Finishing Strong #60

Welcome back to another fabulous week of Finishing Strong! Thank you so much, Megan, for filling in on my behalf these past two weeks while my family and I were away.

I am excited to be back in the states and to share with you again my favorite posts that were shared last week. The posts you all share each week are such an inspiration to me.

Remember each of the participating bloggers (myself, Heather at Blog She Wrote, Heidi at Starts at Eight, and Megan & Susan at Education Possible) will be selecting our personal favorites, so be sure to stop by each blog to see if your post was selected.

We love being a part of this community. We thank each of you for supporting our link-up by coming by every week to see what incredible posts are shared with us and for sharing your own.

Finishing Strong #60 @EvaVarga.netOur Featured Post

Our featured post this week was Learning Plan 2015 by Carol who blogs at Learning with Boys. I love how she describes their interest led approach. “… that doesn’t mean we wake up with a completely open schedule every morning.  Making our schedule for the year / semester is  a collaborative process.”

My Personal Favorites

driver-educationI recall going to the junkyard to get replacement parts when I was a teen. Generally, it was with my boyfriend (who I later married) as he was restoring an old VW bug. My kids aren’t driving yet – my oldest is yet three years away – but I love Annie’s post, A New Idea for Your Teen’s Drivers Education. I’d never thought that a visit could also be educational. I’m definitely adding this to our field trip bucket list!

Homeschool-High-School-Chemistry-Free-Reference-Sheet-and-Resources-@-Tinas-Dynamic-Homeschool-PlusI love the free printable reference sheet Tina has created for Homeschool High School Chemistry and Free Reference Sheet and Resources. If your teen loves science, particularly chemistry, you won’t want to miss her rich post.

englishSix Tips for Teaching High School English from Betsy at BJ’s Homeschool is a wonderful walk through of all the components to help design high school English courses. Whether you choose to use a prepared curriculum or make your own, her tips will ensure your teen is skilled in written and verbal communication.

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About Eva Varga

Eva is passionate about education. She has extensive experience in both formal and informal settings. She presently homeschools her two young children, teaches professional development courses through the Heritage Institute, and writes a middle level secular science curriculum called Science Logic. In addition to her work in education, she is an athlete, competing in Masters swimming events and marathons. In her spare time she enjoys reading, traveling, learning new languages, and above all spending time with her family. ♥

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