Monthly Archives: April 2013

Economics for Everybody Review

I’m working on planning next year’s curriculum. Confession time, I’m almost ALWAYS planning next year’s curriculum. Maybe I should spend more time focusing on THIS year’s? David is in high school now. I worried and fretted about it for years ahead of time. But actually, it’s been a pretty good year. Maybe I shouldn’t have […]

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E is for Evaluate with #Free #Homeschool Evaluation Questionnaire

It’s time to make decisions about curriculum again, and the first step is evaluation. I created this list of questions to ask my children a couple of years ago. I didn’t use the survey last year, but will be using it again for this school year. I’ve also created a simple, free, printable questionnaire for you! […]

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D is for Decisions

It’s that time of year again. For a curriculum junkie like me, it’s one of my favorites. All the new curriculum catalogs arrive! I can look and think and imagine what our homeschool is going to look like next year. I can make a giant list of everything I would love to have for each […]

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B is for Books and C is for Capital

So once again, I missed the 2nd week of Blogging through the Alphabet. But I’m not going to let that stop me. I’m going to bend the rules a bit and do 2 letters in one post so I can catch up. First, B is for Books. My husband and I share a common weakness. It’s […]

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