Ernest Hemingway: A Highschool Literature Study


I love finding topics and authors that interest my teens and turning it into a unit study. Ernest Hemingway produced most of his work between the mid-1920s and the mid-1950s, and won the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1954. Many of his works are considered classics of American literature. He was a very interesting man, that led an adventurous […]

FREE Westward Expansion Unit Study


This Westward Expansion Unity Study about pioneers and the Westward Expansion is full, fun and meaningful. It is literature-rich and includes a good amount of project-based learning. The unit study is thorough and chronological for your upper elementary and middle school homeschooler. It includes reading for research with notebooking, timeline and map work, reading for […]

FREE Sherlock Holmes Themed Printables and Freebies

FREE Sherlock Holmes Themed Printables and Resources

If your older students love detective and mystery stories they will love learning about Sherlock Holmes.Sherlock Holmes is probably one of the most popular detectives ever written about. His character is well known around the world for his analytical skills and his ability to sort through very complex clues to solve a crime. He is […]

3 Ways to Assign Highschool Credit


If you are new to homeschooling highschool you may be a little overwhelmed and wondering exactly how to assign highschool credits. There are different ways to earn a highschool credit. It does not have to be done the traditional textbook way. So if you are nervous about not being able to homeschool to your favorite […]

FREE Homeschool High School Reading List Record Form


We all know how important it is to keep records of all the work completed in homeschool. This FREE Homeschool High School (or Middle School) Reading List Record Form is an easy way to track the books your homeschooler has read. The concept is super easy and lets your homeschooler keep track of their own book […]

5 Artworks to Intrigue Your High Schooler


We love doing artist study in our homeschool. This is something my little ones have always enjoyed, but I really want to continue this as my children get older.The Art Curator has come up with 5 artworks that your high schooler may be interested in studying. These selections are good for all ages, but the older ages […]

Hands-On Explorations of the Pythagorean Theorem


The pythagorean theorem can sometimes be a hard concept for middle school students to understand. Math can be tricky to understand and even trickier to teach at times. This is why hands on methods are so important to try, even in the upper grades! Hands on activities activate more regions of the brain, which in […]