# Author: Liesl - Homeschool Den

## October Morning Work Pages (Ages 4-6)

Today I have some new pages for your younger students.  These October Morning Work Pages are currently FREE to download! Students will practice the days of the week, the month, ordinal numbers (1st, 2nd), planets as well as some quick math exercises.  Hope they are helpful! You can download these sheets FREE by clicking on the link or the picture below.  I have also added these into the K-2 Math...

## What We’ve Been Up To in our Homeschool!

Homeschooling Grade 8 and High School We are into our second, third (fourth! I can’t seem to get this post finished!) official week of homeschooling for the new academic year.  My youngest daughter is in 8th grade and my two older are in high school.  Most every year, I write about our current plans and I’m going to share some of the topics, units and resources we are using this...

## 12s Multiplication and Division Worksheets and Activities

12s Multiplication and Division Worksheet Packet Earlier this summer, I made a new 12s Multiplication and Division Packet (by special request!).  I added it into the Multiplication/Division BUNDLE a couple of weeks ago, but am just getting around to sharing the post. This fun 12s Multiplication – Division & Skip Counting Worksheet Packet includes worksheets, activities, and games to help your kids learn to multiply and divide by 12. The...

## September Morning Work Pages (Ages 4-6)

Today I have some new pages for your younger students.  These September Morning Work Pages are currently FREE to download! Students will practice the days of the week, the month, colors and seasons as well as some quick math exercises.  Hope they are helpful! You can download these sheets FREE by clicking on the link or the picture below.  I will also be adding these straight into the K-2 Math...

## Free Homeschool Planner 2021-2022

I wanted to let you know that I have updated our booklet-style Homeschool Planner. It is FREE to download and print out.  I added in new calendar pages as well as some daily schedule templates. The kids and I have been talking quite a bit about our homeschool schedule. Both of my girls want to be FIRST to do math (to get it out of the way!). They have been...

## 10 Things I have Learned Teaching High School Math in our Homeschool

This post talks about high school math in our homeschool! I have a similar post a few years ago that covers math in the earlier years: Click here to visit that post if you have elementary or middle school age kids:  10 Things I’ve Learned About Homeschooling Math (and 30 Math Activity Ideas!) This post is focusing specifically on high school level math: Geometry, Algebra II, PreCalculus, etc. I made...

## August Morning Work (Ages 4-6)

Today I have some new pages for your younger students.  These August Morning Work Pages are currently FREE to download! Students will practice the days of the week, the month (August), shapes and colors as well as some quick math exercises.  Hope they are helpful! You can download these sheets FREE by clicking on the link or the picture below.  I will also be adding these straight into the K-2...

## Biology Unit Update!

175+ Page Biology Packet on Ecology Ecosystems and Biomes Feeding Relationships Food Chains & Food Pyramids Trophic Levels & the Energy Pyramid How different species interact (relationships between living organisms and their physical environment) Population and Population Growth Our Biology Packet dives deep into the study of ecology.  This packet looks at organisms at the individual, population, community, ecosystems, and biosphere level. Students will also learn about the relationships between...

## Organizing Your Homeschool Learning Spaces

I have just released the second installment of our new PDF packet: Homeschool Foundations: Establishing Routines that Work.   This section section is about Organizing Your Homeschool Learning Spaces.  In this section, you will think about your home and how you want it to feel and function. Scroll down below to read through some quick homeschool organization tips! When you have the time and energy, you will dive into some...

## Establishing Homeschool Routines that Work!

Homeschool Foundations: Establishing Routines that Work: Are you are looking for some general tips about creating routines, organizing and keeping on top of things during the year? This packet is designed to help you think about the strategies and routines to help your family life run smoothly. This packet is a work in progress and is currently FREE to download! For many families, the summer is an opportunity to take...

## Mean, Median, Mode – Free Math Worksheets

Free Middle School Math Worksheets Below you will find a free math worksheet PDF which covers mean, median, mode and range. This is a math topic we need to review once a year or so because my kids never remember the meanings! These free Mean, Median, Mode worksheets include both definitions and practice problems to review these terms: Mean: This is the average of a set of numbers. Add all...

## Comma Worksheets

Free Comma Rules Worksheets! This time of year, we spend time practicing grammar.  I have so many grammar sets on the blog, I thought it was about time to start putting them together in a convenient spot. So, I have started creating a Grammar Practice BUNDLE. I will be adding in new PDFs from time to time to this Grammar Bundle. They are currently free (in random spots all over...

## Astronomy Packet (Currently Free)

The Astronomy Packet is Currently FREE! For the past couple of weeks, we have been doing an astronomy unit. Today I wanted to share a few of the resources we used for this unit including some new astronomy notebook pages I made for the kids. These include astronomy worksheets about  the universe and galaxies & light time (light second, minute, hour, day and of course light year) the Space Race...

## Plant Cells and Photosynthesis Worksheets

Cell Unit Update! This Cells Unit covers cell theory, prokaryotic vs. eukaryotic cells, animal vs. plant cells, the organelles of the cell, and now goes into more detail about chloroplast anatomy, the layers of a leaf, photosynthesis, and more. We just finished a big unit on plant cells and photosynthesis, studying everything from the organelles of plant cells to details about chloroplasts and the process of photosynthesis (light-dependent and light-independent...