Happy New Year! 2014 is over. Can you believe it? It’s always interesting to see which posts were the most popular (had the most page views) over the course of a year. Knowing what you, my readers, love most helps me determine what to give you more of in 2015! I hope this post also helps you catch some posts you may enjoy and missed the first time around! Here are your favourite posts of the year!
2014 Reader Favourites
Collectively, these three posts about the process of making an Elsa costume for my daughter’s dance solo, are the favourite post. There must have been a lot of little Elsas running around this year.
Number 2: Teaching Kids to Knit
Number 3: Educational Board Games
Board games are a big part of our homeschool and our lives in general. In my opinion, all board games are educational. Here you will find some of our favourites and what your kids can learn from them.
Number 4: Day in the Life Week 2014
Number 5: Not Back to School Day 2014
We love to celebrate the first day of homeschool as a Not Back to School Day with other homeschoolers each year.
Number 7: Delay Formal Math?
Delaying formal math is a surprising concept for some homeschoolers, but it has worked well for us. We waited until each of our kids were around Gr. 4 until we introduced a formal math curriculum. Read what we did instead and how it worked.
Number 8: Curriculum Week 2014
Every year we share what curricula we are using (or planning to use). Read about our 2014-2015 curriculum plan.
I hope you enjoyed Homeschooling in Nova Scotia in 2014! I’m looking forward to sharing in 2015. Did you have a favourite 2014 post? Have you made any New Year’s Resolutions for you or your homeschool? Please let me know in the comments below!
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