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5 Days of Tina's 7 Step DIY Curriculum Planner: Day 3 Printable Year Around School Planning Schedule

Posted on May 16, 2013 at 9:40 AM


I think planning is the hardest part for any homeschooler. I encourage you to always take time to sit down and look at your goals for the year. Map out the days and weeks to school, vacation and when you want a teacher in service day. Yep I give myself some of those days too. We need them.

I think the best reason to plan your schedule is that i...

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New Curriculum Planner Covers + {academic year printables}

Posted on May 29, 2012 at 1:00 AM

I told Kelley I had a case of  DP {dropsy butt} at the end of last week and so took off a couple extra days to recover. We had an open house to get ready for, set up and work that was hosted by a local support group. I can't go to that and not talk fast or talk a lot especially when it comes to talking about something I live and love - homeschooling.

Barely recovering from my addiction to homeschool open houses, I have to now get ready for this weekend....

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{how to series} Planning for Year Around School + {printable}

Posted on May 20, 2012 at 10:15 AM

My inner organizing voice gets a little hyped this time of the year because I get to "plan and organize" something.  I want to share with you some planning tips for year around schooling along with my new printable.

But first because some of you have asked me how my hubby is doing, I decided to share his progress here.  Normally I am private with this type of thing but I think some things or journeys one shouldn't bear alone. ...

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Lesson Planning Backwards! Part 1 of 2.

Posted on April 12, 2011 at 9:38 AM

I have two criteria for lesson planning. One, it has to be EASY and two it has to have a PURPOSE. If it doesn't serve those two elements, it is something else to weigh on me during my already busy day. A lot of curricula companies provide lesson plans, so then next you may wonder why lesson plan?

 

First, I want to share what I feel is not easy. It is not ...

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How long should a homeschooling subject last? Part 2 of 2.

Posted on February 28, 2011 at 11:05 AM

If you missed Part 1, you can find it on my blog.

When a child learns to become self-taught from the very first lesson you start in homeschooling, then he has been equipped for a lifetime.

 

Prior to getting ...

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