High School Homeschool Curriculum Choices

High School Curriculum Choices at Hodgepodge

This past month I have shared the span from preschool to middle school – our curriculum choices for each age and stage. Today we reach high school. We are headed into our third year of high school. This year we again have two high schoolers – young adults in 10th and 11th grade. Two high […]

The Catch Up Days of Homeschool

The Catch Up Days of #Homeschool www.hodgepodge.me

With unusual snow and ice this winter, we’ve had some sidetracks in our homeschool. We’ve needed to ‘catch up’ here and there in different subjects. So this week I decided we would have catch up days. Catch up days are good not only for catching up but also for switching up the routine. Sometimes it […]

Apologia Marine Biology Review

Apologia Marine Biology Studies at the Georgia Aquarium www.thecurriculumchoice.com

I’m sharing a review and giveaway of Apologia’s Marine Biology course for high school at The Curriculum Choice! There are plastic sea creatures in my bathtub – an octopus, several sharks. There are also family passes to the Georgia Aquarium in my wallet. And, thanks to Apologia, we have wonderful textbooks, a multimedia CD and […]

The Flexibility of Homeschool

The Flexibility of Homeschool www.hodgepodge.me

Last week I noticed all the many comforts of homeschool. This week I was struck by the flexibility we have. There wasn’t really but one ‘regular’ day this week. Is there really a regular day when homeschooling? Here’s what I noticed… Tuesday – Little ones are done and off playing. They’ll join us for Olympic […]

The Many Benefits of Winter Games 2014 Unit Study with Multiple Ages

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We are enjoying Winter Games 2014 unit study by Amanda Bennett now and spreading it out through the February Winter Olympic games. I’ll be sharing more about what we are doing in our homeschool wrap ups and Collage Friday posts. But I can already tell you… This is our third time enjoying an Amanda Bennett […]

The Comforts of Homeschool

The Many Comforts of Homeschool www.hodgepodge.me

It occurred to me this week, as it often does. This homeschool life is full of comforts. But this time I was intentional to catch the images. The many, many comforts of homeschool. How blessed we are to do this thing together. And how quickly these children grow, how fleeting the time. So today, a […]

Homeschooling Children of Multiple Ages – Joys and Challenges

Homeschooling Children of Multiple Ages - Joys and Challenges www.hodgepodge.me

This week has been one of those weeks I have truly felt  – yep, we are homeschooling multiple ages. Both the joys and challenges of our age range. Earlier in the week I had the privilege of being on a panel of fellow mamas talking about this very subject. We discussed joys, challenges, how we […]

Mid-Term Homeschool Assessment

Mid-term #Homeschool Assessment www.hodgepodge.me

Remember a few weeks ago when I shared about finding the heart of homeschool? “…I have also made a purposeful change. I have been asking the Lord to bless us. Because He has shown me in many ways “…you do not have because you do not ask.” James 4:2 Today, along with Collage Friday photos […]

High School Resources at The Ultimate Homeschool Pinterest Party!

The Ultimate Homeschool Pinterest Party

Welcome! I have the privilege of co-hosting the Ultimate Homeschool Pinterest Party each week with these wonderful ladies: Jamerrill @FreeHomeschoolDeals Jenn @ Daze of Adventure Toni @ The Happy Housewife Staci @ Motherhood on a Dime Tricia @ Hodgepodge So your pins will show up on all five sites! And the party starts every Friday […]

Homeschooling Multiple Ages: Curriculum Choices

Hodgepodge #Homeschool Curricula for Multiple Ages www.hodgepodge.me

This last week I’ve shared our curriculum choices for 2013-2014 from kindergarten to high school. If you missed any of our individual plans, you can find a list at the bottom of this post. Because of that age range, we do many of our subjects and learning all together. Layers and levels  – lasagna learning. […]

Homeschooling High School: Curriculum, Organization, Planning

Homeschooling High School Curriculum Choices and Organization at www.hodgepodge.me

This past week I have shared the span from kindergarten to middle school – our curriculum choices for 2013-2014. Today we reach high school and in my next post I’ll share the resources we use with all our ages – together. This is the year we have two high schoolers – 9th grade Eldest Boy […]

Triple 1070: Personal Biblical Finance for High School

Triple1070 Curriculum

Update!! There’s a 48 hour sale – details at the end! During May our Southern Hodgepodge of sites was sponsored by Triple 1070. I’m so very thankful because this is the course I sure wish I’d had in high school! This post contains affiliate links because we have used this curriculum in our home, thoroughly enjoyed […]