As we wrap up 2014, I want to thank all of you who have visited Tales of a Homeschool Family over the past year. It has been an honor to share our daily lives, reviews and recipes with you all!
Here's the Top 10 most viewed posts this year. Ironically, the top two have nothing to do with homeschooling! Enjoy!
Top 10 Posts of 2014 from Tales of a Homeschool Family
1. Taco Bake Casserole - One more quick, easy-to-make and freeze meal to add to your freezer stash!
2. Beachbody 21 Day Fix Portion Control Containers - Do you really think you know what an appropriate portion looks like?
3. This is My life planner - Still the most eye catching, versatile planner I've seen!
4. Tater Tot Casserole - A crowd pleaser, a breeze to make and freeze. It's also easy on the pocket book!
5. What I Learned from our First Family Sabbath - Resting without doing non-essential chores for family Sabbath sounds easy, right? I learned purposeful rest is HARD and it's something I need to prepare for!
6. 12 things I've learned in 12 years of homeschooling - In 12 Year of Homeschooling I've learned alot, mostly by trial and error.
7. Will Your Homeschool Pass Your End of the Year Evaluation? - It's the end of the year. Before you officially check out, it's a good idea to give perform one more homeschool evaluation. This one you don't have to pay for!
8. Science in the Ancient World Review - In our homeschool we enjoy studying history, literature, music and art all together in the context of a particular time period. This is a great way to get an overall picture of "life in the past" and aids tremendously in retention. Unfortunately, science was always left out of this formula. Though not entirely impossible to implement a chronological study of science, it certainly isn't easy to put it all together. Until now!
9. Little Lads and Ladies of Virtue Review - a collection of bite-sized lessons that teach big concepts, perfect for preschool and early elementary aged children.
10. Foundations in Personal Finance Review - Ever wish you had a money coach when you were in high school? Someone to talk to you in plain English about the future and how to avoid jumping into the debt ocean?
Thanks for reading!
Here's to another wonderful year!