Back to home
Tag

high school

  • 10 Articles
Prepared to Homeschool by Law School

Prepared to Homeschool by Law School

Being a lawyer prepared me to homeschool. What benefits can you take from your education and career to apply to your hhomeschool?

Continue Reading
Donielle By Donielle, October 31, 2020
Kids Shouldn’t Read Shakespeare

Kids Shouldn’t Read Shakespeare

Don’t make your kids read Shakespeare – act it out! It was written to be seen and heard.

Continue Reading
Donielle By Donielle, October 9, 2020
Movies for Teaching Medieval History

Movies for Teaching Medieval History

Here we are in our second year of our 4 year history cycle. You know I enjoy a good movie, and all the more if it has educational value. Movie night is never mindless dribble if I can help it. No amount of hot popcorn can compensate for wasting two hours of my life. I…

Continue Reading
Donielle By Donielle, September 25, 2020
Socrates’ Philosopher-King

Socrates’ Philosopher-King

The Republic of Plato, the timeless classic, interpreted high school students.

Continue Reading
Donielle By Donielle, June 9, 2020
Movies for Teaching Ancient History

Movies for Teaching Ancient History

Here are a list of movies to make teaching ancient history fun and engaging.

Continue Reading
Donielle By Donielle, March 3, 2020
Read Aloud to Your Big Kids

Read Aloud to Your Big Kids

Here are a few of the major benefits of reading a aloud to a child of any age.

Continue Reading
Donielle By Donielle, January 27, 2020
Film School 4 Teens, a high school film course

Film School 4 Teens, a high school film course

My review of Film School 4 Teens, a highschool film course.

Continue Reading
Donielle By Donielle, December 6, 2019
  • 2
The Surprising Way to Develop Critical Thinking

The Surprising Way to Develop Critical Thinking

Critical thinking is actually analysis and synthesis. It is making distinctions and seeing resemblances. Critical thinking is comparing and contrasting. The amount of decisions involved in the procedure is what develops critical thinking.

Continue Reading
Donielle By Donielle, June 22, 2019
  • 1
Read “Animal Farm” with me

Read “Animal Farm” with me

Next in our reading series, let’s pick up an old dystopian classic, Animal Farm.  This is not a children’s story, despite its moderately short length.  Do not bother reading it to students without the background historical context.  It is the perfect read directly after a study of communism!  In the novel, a group of Farmer Jones’s…

Continue Reading
Donielle By Donielle, September 28, 2018
Subscribe to Blog via Email

Enter your email address to subscribe to this blog and receive notifications of new posts by email.

Join 80 other subscribers

About Me
Hi! Donielle Mason Kazim here!
I am a lawyer, homeschool mom to three terrific dolls, wife to Gary, follower of Jesus. I love literature, researching, chocolate, iced tea and anything to do with the beach. Let's be email friends! Subscribe and leave your comments. I look forward to chatting!
Signature
Please check your instagram details.

Sign up to hang out at Never a Doll Moment each week!  I never share your information with anyone.  Plus, you will receive my free Long Term Homeschool Planning Worksheet to get you started on an amazing homeschool journey!

You have successfully subscribed to the newsletter

There was an error while trying to send your request. Please try again.

Never a Doll Moment will use the information you provide on this form to be in touch with you and to provide updates and marketing.