 5:48 PM
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by New Member on Jun. 17, 2014 at 4:04 PM

Quoting KickButtMama:

Monthly Theme Ideas

I try to have at least 4 themes a month, so we can do 1 per week. I start with January because we homeschool year round. This thread are Themes associated with the month itself. I'll add another for individual topics. These are actually from my Home Education Website, not all the worksheets and such are traditional Preschool stuff, I start working with my boys at 2.5 so by the age of 4 they are really doing K to 1st grade level stuff, so look at the info first to ensure it meshes with your child's level. I haven't added all the links I have as of yet, I'll come back in and add a little more later...

January: New Year, Winter, Cold, Snow, Snowman Sequencing, Patterns, // //  // // //

February: Imblog(Bride's Day/Valentines Day),  Ground Hog Day, Black History Month // // // // // // //

March: Dr. Seuss Birthday, Women's Rights Day, Spring *(Ostara), Water Preservation Day, Weather (in like a Lion out like a Lamb), Equinox,  Women's History Month, St. Patrick's, Sping Season // // // // // // // //

April: Senses (Helen Keller), Rain (April Showers bring May Flowers),  Animals,Poetry Month, Easter, Earth Day, Librarian's Day // // // // //

May: Beltaine (May Day), Cinco de Mayo, Mother's Day, Amnesty International Day, Peace Day // // // 

June: Litha (Summer Solstice), Solstice, Italy Day, End of School, Flag Day, Father's Day // //

July: Independence Day, Summer, Canada Day, Moon Day, // // // //

August: Summer, Heat, Inventor's Month, Youth Day, Back to School, Aviation Day, Lugnasadh // //

September: Mabon (Autumnal Equinox), Literacy Day, Labor Day, 9-11, Citizenship, Yom Kippur //

October: Samhain (Hallowe'en), Fire Prevention Week, // //

November: Thanksgiving, Veterans Day, Aviation History Month, Native American Month //

December: Winter Solstice (Yule, Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanza), Winter, World Aide Day, // // //


      I love all this!!! Thank you so much! 

by New Member on Jun. 17, 2014 at 4:12 PM

 I love these and will be coming to this to get ideas for next year with my son. We are doing k, but themes will work better with him I think than anything else.

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