Creating Lesson Plans for Homeschooling
With the homeschool calendar in hand, you can begin planning what you will be doing on each of those days. With help from this article, you will be making great lesson plans in no time!
Creating Lesson Plans for HomeschoolingAfter you have identified the school days in your school year, you will be ready to start planning what you will be doing on each of those days. This is where lesson planning comes in to the equation. You will need to create a lesson plan for each student for each school day. This plan determines what you will teach and when you will teach it throughout the year. As you start to create a lesson plan, refer back to your list of subjects and curricula for each student for the coming year; an excerpt of a sample subject/curriculum list is shown. Extract of a Subject/Curriculum List for a Student
|Grade||Student Level||Subjects||Teaching Materials||Curriculum Elements|
|Grace||5th Grade||English (Literature, writing, spelling, grammar)||Book club||Borrow books to read from library as needed|
|Grammar||Grammar: A Journey Through Grammar Land, Pt. 1|
|Spelling||Sitton Spelling Workbook|
|Sitton Spelling Source Book|
|Period study (1700-1800)||American Revolution Battles and Leaders|
|Founding Fathers DVD|
|The Revolutionary War Memoirs of General Henry Lee|
|Frontier Living: An Illustrated Guide to Pioneer Life in America|
|Math||Math 5th Grade Level||Saxon 6/5 Math|
|Facts Practice Workbook|
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