Your Favourite HSI Posts from 2014

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Your Favourite HSI Posts from 2014

Your Favourite HSI Posts from 2014

As we move into a new year we reflect on the one we left behind and look forward into the year to come. In doing so, I thought I would take the time to share with all of you the Top Ten of Home School Innovation for 2014.     Here are your favourite HSI Posts from 2014:   Tips For Homeschooling the Early Years …You Can Do It! How To Rise Above the Negative 8 Homeschooling Methods Homeschooling Middle School and High School How I Teach Critical Thinking in Our Homeschool Spelling Help – Think Outside the Box and Have Fun! Think

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Think You Can’t Homeschool Art? Think Again!

Think You Can’t Homeschool Art? Think Again!

This post contains affiliate links to a product I tried and have now incorporated into our Homeschooling schedule. See Disclosure Policy for full details.       Ok, I’ll fess up here and say Art has never been my strong suit. Sure, we do crafts from time to time, I get books from the library filled with famous artists’ paintings for us to look at, or use some “how to” books where I try my best to help my kids grasp the techniques laid out before them; often leaving us all a tad frustrated. Feeling frustrated and discouraged can make

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More Snow Fun!

  This is one of our favourite snow activities! My kids love to play in the snow and build forts (ok sometimes it’s me too 🙂  ).   We also love to go out and colour the snow! Snow Art   Supplies Needed: Spray bottles Water Food Colouring Snow This is also a great activity to incorporate learning about Primary, Secondary and Tertiary Colours!  Learn the colour wheel and play in the snow! The only caution needed for this activity is to be sure the food colouring doesn’t stain your clothing. Ice Castles! Why not take your building blocks outside? Freeze

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