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The last day of my homeschooling style series and we will wrap up discussing eclectic homeschooling. Eclectic being a mix of all styles, why not save it for last? You will get an idea what an eclectic homeschool looks like, a list of the pros and cons, and a list of more great resources.
Day 6 of the homeschooling style series. Today will cover the Montessori and Waldorf educational styles. You will find an introduction to both theories, pros and cons, and information about the curriculum requirements. In addition, find helpful videos to help you understand each style in action.
Day 5 of the homeschooling style series, the traditional school at home method. When you think of homeschooling, do you imagine a dedicated school room with the perfect children’s desks, teacher working area, organized school bins, and the most adorable school and teacher supplies? A traditional school teacher makes out her lesson plans and has every day planned by the hour. That is what homeschooling the traditional school way will look like at home too.
A unit study is simply an extensive study of one topic (or unit) and the integration of all subjects (social studies, science, language arts, math, Bible, music, art, etc.) around that topic. Unit Studies Homeschooling: One Thing At A Time Hey, you guys, welcome back to Live Life Grow, today is all about Unit Studies homeschooling. Happy you joined me…