General Homeschooling Plans for Spring 2013
I spent a lot of time over our winter break thinking about what we will cover this spring. Our kids are in grades 4, 2 and preschool although as homeschoolers this doesn’t mean much as they cover what they are ready for and go at their own individual paces. I wrote up a general set of plans and you can take a glimpse at what is in store for our family.
Every homeschooling family is different, but if you’re interested here are some of the units we (might!) cover.
I didn’t include any language arts activities in this list, though we’ll still work on spelling, grammar and writing as well. I think I might use this Writing Curriculum, Grade 4 or at least parts of it this semester.
In the past couple of weeks or so I’ve also made a lot of printables, worksheets and activities that I’ll be sharing in the coming days and weeks. In fact, here are some of the freebies/posts I have lined up (though not necessarily in this order):
- winter preschool activities (links and freebies)
- multiplication pages for DD
- equivalent fraction unit (an introduction to fractions)
- preschool rock unit and Montessori cards
- equivalent fraction cards
By the way, last fall I told you all about the free I See Sam Readers. It looks like the website I told you about is no longer free, but I came across this website that has all 52 Sam Readers available for free. Thank you Dr. Brian Marriott!Add a Comment
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