Welcome to Finishing Strong ~ a weekly link-up dedicated to families homeschooling middle & high school kids. Each Wednesday, moms just like you share their best tips, encouragement, advice, and more for teaching older kids at home.
I am delighted that families homeschooling middle and high school age students are coming together and finding inspiration in one another. That’s has been the goal of Finishing Strong since its inception. Thank you!!
Finishing Strong is hosted by me here at EvaVarga along with my friends – Heather from Blog She Wrote, Megan from Education Possible, and Heidi from Starts at Eight.
Natural History with Mary Anning
We are in London this week where we visited the Natural History Museum. Here we saw the most complete Stegasarous skeleton as well as an amazing display of hummingbirds from around the world that was put together in two hundred years ago. Though the colors have since faded, it was still impressive.
I was delighted to also see an exhibit celebrating the contributions to Paleontology of a young English woman in the early part of the 1800s. Learn more about her in my post, The Heroine of Lyme Regis: Mary Anning.
I know you will find the posts that have been shared with us inspiring! Grab a cup of tea, kick back, and take some time to check out the wonderful posts shared below. What are your favorites?
We hope you’ll take some time to check out the amazing posts that have been shared with us. We are so thankful to all of our readers and contributors who help make Finishing Strong a key resource for everyone homeschooling through the middle & high school years.
Below are some of the posts I enjoyed from last week, as well as the one that received the most clicks (in the #1 spot). Did I choose one of your favorites?
How to Homeschool Simply (the Teen Years)
from Shelly of There’s No Place Like Home ~ “Homeschooling the teen years doesn’t have to be long, tedious, complicated, or burdensome.”
100 Proven Ways to Encourage Your Teen
from Ann of Annie & Everything ~ A great list of actions, words, and rewards to encourage our teens.
10 Volcano Activities for Middle School
from Megan of Education Possible ~ Go beyond the vinegar and baking soda models with these activities and resources for learning about volcanoes.
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As always, thank you for helping us to make Finishing Strong a key resource for families who are homeschooling through the middle & high school years.
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