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PDF (8+) Core Journal - Homeschooling Active Boys - Do-It-Yourself

PDF (8+) Core Journal - Homeschooling Active Boys - Do-It-Yourself

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Homeschooling Active Boys - Do-It-Yourself - Spring Journal: 60 Day Curriculum Handbook


Use this book with your choice of internet-based learning tools, games, tutorials, eBooks, library books, and any random books and learning tools that you happen to have at home. This book will give you a structure for homeschooling using what you have access to!


Your student will use ten pages each day, and will be prompted to do several different learning activities. Once students get started with this homechooling plan they generally need very little help from a parent or teacher.

Perfect for homeschooling boys in 2nd-5th grade. Kids under 8 will need a little help.


Do you have an active boy in your home? If he would rather be climbing trees the Active Boys journal might be what you are looking for. Cover all the standard school subjects while tapping into your son’s interests. This curriculum journal is great for all students, especially reluctant learners.


Uses the Dyslexie Font to make reading easy for children with reading confusion. Perfect for students with Dyslexia, Asperger's Syndrome, ADHD and other learning challenges.


Other pages you’ll find in the Active Boys Journal (some less than others):


Math Practice Pages: have your child use this page with his current math book or practice problems. He can also use it while watching a math tutorial on YouTube or an online math program.

How Are You Feeling Today?: an excellent way of discussing feeling and emotions and how our emotions affect others.

Thinking Time: Logic puzzles to complete.

Letter Doodles (just fun coloring which also gives the child a different way to ‘feel’ how letters are made)

Nature Study: have your child go outside and draw what he sees. He can also use his nature books to copy an illustration or cut something from a magazine or print from the computer and paste it on the Nature Study page.

Fun Writing Practice pages give your child the opportunity to create a whole new font, practice handwriting, or if on the younger side copy the alphabet.

Animal Quiz, how much do you know about this animal

World News Today: tell the stories in words or pictures.

Listening Time: Use classical music or an audio book and color, doodle, and/or draw.


Depending on your child’s age you can have him dig as deep into topics and subjects and write more or less. For an older student require more writing with some illustrations. With a younger child have him illustrate more with some writing maybe a word pointing to a part of the picture. These journals allow you create a customized plan for whatever age or stage your son is in.


Journals are ideal for students with Dyslexia, Asperger's Syndrome, ADHD, and other learning challenges. Sarah Janisse Brown is a dyslexic therapist and creator of Dyslexia Games ( Sarah has helped many moms Flip to Fun-Schooling using her Curriculum Journals.

Watch this video to learn more and see inside.



“My son who HATES school is doing really well this book. The assignments or pages to do each day differ slightly so it don't get hoo humm boring. He gets to use what he is interested in and the day goes much smoother. Wonderful product” An Amazon Customer


Moyers’ son loves this book:

“My 8 year old son loves this journal! It keeps Homeschooling fun and exciting for him! He especially loves the nature pages and movie time pages. He loves animal documentaries and enjoys using them for his school.”


Thinking Tree Learning Levels:

A1 = Pre Reader (Pre-K) ages 2-5

A2 = Beginning Readers (K-1st) ages 6-7

B1 = Early Elementary (2nd-3rd) ages 8-9

B2 = Upper Elementary (4th-6th) ages 10-11

C1 = Junior High (7th-8th) ages 12-14

C2 = High school + (9th-adult) ages 13+


Many Thinking Tree Journals span a wide variety of ages because the students use books at his/her reading level. For example, some journals may say for ages 7-17 because you customize it and meet the student where he’s at

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