Did you know that students can earn *credit* for:
*volunteer work hours
*and other types of work completed
To keep track of hours worked that you would like to count as credit towards a diploma. In order for these work hours to count they must be documented.
According to SCDE Regulations, 306 work hours = 1 credit.
UCHU-Accountability Association has provided a Student Employment Work Sheet (click the link to go to that form) that may be used to help students keep track and receive verification of work hours by their immediate overseer/supervisor.
If you should have further questions regarding this subject feel free to contact me.
Serving You and Yours,
Lots of new links have been added to the website as free resources.
Math resources for K-7th grade
New Foreign Language resources
Virtual Tours……to Africa
and a few more.
Just peruse through the website and you may just find what you are looking for! :)
Math enrichment is always plus to help solidify concepts learned.
The link below is a great online FREE resource to utilize with your children for immediate feed back. :)
Sadlier Oxford Education Publishing from K-12 <<<<Click on the link to the left
Personally, I have always been a photographic learning. My brain somehow would take a *picture* of whatever I saw and I’d remember it. Thus, I really DIDN’T need to study a lot for my classes.
As of recent I learned that I am a right brain learner.
Additionally, I’ve been introduced to the fact that knowing what type of learning your are rather right or left, makes a difference in how quickly a student can grasp information.
Needless to say that I was clueless in how to help my student who is a struggling spelling how to learn how to learn how to spell.
For me all I had to do is see it, write a couple of times and I got it!
For my speller in question, nothing I was doing was working.
I sought out help and some ideas on what to do. A dear friend sent me this article a few days ago. Right away I read it and put it to practice.
The results were positive. We only went over four spelling words in four minutes and she got it!!!
You too may find value and worth in this article.
Please post a comment if you do. :)
Using your imagination and being creative is a major part of life. People who are creative are not only those in the arts, but those who can problem solve and create solutions to major problems.
What types of things do YOU do to stimulate your child’s creativity?
I’m sure we each can testify to the fact of our children having VERY LARGE imaginations.
Just in case you are looking for some other creative ways this link will be a great resource to help develop it all the more.
Click on the word >>>HERE<<< to learn at least 25 more ways to stimulate their creative minds. :)
Folks today is Super Saturday!!
On Super Saturday posts you will find a smorgasbord of various information and posts of great variety.
Today’s Super Saturday is about an impressive website named http://www.Neo12.com
This is a SUPER AMAZING website in which you can find all sorts of fun videos on a variety of topics. For preschools up to high school.
If you would like to plan an *unschooling* day (learning based on the desire and interest of the child for the day or week) then this will be a great resource to have.
Here is the list of subject matter which equates to hundreds of video links:
Earth and Space
How it works?
How it’s made?
Our God is a Great God!!! How Great IS OUR GOD!!!
Today on Thought Provoking Thursday this video is a great teaching tool to help in Science, Bible, Music and Apologetics.
As you and your children take the time to look at this video think upon the following Scripture verse.
1 Praise the Lord.
Praise the Lord from the heavens;
praise him in the heights above.
2 Praise him, all his angels;
praise him, all his heavenly hosts.
3 Praise him, sun and moon;
praise him, all you shining stars.
4 Praise him, you highest heavens
and you waters above the skies.
5 Let them praise the name of the Lord,
for at his command they were created,
6 and he established them for ever and ever—
he issued a decree that will never pass away.
7 Praise the Lord from the earth,
you great sea creatures and all ocean depths,
8 lightning and hail, snow and clouds,
stormy winds that do his bidding,
9 you mountains and all hills,
fruit trees and all cedars,
10 wild animals and all cattle,
small creatures and flying birds,
11 kings of the earth and all nations,
you princes and all rulers on earth,
12 young men and women,
old men and children.
13 Let them praise the name of the Lord,
for his name alone is exalted;
his splendor is above the earth and the heavens.
14 And he has raised up for his people a horn,[b]
the praise of all his faithful servants,
of Israel, the people close to his heart.
Praise the Lord.
Homeschooling Moms of great creativity never cease to amaze me. I can appreciate them so much because I *lack* creativity (in the area of crafts and incorporating that into homeschooling) great. :)
I thought I’d share this creative idea as it relates to teaching children address facts.
It’s so neat! Hope many of you consider using it.
I do believe that I will. :)
Clothespin Easy Math (click the light brown title/lettering <<<<< )
Don’t forget to print off the printable information. :)
If you have been homeschooling for any period of time you may have come to realize that FORMS make homeschooling and keeping records that much easier!
In our state, homeschooling under Option 3 comes with quite a few regulations we must follow.
Such as attendance.
Keeping attendance of at a minimum of 180 days is important. So, attendance forms are a great asset.
(click on the underlined links below to see the forms)
How about looking towards the high school years.
Those *special four years* will be here before you know it.
Do you have them planned out? Do you know what courses will be great to take in order to satisfy the minimum college prep courses?
If not, here’s a form to help you do just that.
Even the following form is more detailed which will inform you of the number of credits needed per subject matter while in the high school years.
I bet you are thinking……”Yes, it’s great to have this four year plan form to complete. But what should I put on it?”
Well, I’m glad you asked.
Here are *some* suggestions. This list is not exhaustive by any means. But it will give you some ideas to plan along with your student for their race towards the goal of *graduation.*
Now if you are thinking about the day to day planning of your homeschooling, these forms may help:
Or if you’d like to have a little more space to write out the plans, then here is a:
Well, I think this will help you get off to a good start or better start in your *form* library for homeschooling. :)
Stay tuned for:
students daily schedule form