NextGen Homeschool’s “What’s Working” Wednesday Link-Up is a place for fellow homeschoolers to link up a post about anything you are using in your homeschool and household that is working well for you, such as a particular curriculum, teaching method, creative ideas, organizational approaches, technology tools, helpful books and blogs, balancing homeschool with life/work/personal, etc. Feel free to link up several posts that follow the “what’s working” theme.
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Last week’s “What’s Working Wednesday” Top Three most viewed posts are:
- Marci from She Can Laugh shared next school year’s Curricula Scope and Sequence Plan for K-8th that she just finished for her five children, two of which are adopted from Uganda. As a former schoolteacher turned homeschooler, she shares five reasons why this type of curriculum planning works for her.
- Melanie Wilson from Psychowith6 shared How to Have Happy Handwriting, a review of the Happy Handwriting and Cheerful Cursive curriculum. I have personally been on the lookout for something to help my 10-year-old take an interest in learning cursive and help my 5-year-old improve her printing, so I really enjoyed Melanie’s review.
- Nanette from Little Boy Blue Toddle School shared about an online art curriculum she discovered in Australia that is now open to U.S. and U.K. homeschoolers called Artventure. The creators are offering a special discount to her blog readers through the end of April — check it out!
Another post that got lots of attention on our “What’s Working Wednesday” Pinterest board is:
- Katie from Brighton Park shared What to Include in Your Homeschool Documentation Binder. I have been homeschooling for three years and haven’t gotten around to thinking about this, so I really appreciated these tips!
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