Homeschool Math with Multiple Ages

Homeschool Math for Multiple Ages at Hodgepodge

This post contains my referral link, please see my disclosure policy. Much about math with multiple ages? Well, you might not think it’s much. Because we basically have two resources that have worked well for our students so far. Lil’ Buddy will start Saxon K next year. But I am sharing how we actually get math done with all the grades plus the natural progression

Layers and Levels of Unit Studies 2


Making a salt dough map of Italy as part of our Tapestry of Grace geography studies. This was another one of those weeks when the layers and levels of unit studies were the highlight of our homeschool. There were many subjects that we enjoyed together – all ages. Plus several subjects that overlapped and complimented nicely. I love it when that happens – which is

Hodgepodge Curricula 2010-2011


2010-2011: 7th, 6th and 3rd grades plus two preschoolers Tapestry of Grace Year 4 “From Teddy Roosevelt to Sept 11th” everyone participates in this unit study approach which includes History, Writing, Vocabulary, Geography, Bible, Worldview, Arts and Activities, Literature and Music. We use workboxes with Tapestry. Read about how I am the Tapestry cheerleader here All Tapestry posts here Bible – Plants Grown Up and