How to Grade for High School

How to Grade for High School

When it comes to creating or maintaining a high school transcript many homeschool parents feel a little overwhelmed with the idea of assigning grades. Of course it's relatively easy to grade subjective subjects like math and science where where the answers are either right or wrong. You can use a simple grading scale where the percentage of right answers translates to a letter grade. For example: 90-100% = A 80-89% = B 70-79% = C 60-69% = D 0-59% = F But what about those subjects such as English composition or history where the answers are more along the line...

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Spring Cleaning Blog Hop

Spring Cleaning Blog Hop

These stay-at-home days are perfect for tackling some in-depth spring cleaning and home organization. This week members of our Blog Team will be sharing their best tips for getting and staying organized, inspiration for de-cluttering, favorite housekeeping hacks, fun ideas for spring decor and more! Check it out!   You are invited to the Inlinkz link party! Click here to enter

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Recent Reviews from Our Blog Team

Recent Reviews from Our Blog Team

Check out these great product reviews from members of our Blog Team! Do-a-Dot Shimmer Kit One Luckey Wife  Daisy says, "My daughter just loves these. She was excited the moment she saw them and immediately told me they were paints even though we’ve never had marker paints." Read more... Natural World Workshop MamaBean's Blog Tracey says, "The kit comes with beautiful opaque watercolors, a high-quality brush and four prints to paint. I was very impressed with how vibrant the paint was, not at all washed out like standard watercolor paint." Read more... Zoology 2 Junior Notebooking Journal Oaxacaborn Gina says,...

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Short-Term Homeschooling

Short-Term Homeschooling

We have been contacted by many of you who find yourselves unexpectedly homeschooling and are looking for help to come up with an academic plan for your child...

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Meet Jillian B. currently in Oahu, Hawaii

Meet Jillian B. currently in Oahu, Hawaii

We are a military family with 3 kids, 2 dogs, and 1 cat. We enjoy swimming together in pools and at the beach. How do you Timberdoodle? I googled curriculums good for kids with ADHD as that is the main reason why we decided to homeschool. Timberdoodle was one of the first curriculums to pop up. I gave the curriculum a look, along with going to a homeschool convention. Timberdoodle seemed to have the perfect amount and type of hands-on activities for my children to find enjoyable. So far we have really enjoyed using Timberdoodle. It was an easy transition...

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