Homeschool Antics is a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, an affiliate advertising program designed to provide a means for sites to earn advertising fees by advertising and linking to amazon.com. Today is one of my favorite days of the year! It’s Pi Day! Celebrated on March 14th each … Continue reading
When I first started thinking about homeschooling I found a lot of people were suggesting I find a curriculum that might work for our family. It was at this time I realized I didn’t quite know how to define curriculum. In my head I knew what it meant, but I … Continue reading
Spring is in the air and birds are chirping everywhere! Spring is one of my favorite seasons (shhhhh, I actually love them all for different reasons!). Birds have a special place in my heart and they are so much fun to watch. In our area we have the annual sandhill … Continue reading
One of the homeschooling perks I’ve discovered over the past few years is sick days. Sure we may have to cancel an activity or play date, but we don’t have to worry about how many absentees we’re accumulating. Since we’re not worried about accumulating absentees we can stay home and … Continue reading
Homeschooling can be overwhelming. Did anyone ever tell you that? I’m trying to think back if anyone ever offered up that advice to me or not, but I’m here to tell you, homeschooling can be overwhelming. Everyone goes through it at some point, especially if you’re just starting out and … Continue reading
My girls were in the driver’s seat for deciding what theme would be on the blog this month. Their choice? The ocean! This is a fantastic opportunity to learn more about coral reefs, fish, the ocean zones, conservation, and more. The oceans cover 71% of the Earth’s surface and makes … Continue reading
When I think of superheroes I think of superpowers. My thoughts on super powers range from the creative to the scientific. What superpower would I want to have if I could have any of them? Is it possible for someone in real life to have a superpower? TED-Ed is one … Continue reading
Let’s make math fun for those superhero lovers out there! Here are three basic counting and addition worksheets for beginner math practice. Just click on each image below for the free printable pdf.
In line with the superhero theme for the month I found a fantastic complimentary online class for you. Coursera is offering a How to Make a Comic Book class. It started on January 2nd, but you should still be able to get in on it.
Through this project based course, your student will learn the process of creating a comic book by creating a comic book. Continue reading
Were you a fan of superheroes as a kid? Are your kids fans of superheroes now? Let me ask a question more related to homeschooling. Do your kids enjoy writing? Do they fight you on it or are they excited to get their words down on paper. My kids are … Continue reading