On this video I show you up close the Foundations Guide we'll be using next school year at Classical Conversations and explain how we're planning to use this in our homeschool. **CORRECTION** The Essentials writing curriculum for 2018-19 is Ancient History and NOT U.S.History writing lessons. I picked up the wrong copy- lol! --- About Me . Hi I’m Demetria- a holistic, homeschooling mompreneur of two girls ages 15 and 10. I’ve been homeschooling for a decade and enjoy sharing encouraging words and support to homeschooling moms...but I’m also still on this journey called life and I’m constantly learning new things in the world of homeschooling. Join me on my journey of holistic health and healing, homeschooling, entrepreneurship, essential oils, and nature-inspired learning! Here is the link to my last video on why we're starting CC for the 3rd time: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbnwHeRBYys&t=455s Our Journey into Charlotte Mason: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z7mj6wIIJQo&t=181s Embracing Charlotte Mason in My Home: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Ei69tqV4YE Science book I mentioned: 201 Awesome, Magical, Bizarre and Incredible Experiments by Janice VanCleave https://classicalconversationsbooks.com/collections/foundations/products/fs024 Discovering Great Artists Book: https://classicalconversationsbooks.com/collections/foundations/products/fs017 And finally, the blog links I promised: Classical Conversations Book List Cycle 1: Ancient HIstory: http://thistemporaryhome.com/2018/05/15/classical-conversations-booklist-cycle-1-ancient-history/ A Charlotte Mason Approach to Classical Conversations Cycle 1: https://farmhouseschoolhouse.com/2018/05/20/a-charlotte-mason-approach-to-classical-conversation-cycle-1-quarter-1/ Classical Conversations Cycle 1 Weekly Lesson Plans: https://essentialhomestead.com/homeschool-blog-posts/classical-conversations-cycle-1-weekly-lesson-plans/ And more information on Classical Conversations: http://www.classicalconversations.com . 💗💗💗💗💗💗💗 You can find me here . ►Follow my web design and branding business: http://demetriacreative.com Instagram: demetria.zinga Blog & Podcast: http://christianhomeschoolmoms.com and http://www.mompreneursinheels.com Web Design: http://www.demetriacreative.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org . . ❤❤❤❤❤❤❤ Disclosure Policy . From time to time, I will accept sponsorship or other forms of compensation with companies that I truly believe in. The views and opinions expressed on this vlog are purely based on my personal experience, so be sure to check on these companies for yourself to ensure that their products match what your particular needs are for your family.
Views: 479 MomZest
I've been waiting so long to dig into our homeschool curriculum! Now that the baby is two weeks old I was able to open it up! I decided to make a video on how I do things around here and how I organize some things. I tried adding a little of our day as well and included a science project. Hope you enjoy! If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to ask! xoxo ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- ** Birth Story: https://youtu.be/z2c526wCsr4 **The night before c-section: https://youtu.be/p8VI-Rj8qgw **First Vlog Ever! https://youtu.be/ySstP18zD6Y ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Follow me: **Youtube...https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC9KVeGmWX3VPWSlaiBu_JoA **Twitter... https://twitter.com/M6Selina **Instagram... https://instagram.com/m6selina/ **Pinterest...https://www.pinterest.com/M6Selina/ ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------
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A selection of recommended homeschool products from a mom of 5! Includes BabbaCo Box, Homeschool Enrichment Magazine, The Complete Illustrated Guide to Forensic Science Experiments, and The Math Packet. See more reviews at http://www.lillepunkin.com
Views: 448 Linsey Knerl
We will be doing a unit study on Van Gogh and Michelangelo so I received out Van Gogh puzzle for a fun extra activity. We also received a few other books for our library. Links below to direct product. Meet the planets: Love this book!! https://goo.gl/AZw6Zf (affiliate link) Van Gogh 500 piece puzzle: http://amzn.to/2tfT2v8 (affiliate link) Tracks, Scats, and Signs book: http://amzn.to/2sgVoZs (affiliate link) How We Crossed The West book: http://amzn.to/2sCothi (affiliate link) If you have any questions on where I purchased anything or how I use it in our daily routine please don't hesitate to ask!
Views: 137 Mom Behind a Blog
This is a quick video about how we do a homeschool "science fair" with all of the science projects from our ACE science PACEs. www.andreamills.tv Mills Family P.O. Box 323 Moorcroft, Wyoming 82721 USA
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Homeschool Curriculum - Science for Kids. Visit http://www.homeschool-curriculum.co for a free sample lesson. 12 Lessons, 52 pages, $4.99. The Creation Science Studies Unit 1 contains the following 12 Lessons: 1.Classifications of Living Things 2.Five Kingdoms of Living Things 3.Parts of the Animal Cell 4.Parts of the Plant Cell 5.Invertebrate Classifications 6.Vertebrate Classifications 7.Animal Reproduction 8.Types of Seed Plants 9.Parts of a Plant 10.Leaves and Leaf Parts 11.Parts of a Flower 12.Plant Systems
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Our review of "Exploring Creation With Astronomy" 2nd Edition by Apologia. Homeschool 1st grade Science Curriculum.
Views: 377 Love & Lessons
An ex-Green Beret father and his 4-year old son share the many lessons they've learned throughout their Homeschooling Journey. Enjoy! --GM NOTE: If this preparedness topic does not necessarily pique your interest, please consider forwarding it to other parents who may possibly benefit from the content. Thanks for your support! --GM
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In this video I discuss the book Home Learning Year by Year By Rebecca Rupp, and the addition of two new books Kingfisher's Science and History encyclopedias. Also discussed are Dollar tree resources. Note: All items were purchased by me.
Views: 815 Tinka
Hello and welcome to Raising a Self-Reliant Child! My name is Patricia. I 'm writing about my journey as a mother of an intelligent, inquisitive and loving boy. Just like every parent, my husband, Roberto, and I wish to guide our child during these formative years to help him become a confident, well rounded, and happy adult. We wish to keep learning about how to be better parents, how to listen more, observe more and love him more. We wish to hopefully guide him by example, rather than by disciplining him. We wish to hopefully inspire him to develop himself into what he's meant to be, rather than by talking him into it. An important part of our son's education is homeschooling. Something that was not really in my personal plans, and that I started somewhat reluctantly, but that I have come to love and appreciate so much. Both Roberto and I are very involved in this endeavor, which has made this homeschooling experience rather easy and ever so enjoyable. I love spending time with my son, alias Super Hero, and I feel it's such a gift and a joy to be able to share Super Hero's childhood this way. Thank you for stopping by. I hope there will be something in my blog that you will find helpful in your own efforts to raise a self-reliant child! I also hope you visit often and please leave a comment so I can get to know you better too! For more information about Florida Homeschooling or Miami Homeschooling programs please visit my website at www.raisingaselfreliantchild.com With warmth, Patricia Recorded and edited by RaisingaSelfReliantChild.com. Thanks for watching!
Views: 253 Patricia Espinoza
Come find out the very best our school year! Playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLBx6a1Q4nPJncghlyV9KF9N8s87uJdxE- Cades Cove Tours (Knoxville, TN) http://www.cadescoveheritagetours.org/ Forces of Nature: http://www.pbs.org/program/forces-nature/ Scenic National Park http://amzn.to/2rsIMxh The Century https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=dssfiPirT2U&list=PLvGgZ5v2o_N8dDogxreL2-NbnfKHgHxqY How Things Work: http://amzn.to/2pVKMh7 Janice VanCleave books http://amzn.to/2pYsMlx I am Tricia, a military wife & SAHM-turned-homeschooling mama to three kids. Home for us is hard to define....As the saying goes, home is where the Army sends you! From Sea to Shining Sea & in between. You can also find me-- on my Facebook page @ https://www.facebook.com/ThisLifeofOurs6/ on my blog @ http://www.thislifeofours.net/ on Instagram @ thislifeofours6 Royalty-free music provided by http://www.bensound.com/
Views: 300 This Life of Ours
Homeschool science curriculum should be simple with step-by-step lessons and an easy-to-find materials list. Elemental Science provides science curriculum for a variety of topics and for various ages. In this video, Lira shares what she learned from Earth Science and Astronomy Lesson One. View more homeschooling and money-saving ideas at www.MeetPenny.com.
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I am back with the second part of the writing in science series! We are looking at what writing in science should look like and how it progresses through the years. In episode 13 of the Tips for Homeschool Science Show, I am sharing the second part of this two-part series on tips for writing in science. In this episode, we will look at the middle school years and beyond. To see the show notes and grab some additional resources head on over to: elementalscience.com/blogs/videos/episode-13. Don't miss a tip! Sign up for our weekly newsletter here: http://eepurl.com/bFu3Jj
Views: 521 Elemental Science Inc.
Building Foundations of Scientific Understanding by Bernard Nebel, Ph.D. is a science curriculum that guides you in simple discussions and experiments to teach four main areas of science, tied together with concepts taught in a systematic, incremental way - from the foundational concepts up. Great for homeschool or the classroom. Even though the books are labeled for grade levels K-2, 3-5, and so on, I teach my 4 school age boys together and they all beg me to do science lessons!
Views: 109 Abbi Bruner
If you burden yourself you'll achieve homeschool burnout. Here are some of my tips on how to take the pressure off and enjoy homeschooling much easier- pt. 2 For more info about our homeschool, please visit my blog: http://www.christianhomeschoolmoms.com
Views: 435 MomZest
Homeschool Science in Early Elementary (K-2) Minute 1 Video: Animals and Plants Are you wondering where to start with homeschool science? This series will share some of the science activities our family covered in early elementary. The first video features animal & plant activities. For links to many of the free printables shown here visit homeschoolden.com/minute1
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www.AsherTeachesScience.com Moms, sit back as your children laugh and learn their way through science. Let's face it. Our children learn naturally from their peers. In this 10 lesson unit on plants, eight year-old Asher Hallmark explains basic plant science concepts in ways that kids will easily remember. Watch Asher explain the concepts and demonstrate simple experiments that you can perform at home. The dvd includes 10 lessons with daily assignments and study guide. The curriculum is designed to brighten your homeschool day with a bit of humor and fun for both mom and kids. www.AsherTeachesScience.com
Views: 70 AsherTeachesScience
Homeschool Super Heroes Telesummit. Janice Campbell with Everyday Education speaks on "Teaching Teens: Transcripts, College & Literature".
Views: 302 Kerry Beck
A super simple song to learn the European Cities - London, Paris, Orleans, Barcelona, and Rome. Part of the Classical Conversations curriculum, cycle 2. Tips for teaching geography to young kids: Use a map without labels! Create simple songs to teach the list. Have a travel partner - ours is the Kitty Cat.
Views: 30 Leah Hudson Simple.Home.Blessings.
http://www.explorationeducation.com - Great concise overview of Exploration Education's year-long homeschool science courses.
Views: 4487 Exploration Education
Mary and Kierenne defeat Cheyenne Mountain at the Colorado State Science Olympiad tournament, April 2011.
Views: 486 HomeschoolScienceCO
www.ExplorationEducation.com - Great overview of Exploration Education's Advanced Physical Science Course -- year-long, homeschool science.
Views: 8020 Exploration Education
This is my 5 year old with ASD who a year ago was no verbal and very delay. Last year I make the switch to take him out of public school to homeschool/unschool him and just month into letting him lead the learning wander start to happen. He knows every planet, he knows letters, words, shapes, and music, is learning the notes and vocabulary all this by him self I as his mom just giving him the tools. I will be posting all his progress here as a video log to give inspiration and show that there are other ways. Our kids are unique and they don't have to fall into one shape fit all learning system.
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You can find the free printable maps @ http://www.yourchildlearns.com/megamaps.htm FREE ONLINE GEOGRAPHY CURRICULUM http://www.kidsgeo.com/ Check out my Geography Board on Pinterest @ http://pinterest.com/kheprimaat/homeschool-geography/
Views: 364 Blessed Mama K
Joshua Woodfin, an eighth grade homeschool student from Spartanburg, recently won the S.C. Geography Bee. Now, in preparation for the national competition, Woodfin practices geography with his grandfather over Skype. By: Zach Fox - Education, business and cops/crime reporter at the Herald-Journal in Spartanburg. Published on: April 8, 2016 Source: http://www.tout.com/m/p5ykf0
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How we handle field trips in our Mocha Homeschool. More details below: We meet once a month. Each mom plans one trip for the year. we wear matching T-shirts and have a group name. Our trips are usually on the same Friday each month from 10-12PM. We often plan to have bagged lunches together too. In addition to phone and email we communicate through a simple website we created (free) for our co-op. DrDawnMarie's Video http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XiIoLLpiCQo
Views: 179 CherishMyDaughter
Western Washington University College of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean's Lecture Series Title: Home is Where the School Is Faculty Member: Dr. Jennifer Lois, Sociology Jennifer Lois, associate professor of Sociology at Western Washington University, gave a lecture titled "Home Is Where the School Is: The Logic of Homeschooling and the Emotional Labor of Mothering" on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013. The free, public talk, was an installment of the WWU College of Humanities and Social Sciences Dean's Lecture Series, and was co-sponsored by the City of Bellingham. Homeschooling mothers constantly face judgmental questions about their choices, and yet the homeschooling movement continues to grow, with an estimated 1.5 million American children now schooled at home. These children are schooled mainly by stay-at-home mothers who must tightly manage their daily schedules to avoid burnout and maximize relationships with their children. In addition to these daily stressors, homeschooling mothers must simultaneously sustain a desire to sacrifice their independent selves for many years in order to savor the experience of motherhood. Drawing on rich data collected through eight years of fieldwork and dozens of in-depth interviews, Jennifer Lois will discuss her sociological research with homeschooling mothers. Her analysis reveals that at the root of this trend lies the American belief that motherhood ends when children grow up, an understanding that leads most mothers to experience emotional conflict over how they use their time. Homeschooling provides a way for some mothers to relieve this conflict by devoting the bulk of this precious time to nurturing their children. Speaking from the center of the work/life balance debate, Lois's research raises profound questions about the expectations of modern motherhood and the limits of parenting. Lois received her doctorate in Sociology from the University of Colorado-Boulder. For her first book, she spent six years studying a volunteer, mountain-environment search and rescue group and became interested in gender, heroism, and the sociology of emotions. "Heroic Efforts" was published in 2003 by New York University Press and in 2006 was honored with the Outstanding Recent Contribution Award from the American Sociological Association's Sociology of Emotions Section. Lois' most recent book, "Home Is Where the School Is" focuses on motherhood, emotions and time and was published by New York University Press in December 2012. For more information on this lecture, please contact Katrina Schaeffer, WWU College of Humanities & Social Sciences, (360) 650-3763, or email@example.com
Views: 414 Western Washington University