Archive for the ‘Homeschooling’ Category

Classical Literature Unit Studies

Teaching High School Literature can be a daunting task unless you have the right tools for the job. We at Homeschool Literature  know you’ve got your hands full homeschooling, so we decided to partner with Let’s Homeschool High to put together a grade level literature plan for your high school homeschool. We have tried […]

Book Summary: The goddess Hera has challenged Princess Sophia to avert three tragedies that are about to occur. If Sophia fails, her father will lose his kingdom and they will both be turned into stone statues for Hera’s garden. Even with the winged horse, Pegasus, transporting Sophia to her three challenges, will she succeed and […]

Some girls love to read, some hate it.  Each girl is a unique individual!  However, we all know how important reading is.  Because of its importance, we have put together a list of ten books/series which are popular with girls.  Your book-loving girls would enjoy these, and hopefully they will motivate and inspire an enjoyment […]

Teaching. Learning. Reading. All so very connected and vital to a child’s overall education. Yet, sometimes getting the necessary items to fulfill those tasks often requires a financial investment. I know I’ve looked at the homeschool catalogues with pictures of amazing books and curriculum and just…drooled. It would be awesome to be able to afford […]

Fun Science Books for Kids! from Homeschool Literature

Nearly every writer can tell you that writing a summary is the bane of their existence.  How to possibly contain all the necessary information, without giving away too much, in one paragraph?  Even with taking several writing courses and being a published author, summaries plague me!  However, I’ve recently learned one nifty technique that is […]

While most parents have often thought about homeschooling their child(ren) at one time or another…it’s another thing to actually commit to the process. Yet, once you’ve committed… what a journey! However, homeschooling is like any other worthwhile endeavor. It’s a commitment that takes time and effort… but isn’t that true for anything that has lasting […]

  Author bio: Hi! I’m Ree Drummond, also known as The Pioneer Woman. After marrying a cattle rancher, moving to the country, and having babies for ten years, I started a blog on a whim in 2006. There, I shared stories from my childhood, photos of my children growing up in the country, and eventually, […]

    Author bio: I think my earliest career ambition was to be someone who flew. Not a pilot, just someone who flew. Or maybe that was more of my brother’s ambition for me; he’s the one who tied a kite to me when I was three. We spent the summer running up and down […]

The “Gilmore Girls” Reading Challenge from Homeschool Literature