Middle & High School Resources Resources for Homeschoolers

FREE Homeschool High School Podcast: Allowing Teens to Fail

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Navigating the highschool years can be so difficult some times. We want our teens to learn responsibility and we need to teach them how to be organized and how to stay on task to get all of their work and assignments done.  Sometimes our teens will fail, and that is okay. I remember when my […]

Engineering Prosthetic Tails FREE Lesson Plan for Middle School


I love finding fun STEM activities for my older students to get them excited about the STEM field and experiment with different types of science activities. We are loving the free lesson plans and unit studies from Engineering is Elementary. This engineering curriculum is geared for grades 6-8 and will help your students tackle real […]

5 Geography Websites for Middle Schoolers


Geography is a lot of fun to teach, but it can become increasingly harder as our children get into those middle school years. In Middle School comes a lot more research on different countries and more report writing as well. Long gone are the days of going to the library for hours of research, or […]

FREE Mark Antony (83-30 B.C.E.) Biography Workbook for High School


If your homeschool is reading biographies this year for World History, this Mark Antony biography workbook will be a great addition to your list. This printable ten-page workbook features a biography of the celebrated Roman general and statesman, Mark Antony, interspersed with questions. The workbook is designed for grades seven through twelve. Learn more with your […]

How Homeschoolers Can Secure Scholarships for College in 6 Steps


Melissa is one of our behind-the-scenes helpers over here at HSG. She has a daughter in eleventh grade and they have been wondering how they were going to afford college. We came across The Scholarship System and it looked like something that might help them overcome this hurdle, so we reached out to them and asked […]

The Ultimate Guide to Teaching Shakespeare in Elementary and Middle School


There is so much fun that can be had when teaching Shakespeare to your older students. I remember learning Shakespeare when I was in middle school and it was such a bore. It was awful and the most dreaded thing. Since homeschooling, I have to come to love and enjoy Shakespeare and so have my kids. […]

How to Build a Wave Machine FREE Middle School Science Lesson


I am always looking for fun and engaging science activities for my middle school aged children. I found an awesome Science lesson from Engaging Science that is geared towards children age 11-14. This is an engineering style lesson that also teaches you about how sound waves move. Your children will follow the instructions to build […]