Creating Your Homeschool Curriculum, Grade 6-8 – Free Resource Guide

8 Responses

  1. Shannon says:

    Thank you for this wonderful Information.

  2. Helen Morehead says:

    This will be my 3rd year homeschooling and I just found your site. Just looking through it….it looks awesome!!! Thank you for a very useful sight…..and for making it free. Very grateful mom ??

    • homeschooldenadmin says:

      Hi Helen,
      I’m so glad you found our website! You’re very welcome… I hope the Curriculum Resource Guide is helpful! I know I’ll need to update regularly as my girls come up through the Middle School years! There are always things/topics that we want to revisit or explore in more depth! I just love homeschooling! 🙂
      Thanks for leaving such a nice note. Hope you have a great homeschool year!

  3. Araceli Jimenez says:

    I love it??.

  4. Stella says:

    Hi Liesl, I stumbled upon your youtube video which then led me to to search for your website. I am pulling my boys (ages 10 and 5) out of school at the end of this current academic year and will start homeschooling in the 2019/20 school year. I find your website so INVALUBLE!. I appreciate your knowledge and experience as an educator and I also appreciate you for sharing this information with all of us. I already subscribed to your newsletter.

    • Hi Stella, Welcome to homeschooling! I’m so glad you’ve found the blog and that some of the things we’ve posted have been helpful! 🙂 I love hearing that! We just love homeschooling and enjoy sharing what we’ve done along the way… and hope that it helps as you begin your own homeschool journey! There are just so many wonderful things you can do with your kids. I think the hardest thing is trying to figure out just what to cover (and then to be okay with that decision and not to second guess yourself!). The exciting and intimidating thing is that there are endlesses choices of *what* to cover. But in the end, the *what* is just a means to an end… building joy in learning, helping the kids develop the skills they need (writing, researching, enjoying learning more, learning how to do power points, learning how to memorize, learning how to speak and convey ideas, learning language skills, and tons of other things I’m not thinking of!), not to mention building a strong sense of themselves, becoming confident/strong/independent young person! Remember that you (or any educator in any homeschool or any classroom!) cannot cover everything. We are all picking and choosing along the way. It’s hard not to compare what we’re doing to what we *think* everyone else is doing!! Comparison can stress all of us out!! Just dive into your own homeschool journey, love your kids, watch them build skills along the way and know that you are the *perfect* educator for your kids! You will know their strengths and weaknesses … and you of anybody on the planet will have their best interests in mind! You can definitely do this! Happy Homeschooling… and you can always feel free to reach out to me by email if you have specific questions along the way! ~Liesl

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