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Harmony Fine Arts High School Plans – Four Years in Two

 

I’m often asked if it’s possible to complete the Harmony Fine Arts high school plans in less than four years. I always say that it depends on the student and their interests and willingness to work independently through the plans.

I wrote an entry that outlines how to generally work out the plans to fit a two year time period. If you’re thinking about condensing the Harmony Fine Arts high school plans into two years, you should read that entry:

Harmony Fine Arts High School Art and Music Plans in 2 Years

High School art and music

I highly recommend that if you’re thinking of using Harmony Fine Arts plans at any grade level, please download the sample and see if they’re a good fit for your family.

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Notebooking In High School

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Notebooking In Your Homeschool

I’ve just updated and refreshed the notebooking tab on my website. I’ve added more information, especially for high school students about using notebooking as a way of homeschool learning. I extensively used the notebooking method alongside Tapestry of Grace and our Charlotte Mason style of learning. I found it to be a perfect way to connect the learning that was going on with a method of narration that allowed for a variety of styles.

I know many of you have been reading my blog for years and were along for the ride as I navigated high school with my children, but there are some new readers that may have missed my notebooking thoughts and blog entries.

Take a look at the page from my archives with a fresh new look: Notebooking Pages for Homeschoolers.

 

Don’t miss the link on the above linked page to my additional page of information with loads of example pages: Notebooking for High Schoolers.

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Click to pin to your Homeschooling Pinterest board.

Make sure to pin the Notebooking In Your Homeschool page onto your homeschooling Pinterest board for future reference!

 

Top 5 reasons to noteook in high school

You may be interested in reading my

Top 5 Reasons to Use Notebooking in High School entry for additional inspiration!

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World Geography Plans – From My Archives

Harmony Art Mom World Geography Plans

I have received quite a bit of email about my free downloadable plans for high school geography. Dropbox has stopped supporting the file so I am now hosting it here on my Harmony Art Mom blog.

These plans were created for my family as explained in the entries below.

Entry with the download link: World Geography Plans Download.

Pretty thorough description found here: World Geography for High Schoolers.

Reading back through these two entries, I realize now how valuable this course was to my children. They learned over the months how interconnected our modern world is and how in their youth they could be wide open to experiencing different cultures through travel and volunteer work.

Since high school graduation my children have traveled to Ireland, Bolivia, Peru, Nicaragua, and Guyana. My youngest son is currently living in Guyana.

I know that spending a year in high school concentrating on world geography and cultures had a great impact on their choices in their twenties.

I invite you to download the plans and then tweak them to fit your family’s learning style and interests.

Please note that I have not updated all the links in the plans so you may need to do a Google search for the item or find a substitute. They are still very usable and will help you get started with your own high school level geography course.

Enjoy!

 

 

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