Tag: Vicki Tillman

Homeschool Middle School Acrostic 7SistersHomeschool.com

Homeschool Middle School Acrostic

Here’s a Homeschool Middle School Acrostic. Homeschool Middle School Acrostic I never get tired of acrostics. Since homeschooling middle school years were some of my favorite times, how about an acrostic to celebrate?! Mostly marvelous! Ideas and creativity to explore      Discover giftings Develop strengths Learn to persevere in tough subjects Encourage healthy friendships Social skills…

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How to Earn History Elective Credit for the Homeschool Transcript

How to Earn History Elective Credit for Homeschool Transcript

Are your teens history buffs? Why not earn History Elective credit for homeschool transcript. History Elective Credit for Homeschool Transcript One of my homeschooling high schoolers was a real history buff. He quickly finished off his required 4 credits in history and still wanted more, so he developed his own credits in Russian history, World War…

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5 Basics for Homeschooling Children with Learning Disabilities 7SistersHomeschool.com

5 Basics for Homeschooling Children with Learning Disabilities

Here are 5 basics for homeschooling children with learning disabilities. 5 Basics for Homeschooling Children with Learning Disabilities I know by experience that homeschooling a child with learning differences or learning disabilities can be a challenge. One of my children had dyslexia, auditory processing disorder, and a bit of childhood ADD-inattentive. Fortunately for me I…

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Average Kids: Above Average in God’s Eyes!

Sometimes we homeschoolers can get a little competitive: “MY kid was reading when he was 4!”, “How lovely, MY kids completed algebra in 5th grade!” Ever heard that conversation? Average Kids The truth is that MOST homeschoolers are normal, average kids. They won’t go to Harvard, they score in the 50th-78th percentile on achievement tests.…

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Literature with Big Ideas that Changed the World 7SistersHomeschool.com Introduce teens to world-changing literature.

Big Ideas in Literature that Changed the World

Reading and writing for high school homeschoolers should include big ideas. Big Ideas in Literature I am fortunate to live within driving distance of the Liberty Bell, so all my children have grown up visiting that American icon. They also have also memorized the scripture engraved on it: Proclaim liberty throughout the land and unto…

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Homeschool Mom Shares: My Philosophy of Housekeeping

Homeschool Mom Shares: My Philosophy of Housekeeping

Homeschool Mom Shares: My Philosophy of Housekeeping! Homeschool Mom Shares: My Philosophy of Housekeeping My sister-in-law and her family were forced to live at my house for a few weeks one year while they were waiting for their new house to be ready. She said that she learned so much from me! She summed up…

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