Let’s talk reading lists! And I mean REAL reading lists. Books that your kiddo is expected to read. I feel like all of the reading lists I find, especially for the lower elementary years, are for read alouds. Now, read alouds are great! They are necessary. But, I need a go-to list of books for my kids to read themselves, too. Enter, my first grade reading list.
So, let’s talk planning. The question I was asked the most when I brought up starting a homeschool blog with my friends was, “How do you plan your day?” So, let’s dig into it, and some of the other methods of homeschool planning.
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What’s better than a FREE planner printable?! Who here likes to plan?! Guess what?! I don’t! I’m not a planner. Not when it comes to writing paper plans.
I know how many assignments my kids need to do for each subject each week, so I just make sure they get those done and we do them in order. When we’re done with lesson 34, we move onto lesson 35. There’s no reason to write this stuff down, right!? Wrong…well, at least in my case.
Who’s kid doesn’t love LEGOs?! My son came running downstairs with this contraption today and I thought it was just going to be another typical LEGO creation. Not so! This totally counts at STEM science for the day, right??