Homeschooling is Fun! Teaching children is an adventure and the ways to explore and investigate are endless.

Somehow we have to pull all those creative ideas together and make a plan so that we will learn together as a family. We also have to create some kind of schedule so that allows for the interruptions of life, while give us a weekly routine that allows us to teach and learn.

Since we have been homeschooling since the 1990s, we have created more than our share of lesson plans and schedules.

We want to share some of these lesson plans with you. We also have links to “how-to” articles on lesson planning and scheduling.

Our lesson plans are NOT products. They are NOT free products. They are simply our own planning/brainstorming pages from the “Good Old Days.” We are giving you a glimpse into what we did with our children and how we planned to teach and enjoy the homeschool adventure.

How to Make Lesson Plans & Schedules

Lesson Planning for the Entire Year in One Week

How to Use Weekly Homeschooling Schedules

Unit Study Fun with Living Books I

How to Make Weekly Homeschool Assignment Folders

Unit Study Fun with Living Books II

Lesson Plans from the “Good Old Days”

Second Grade writing 2006 Lesson Plans

Lesson Plans for Writing to God's Glory

Middle School Writing with Writers Inc 1998

Middle School Writing Class wtih Write Stuff & UW

Write Stuff Adventure Middle School Lesson Plans

1997 Homemaking Classes

Earth Science Lesson Plans 2004

Mexico Lesson Plans Co op 2002

British History 2003 Lesson Plans

Human Body Unit Study Lesson Plans

FLorida Unit Study Co op 2005

USA History Family Class 1998 1999

USA History with Nolettes 2004

Fourth Grade Reading Class 1996

Music & Motion Lesson Plans

Resources

Joyful and Successful Homeschooling

Joyful and Successful Homeschooling Your Journey Workbook

Seven Rs of Homeschooling

Quick and EZ Unit Study Fun

Unlocking the Mystery of HSHS

Free Homeschooling Lesson Plan