Summer Reflections – Top Ten Posts 2014
Top Ten Posts 2014
For us homeschool lessons start back late January and even though my mind is beginning to turn back towards homeschooling around now I still enjoy the luxury of warm days, summer fruit and reading just for fun.
My Fab Five Posts 2014
I like to spend January looking back and reflecting on the year gone. Here is list of my favourite posts for 2014.
A CM approach to geography is much more than I used to think.
Getting the New Year started with order is always one of my goals.
This still convicts me!
One of the best books I read last year. It reminded me to keep assessing priorities.
This is my favourite post of the year. It’s about getting perspective when planning your curriculum.
High Five Posts
In 2014 Homeschooling Downunder was given a whole new look and I revamped the website and merged my blog. As I searched through seven years of blogging material I found five favourite posts that still remain popular today and are good for the New Year. Here they are.
As a new year starts it’s normal to have a few doubts but are we just being too hard on ourselves?
I do harp on about workboxes for a reason. It’s because they have worked for me and many of my friends. This is a series of posts done over a few years. I even did a workbox video.
It’s not uncommon over the holidays to here mums and shopkeepers say,”I can’t wait for the kids to go back to school.”
But when you homeschool the kids don’t leave home and go back to school. Are you missing out?
There are many planners on the market but I have found my homemade ones work best for me. Here are some tips to putting your own homeschool planner together.
When you’re buying lots of ebooks you often want to work out ways to bind them. Here’s a homemade cheap and easy ways to do it.
To find favourite posts from other homeschool bloggers visit the iHomeschool blog hop Top Ten Blog Posts 2014.