Creative Idea ~ Month-in-Review Scrapbook Page

Source: the-lilypad.com

This is a creative & fun idea that can be easily adopted for  creating a homeschool journal/yearbook.   It’s also a great way to preserve the memories of  outdoor activities , field trips  or special projects.  Your older students could easily complete this ‘review assignment’ on their own.   Lots of fun possibilities with this idea!

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SAT Test Prep Resources for Your College Bound Homeschooler

Answers Marked on TestDo you have a student who is preparing for college entrance examinations? These two SAT test preparation websites can help- for free.  The official SAT website offers a study plan, a question of the day, and a full free practice test.  You can register to keep track of your progress and get college readiness reminders for both students and parents.
The CK-12 Foundation offers a free downloadable SAT study course, featuring math, reading and writing lessons as well as practice questions.

 

You can easily incorporate these resources into your high school student’s curriculum; review and practice one question a day or spend an hour or two on a particular lesson once or twice a week.

 

How to End Your Homeschool Year

 

Danielle at Domestic Serenity is a favorite blogger of mine.  Today’s post that she shared at Bright Ideas Press is especially uplifting; How to End Your Homeschool Year.  I invite you to click over and read her encouraging words.

Show What You Know: Printable Idea List

Show what you know is a printable list of ideas that go beyond the usual report or test.   Creative ideas to help your student express what they have learned in a manner that fits his or her learning style.    Adapt the ideas to fit your student’s ability level and create a unique end product.