Beyond the core courses, teens need credits that prepare them for adulthood such as Financial Literacy, Health, Social Sciences, Speech, Electives. Many homeschool high schoolers will need Health, Fitness (Physical Education) and Financial Literacy on their transcripts. 7Sisters offers Health, Fitness and Financial Literacy curriculum that is comprehensive. Not only that, these texts follow the 7Sisters standards of no-busywork, level-able to different needs and goals. We have found that teens like this kind of text! For teens who need or want Social Sciences on their homeschool transcripts, 7Sisters offers several texts for downloading. (BTW- you have probably noticed that many colleges are looking for at least one-half credit of a social science on the transcript.) History and Philosophy of the Western World, Human Development, Philosophy in Four Questions, and Introduction to Psychology. Note that most of these texts also have a FREE syllabus for you to download to help keep your teens on track. 7Sisters offers popular elective courses such as: Career Exploration, Early Childhood Education, Speech, Drama and Apologetics. Also, take a look at the resources for job interviews, experiential resumes and prayer journals for teens. Speech and Drama resources from 7SistersHomeschool help homeschool families experience public speaking and drama in a fun, do-able way! Both Speech and Drama courses build confident communication skills for homeschool high schoolers while they enjoy doing it! Download each course as a stand alone Financial Literacy, Health, Social Sciences, Speech, or Electives on in a Curriculum Bundle. These are wise choices for a powerful high school experience and life preparation. RETURN POLICY: 10 day, no-questions-asked, money-back guarantee on all 7Sisters ebook curriculum.
CLICKING "STORE" IN THE GREEN BAR ABOVE allows you to shop English curriculum by type - ELA Bundles, Literature and Writing Guides will be listed there BY CATEGORY as you scroll down below the parent category for High School English from 7SistersHomeschool -- no-busywork ELA that teens actually like AND you will like the price! 7SistersHomeschool's Literature Guides teach literature-analysis skills but do not kill the book and are not full of busywork. Teens sometimes hate literature study guides because they try too many concepts for each book.That is why our study guides only cover: simple background, basic vocabulary, one or two literary themes or devices, and inferential skills-building questions. Therefore, each 7Sisters Literature Study Guide includes meaningful activities for teens who want to level up their work to Honors. When your teens are working on a solid ELA credit, they need experience with writing essays, poetry, short stories, research papers and writing for the real world. Teens build skills in step-by-step, daily lessons that make sometimes intimidating subjects accessible. Download individual literature or writing guides a la carte, or choose our popular ELA Bundles: One Year of High School English/Language Arts, Another Year of High School English/Language Arts, One MORE Year of High School English/Language Arts, and A Final Year of High School English/Language Arts. These bundled courses give teens a rich experience with reading and writing, communication skills they will carry into adulthood. RETURN POLICY: 10 day, no-questions-asked, money-back guarantee on all 7Sisters ebook curriculum.
By request from a number of homeschooling families, here is curriculum acceptable for states that reimburse. Some states, such as Alaska and California, will reimburse homeschooling families for curriculum that meets certain guidelines. These guidelines often include the requirement that the curriculum should not be of a religious nature. Due to many requests, we have adapted some of our texts, literature and writing guides, so that our homeschooling friends in those states can enjoy 7Sisters' no-busywork, adaptable educational style. It is usually the case that states that reimburse will accept the curriculum in this category. The 7Sisters editors are working diligently to add to this list a number of texts, literature guides and writing guides that will be helpful to our homeschooling friends in these states. Check back with us periodically for updates and feel free to send us requests. We appreciate our many homeschooling families and friends in every American state.
Homeschool Elementary, Homeschool Middle School- the foundational years for a young person's education! So, give your young people enjoyable resources. Elementary Literature Guides add sparkle to your young readers' learning! Our original Joey Monster book series (for readers in or near 3rd grade) has fun with Joey Monster and his friends and family. While the Literature Activity Guides go with books you find in your local library. They are full of fun, hands-on learning that builds a love of reading for young elementary-aged homeschoolers. Middle School Guides deliver enjoyable, no-busywork resources. Each literature study guide includes vocabulary from the book, comprehension questions for each chapter and going deeper questions for more mature students. . 7Sisters middle school writing guides offer a bit of fun and a bit of high-school prep with Fairy Tale Writing and Essay Writing. These guides introduce "real" writing to your homeschool in our user-friendly, no-busywork format. Homeschool Elementary, Homeschool Middle School: have fun with these delightful years and 7Sisters resources.
For homeschooling parents: Transcripts, Homeschool Planning! We have resources to help you create a plan to guide your homeschool and help you reach your goals. Homeschooling: you can do it! Resources include: A Complete List of Elementary Activity Guides, How to Create and Use a Syllabus, Fine Arts Credits for Non-Artsy Teens, Help! We Are Drowning: What to Try When You Are Way Behind, How to Choose High School Curriculum, How to Create High School Transcripts, Scheduling Backwards: Step-by-step to Getting the Calendar Under Control, Self-Paced Course for Parents: Homeschooling High School- You CAN Do It!, Teaching Literature: Beyond Comprehension to SO Much More, Writing Your Homeschool Mission Statement. Worried about how to handle your homeschool high schoolers’ transcripts? Homeschool high school transcripts are important, but don’t worry. We are looking out for you! Homeschool high schoolers and their parents can feel more confident that they are accomplishing all they need for graduation, when they follow the advice in this 75-page guide to creating meaningful transcripts. You can do this! Transcripts, Homeschool Planning.
Self-Paced Online Courses from 7Sisters for homeschooling teens and parents! NOTE: These online courses from 7Sisters must be PURCHASED THROUGH TEACHABLE.COM. You can view descriptions of them here, but they must be purchased through our classroom on Teachable. Then, simply click through to purchase using the link in each course description below. You can take an online course with 7sisters, some courses for teens and some for parents! These courses are self-paced — you show up when it is convenient for you and complete the lessons as quickly or as slowly as you like. The courses are offered on Teachable.com. Video and text in each lesson bring the topic to life. Courses currently available for High Schoolers: Introduction to Psychology from a Christian Perspective Have Fun with One Semester of Shakespeare- Yes, Really! For Parents: Free Mini-Course for Homeschooling Parents: Intimidated by Homeschool High School? 16 Lesson Course for Parents: Homeschool High School: You CAN Do It! Self-Paced Online Courses for more fun in your homeschool!
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Loved using YouTube to show concepts. Loved the enrichment activities and discussions. Thanks for writing the Psychology curriculum!”GATE Co-op
I’m a Science teacher in our co-op. Found the Intro to Psychology and Human Development curricula- it sounded much more fun to teach than Physics. We had a great group of high schoolers as my “guinea pigs” for this new class (we went thru psych and then right into HDev for year long class). It was AWESOME! Got great feedback from the students and I hope to offer it again when next group of HS students get there.”Lisa C.
I like the ease of use and varying levels of challenge offered with the literature bundles. I can use the same novel with my kids while allowing them to work at his or her individual level. We have had rich dinner conversations thanks to many of the writing prompts and questions.”Courtney E.
I LOVE your podcast! I really feel like the 7th sister, laughing and enjoying homeschooling with you on The Homeschool High School Podcast!”Becky