Do-It-Yourself Homeschool - Core Curriculum Journal - For Eclectic Learners
- Over 360 pages of daily creative learning activities.
- 6 or 12 week homeschooling plan.
- Cover every required subject while focusing on your child's interests, passions and career goals.
- Best for ages 9 to 14.
- For a 12 week plan use 6 pages per day, for a 6 week plan use 12 pages per day.
- This Core curricum journal can be used as your main homeschooling handbook, just add a math program and books about your child's interests.
- Students will use the internet or perhaps a newspaper for some of the activities. They will also need access to educational media.
- Students can create a portfolio of their work with this journal.
This book includes many activity pages:
Math Practice Pages
Listening Time (Audio Books)
- Choose library books about anything you want to study including books about science, travel/geography, literature, cultures, skill building, math, inventions, history, and any other topic that is interesting or necessary.
This journal is perfect for Unschoolers and Delight Directed Learners. They’ll need access to library books, audio books, tutorials, documentaries, and classical music to get the most out of this journal as they cover the basic school subjects. This book is sure to delight all students, especially struggling and reluctant learners.
This journal is perfect for students with Dyslexia, ADHD, Autism and Asperger’s. We have included Art & Logic Games that help with dyslexia, reading confusion, and letter reversals. We also use the Dyslexie font for easier reading for Dyslexic students.
Michelle’s son is loving this approach:
“I purchased this book for my son. We homeschool year round and we love the fact that you choose your own books, movies/documentaries, and you can choose the way you study and fill this book out. This is something he can do on his own or with me. He chooses his books and then a few weeks later chooses different books. Many people think the fact that the pages repeat with different art but with the same concept that kids will be bored with it, but the kids choose their books so how could they get bored? If they do get bored they simply pick new books. They can switch books as often or as little as they would like. We go to the library twice a week. You can also use books that you already have so you do no have to go to the library as often.”
“This is a fantastic basic open ended journal for your child (or yourself! I have one!) To guide and record and process what is studied. Pick books to read, videos to watch, favorite passages to copy. Listen to a story or biography and color, take notes, draw, or doodle while listening or reading. This is a non religious journal, and open ended for a variety of ages. Use it to encourage your child to learn how to research, take notes, and enjoy learning!” ~Amaroq45