Homeschooling Multiple Ages – Best of Hodgepodge

Homeschooling Multiple Ages - Best of Hodgepodge We teach an age range of five children from one who just turned five up to 15. Preschool, elementary, middle school and high school. For a long time I’ve called it Layers and Levels of Learning. That one-room schoolhouse type of learning. But Lasagna Learning describes it much more accurately.

Of course most all of the homeschooling posts here at Hodgepodge include some how tos on homeschooling multiple ages. However, these are the top posts you chose based on your reading and pinning!

Homeschooling Multiple Ages

  1. Helpful Homeschool Habits for Multiple Ages
  2. Bible Study and Character Training for Multiple Ages
  3. Ten Parts of the Hodgepodge Homeschool Schedule
  4. Hands on Geography for Multiple Ages
  5. A Recipe for Teaching Multiple Ages – Day 1 of 10 Days of Lasagna Learning
  6. The Three Rs for Multiple Ages
  7. Tapestry of Grace at Hodgepodge
  8. Afternoon Quiet Time for All Ages
  9. Teaching Art with Multiple Ages
  10. A Day in the Life at Hodgepodge


All the Hodgepodge homeschooling multiple ages posts

Starting a Morning Routine A hodgepodge of general homeschooling posts our readers loved most!

  1. Helpful Homeschool Habits for Multiple Ages
  2. Our IKEA and Chalkboard Homeschool Room
  3. Helpful Habits
  4. How to Start a Homeschool Routine
  5. Are Your Children Socialized?
  6. How to Fit in All The Extras
  7. Helpful Habit – Before 8:45
  8. Hodgepodge Curricula 2012-2013
  9. Help! I’m Homeschooling! 10 Pieces of Advice I Wish I’d Known
  10. 10 Science Fair Project Ideas

Science with Multiple Ages at Hodgepodge Homeschooling Multiple Ages by Subject

How to Homeschool Preschoolers at Hodgepodge I Can’t Homeschool Because of the Little Ones – an Ultimate List of Resources

Weekly Homeschool Planning Meeting with Multiple Ages

Help I'm Homeschooling 250

Help!  I’m Homeschooling! For over a fourteen years we’ve turned to our habits as the ‘bones’ of our day. Our habits help us accomplish a basic school day and get food on the table. With babies, toddlers, stacks of school books, hungry mouths and now towering teens, these are the basic routes I’ve discovered for seeing results.
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What’s the best piece of parenting or homeschooling advice you received this year? One tip you would share for teaching multiple ages? Click to comment…


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      Phyllis – what an honor to be dubbed a queen by you! So much I have learned from you about teaching through activities – especially baking and recipes! Your homeschool is a celebration every day. Yes, and like you, I am always learning. I have learned a few things that have worked for us over the dozen years we’ve been privileged to homeschool. Those habits that are just part of our days. I pray these will encourage and help many.

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