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Kick-Off Day for Homeschool Super Heroes

Today is Kick-Off day for our 4th Annual Homeschool Super Heroes. If you haven’t registered for these free interviews, you can do so here:  Homeschool Super Heroes

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To start our series off right, we’re giving away a copy of one of my favorite living math books. Yep, you read that right! It’s a living math book, centered around math called Sir Cumference & the Dragon of Pi.

All you have to do to enter to win is leave a blog comment. If you have a question for one of our Homeschool Super Heroes, leave it. If not, share something you’re doing this week in regards to homeschooling (planning, preparing, praying, reading, writing, etc)

homeschool super hero Kerry Beck | HowToHomeschoolMyChild.comTonight, my daughter Gentry is interviewing me for our Kick Off! We’ll be talking about home discipleship and how it relates to homeschooling. Don’t miss it.  The only way you get access to the FREE interviews is right here:  Homeschool Super Heroes

Let me know what you think!



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53 Responses to Kick-Off Day for Homeschool Super Heroes

  1. Cheri says:

    I am excited to learn some practical tips from the Homeschool Super Heroes. This week, I am putting together our lesson plans for the upcoming school year.

  2. Rebecca says:

    We will add one more subject to homeschool this week as we ease back into the school year.

  3. tammy c says:

    I will try to do just the math, English and social studies for now.

  4. Rosea Lee says:

    I absoluetly love Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi! I really hope we win!! My oldest son is starting Kinder this year, and we have already started homeschooling (Aug. 1st). So far, we do a morning board, a today chart (with weather), math, phonics (with lots of reading), bible study, and science. We also have many extra curricular activities starting up soon; library story time (1x/wk), playgroup (1x/wk), gym class (1x/wk), and a homeschool class at the zoo (1x/month). Plus we are planning feild trips in between. So excited!

  5. Rachel says:

    We start back up with our co-op today and then its a regular week for us. We’ve been back to school for a few weeks now.

  6. Tracey M. says:

    I am still trying to get our schedule organized. I have a few more items to purchase so I will be comparing prices and looking for the best deals. We are going to add more lapbooking into our day today. We will do reading, math, Bible, and writing for sure. Hoping to add more science and history soon. Thanks for the chance to win this neat book!

  7. Shannon says:

    We are finishing the book The Box Car children!

  8. Sharon says:

    We are doing nothing for school this week as we are taking all of August off for summer break. I am starting the planning for next year, though.

  9. juli says:

    We are starting back to a full school schedule this week! Looking forward to all that we will be studying.

  10. Tanya says:

    My 5th grade son hates to write. How do you get an active boy to slow down and practice writing?

  11. Stephanie Hillery says:

    We will doing Math and Grammar today, and I will be finalizing our plans for our new school year.

  12. Jessica says:

    We started our year last week, but I’m slowly adding things in until we’re up to speed… This week is science.

  13. kimberly says:

    slowly getting back to a schedule 🙂

  14. Katey says:

    I am finishing buying curriculum this week.

  15. briana says:

    I’m preparing to start school in September.

  16. Connie says:

    How do you get organized for the new school year? Any tips? We are doing a bit of science straight out of the Basher books and from online search. Today we just studied acids and 3 facts about them.

  17. Bonita Whitlow says:

    Thank you for your encouragement in following God’s plan for our families. I would love to have this book. Thank you again.

  18. Darlene Collazo says:

    What do you do to find rest?

  19. camille lopez says:

    Does it really work to not require so much work in the early ages ( under 10) ?

  20. Kimberly Jones says:

    This week we are taking our last Summer field trip.

  21. Jennifer says:

    I generally save homeschool for the afternoon because thats when my toddlers are down for a nap. I have a hard time focusing on teaching the grade school kids when the little ones are awake. But it seems that the afternoon time is not a great time of the day for the big kids to learn. Any suggestions?

    • Kerry Beck says:

      Great question…I used to homeschool in the morning & give the younger ones something to do or watch. I also let them go to a local mother’s day out once a week. Both of these allowed us quiet time to homeschool the older ones.

  22. LauraW68 says:

    We started back to school on the 5th. We always start back the first Monday in August and have since we started homeschooling in 1999. So this is our 3rd week of school and we are in full swing now.

  23. Debbie Hernandez says:

    What a fantastic idea Homeschool Superheros!

  24. Sandy Morales says:

    Greetings: Love reading the comments.
    Back to school is cool when our homes ‘rule’. (A bit cheezy, but true 😉
    The book Sir Cumference and the Dragon of Pi sounds like fun learning for all the mathematicians at home.
    Question 1. How do you handle state requirements like testing etc? (New York, Tennessee, Alabama) (Family moving)
    2. How does one best include children other than your own (friend’s or family) of different ages into your homeschool routines?
    Thank you for any and all suggestions.

  25. Jenna says:

    This is my first year homeschooling our 5 year old. I am reading curriculum and trying to create lesson plans….and panicking 🙂 Can’t wait to gain some wisdom this week from some experienced homeschoolers.

  26. Chandra Bronander says:

    This is my 2nd year listening! 🙂

  27. Daphne says:

    To prepare for homeschooling, I am finishing all my curricula purchases, but next week will be my big week to purge the classroom of unneeded items. This week is actually a focus on parent training as I am part of a university model and I co-teach the Singapore Math Parent Training Seminar.

  28. Deesselisa says:

    This book looks so cute. And I can’t wait for all the interviews. Thank you.

  29. Priscilla says:

    doing last minute prep work. One thing is working on getting 2 laptops set up, installing free software called K9 http://www1.k9webprotection.com/ that will help me customize our internet options (block certain websites) particularly temptations for my children…that are time-wasters. They have learned that Lego, Playmobil (etc.) have free games.

  30. dawn says:

    Is it ok to not be involved in coops

    • Kerry Beck says:

      Personally, I enjoyed co-ops. But the had their drawbacks. At one time, my hubby told me, “no more co-ops”. I would put lots of time/ energy into the class I taught, but the other moms didn’t prepare as much. Pray about what is best for your family and God will direct your paths.

  31. Leah says:

    Ways to set up high school courses so they work well for a transcript, especially if I am not using a boxed curriculum or textbooks for that particular course.

  32. Jessica says:

    Since we homeschool year-round, the week and next we are trying to tie-up loose ends so we can start the next grade in September when our co-op starts again.

  33. Shelly says:

    Busy week! We took our oldest (a homeschool graduate!) to college yesterday. It was hard to leave her in her dorm room, but we hope it will be a great experience! Now we’re straightening and organizing today to hopefully start school tomorrow with the other kids – a 2nd grader, a 7th grader, and a high school junior. Never a dull moment!

  34. Kathy D says:

    This week we have family visiting from out of town. We are listening to our classical conversations DVD, math, and reading lessons.

  35. Jamie says:

    Thanks for the giveaway. This book looks like a good one for a curious little mathematician.

  36. Tara S. says:

    I am trying to finish getting organized and getting lesson plans started so we can start at the beginning of September.

  37. Erica Stokes says:

    There is no one in my area that homeschools! Anyone else? It’s a lonely path.

    • Kerry Beck says:

      It can be lonely. I would try to find some online connections first. Then, see if there are others within a close radius. See if there are some other homeschoolers within 40-60 miles. Maybe you can get together once month. We used to drive to homeschool skating (45 miles) once a month

  38. kellie w says:

    We added two more subjects in this week. So excited to get back onto our routine!

  39. Judith Martinez says:

    I’m working on setting up a schedule and planning our school year with the goal of starting Sept. 2. I would love some tips on how to actually set up a home school plan.

  40. Michelle says:

    I am planning our school year for next year (2014) here in Sydney, Australia.

  41. LeAnn says:

    Hi! We are scheduling our homeschool year this week! This is our second year of homeschooling.

  42. Nichole says:

    We started our school year a few weeks ago, and the extracurricular activities are slowly beginning. Dance classes resume tomorrow!

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