- My high school student is nearing graduation. What will he/she need to do to receive a diploma?
- Is a home school diploma accepted for college?
- Should my student just test for a GED? Why or Why not?
The truth is, your answer will probably vary by state, but mostly the answers should be pretty close or the same as the ones in this post. With homeschool on the rise I am not sure how many of the 50 states have their own graduation ceremony. So this is the best of my knowledge and based off of what I have found out for our state.
- If your state offers a graduation ceremony, you will need to get with your homeschool organization and provide them with all of the necessary documents needed for graduation.
- Listening Well – asks your child questions about what they heard from the audio.
- Thinking Further – asks your child questions that go deeper, requires more investigating and draws conclusions about the actions or speculate intentions of the characters from the audio.
- Defining word – inlcudes a small list of vocabulary words that were used through out the audio drama, that your child can look up and define and build their vocabulary.
When we first recieved the audio, we listened to it several different times. We love audios for homeschool, but we especially love that we can be on the go and have some stories to listen to while we are out on the go. Helps time pass, keeps some learning in our day and preoccupies the kiddo’s. The audio story is full of adventure and held my kiddo’s attention, even sparked their own adventures to act out in their fun time. (Which was sort of amusing, I must admit.)
After listening two the audio a couple of times, merely just trying to enjoy the adventure, I would toss out a few questions covering portions of the study guide. I didnt want to over do any questions like I was drilling them, but merely wanted them to stop and think about what I was asking and how it related to the audio. We did not use all of the study guide but we did hit and miss through out the study guide. All in all this is a great audio, even if you do not use the study guide I would definitely recommend the audio adventure.
We started this great writing copy book that I ran across over at Kirsten Joy Awake. Super awesome and my kiddos love it. I love that she offers the dotted letter tracing writing that shows children who are learning to write, plus she includes print and cursive all together with each verse. Easy use! I have one who is begging to learn cursive and another eager to learn but not in a hurry. 🙂
Right now we are doing the ABC’s Scripture Verses. Plain and simple if you are looking for copy work whether your kiddos are just learning to write, writing in print or learning cursive, this is a great FREEBIE you want to check out. I do not know how long this offer will be good for. So get it while you can now. You can save it for later and print when you are ready to use it.
Volume ONE has 90 pages and Volume TWO has 103 pages, and best of all again she is offering her BIBLE WRITER Copywork pdf’s FREE.
To get your FREE copies, click the attached links below: