Browsing Category : 7th Grade

How to Teach MATH


Learn How To Teach MATH in your Homeschool! In this eCourse I’ll show you my tips to reduce frustration, make math fun, and increase understanding! Take this Course Need Help teaching Math to your students? Here are some of the most common frustrations for homeschooling families… Frustration over teaching new concepts Figuring out why your student doesn’t comprehend the material…

Note Taking Pages Bundle


Hi friends! I have a super fun Note Taking bundle for you today. Hopefully you saw my How to Study series of videos, if not go back and check those out. To go along with that I thought it would be fun to crate a Note Taking Pages Bundle for my students and you too!   –>> Get the Note…

Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH


Hi friends, I have a new middle-school level literature units for you! Today’s release is the new literature unit for Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of Nimh, a classic story written by Robert C. O’Brien. The literature unit comes with chapter by chapter comprehension questions as well as a teacher answer key for each chapter too.     –> Get…

What’s in the Workbox: 7th Grade 2017


Hi friends! I’m back with another What’s in the Workbox Wednesday post. Except that it’s Tuesday…so…whatever. I’m sharing it anyway! Today I’m showing you my 7th grader’s workboxes so you can see what he does each day. So let’s check out Turbo’s day, watch my What’s in the Workbox 7th Grade video here! 7th Grade Curriculum: Art: World’s Greatest Artists…

2016-2017 Mid-year Curriculum Review


Hi friends! Every year I do a mid-year curriculum review just to assess our curriculum choices, make sure we’re on track, and that the curriculum is performing well for us. Mid-year is a great time to make any curriculum changes, start something new, and just freshen up your curriculum!     So far this year we’ve been really happy with…

Percy Jackson Literature Unit


I’m so excited to launch my first of hopefully many middle-school level literature units for you! Today’s release is the new literature unit for Percy Jackson: The Lightning Thief. It comes with chapter by chapter lesson plans as well as comprehension questions for each chapter too.     Teacher’s Manual: Each unit comes with chapter by chapter teacher’s lessons that…

2016-2017 7th Grade Homeschool Curriculum


Hi everyone! Today I’m sharing our 2016-2017 7th Grade homeschool curriculum with you. We’re making some changes around here this year, and I’ll tell you all about it in the video!   This year we’re focusing on a little more independent work for my son. As they get into 6th, 7th, and 8th grades I think it’s important for them…

World’s Greatest Artists Video Review


Hi everyone! I thought it would be fun to do a quick video showing you what my World’s Greatest Artists curriculum looks like, and of course there are a ton of art projects that you’ll be creating as well throughout the curriculum.   So let’s take a look at the curriculum! Learn about the World’s Greatest Artists here!    …

7th Grade Homeschool Workload


Hey guys! I’m back today with another What’s in the Workbox? video for you all! Today we’re taking a look into my 7th grader’s daily homeschool workboxes.   It’s crazy to think that I have a 7th grader, but here we are in Jr. High already! I’ve been homeschooling her for 8 years an that just seems crazy to me!…

2015 7th Grade Homeschool Schedule


I don’t know about you, but 7th grade is a little bit intimidating! It just seems like things start getting more serious around now. High school is on the horizon, and this mama can’t believe that her baby girl is officially in Jr. High! If you’ve been following my daily schedules you’ll notice I’m in denial about my kids getting…