30+ Educational Games for Middle & High School

Even Middle and High Schoolers love to play games, so why not make them Educational too! Check out some of our favorite games that can reinforce math, spelling, logic, music and more! :: www.homeschoolgiveaways.com

My oldest is now in middle school – 6th grade to be exact. He loves math. He dislikes spelling and grammar. He also loves games. His favorite are strategy games that require math, logic and reasoning. And even though he doesn’t really like spelling, we like to play games with him to help reinforce words […]

FREE Explorers Game for Middle and High Schoolers

World Explorers and Travelers Game

Over 200 questions quiz your middle and high schooler’s knowledge of world explorers and travelers! The World Explorers and Travelers Game covers men and women from Pytheas to Neil Armstrong and beyond. There are lots of lesser-known explorers included, along with some who are very familiar. Engage students with hours and spark some fascinating investigations […]

FREE Reformation Quiz Pack for High School

Protestant Reformation Quiz Pack

If you’re looking for ways to help your older students learn about the Protestant Reformation, grab this free quiz pack today! This 42-page quiz pack for upper middle school and high school students looks at the lives of several key individuals involved with the Protestant Reformation including Martin Luther, John Hus, John Calvin, John Knox, […]

$10 off Techie Homeschool Photography Club (ends October 1)

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Got a homeschooler interested in photography? Join Beth Napoli (Techie Homeschool Mom) and her family for the Techie Homeschool Photography Club. Using the online course Photography for Kids, your family will participate in 12 weekly photo adventures, then share your images with other families in the private club. Kids will evaluate each other’s photos and […]

A Look Back at Modern History Unit 8: 2000-2004

A Look Back at Modern History 2000-2004

Which happened first – archaeologists unearthed a huge Mayan palace in a jungle in Guatemala or the respiratory ailment SARS is declared a worldwide health threat? The last unit in our A Look Back at Modern History series challenges your student’s knowledge of the sequence of events from 2000-2004. Fifty events are given that must be […]

A Look Back at Modern History Unit 7: 1995-1999

A Look Back at Modern History 1995-1999

Which happened first – The Summer Olympics open in Atlanta, Georgia or 77-year-old U.S. Senator John Glenn returns to Earth after a mission onboard the space shuttle Discovery? A Look Back at Modern History Unit 7 challenges your student’s knowledge of the sequence of events from 1995-1999. Fifty events are given that must be placed in […]

A Look Back at Modern History Unit 6: 1990-1994

A Look Back at Modern History 1990-1994

Which happened first – The first crossing of Antarctica by dog sled is completed or the space shuttle Endeavor lifts off on its first flight? A Look Back at Modern History Unit 6 challenges your student’s knowledge of the sequence of events from 1990-1994. Fifty events are given that must be placed in chronological order, and […]

Free Summer Nature Study Makes Learning Science Easy and Fun!

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Looking for some educational summer fun? A summer nature study for elementary and middle school ages that includes the study of biology, physical science, and chemistry keeps learning science a “real life” adventure all summer long! Over my family’s years of homeschooling, nature study was one of our favorite activities and it didn’t stop just […]