Unlike other school based apps, Homeschool Helper was designed specifically for homeschooling from the ground up.
We spent considerable time building features that streamline and simplify managing the many responsibilities of homeschooling.
This allows you to spend more time teaching and less time managing.
√ Backup your data at anytime
√ Track an unlimited number of students
√ Manage students over multiple school years
√ Record grades for up to 14 different subjects, per student
√ Grade calculator for effortless grade entry
√ Separate grading scale for each student
√ Create Lessons for any subject
√ Powerful Lesson Viewer provides calendar view of lessons, and more
√ Auto-generate batches of lessons, for effortless entry
√ Auto-create grades from any lesson, to avoid re-keying
√ Lesson Report, with date range parameters
√ Manage Book Lists, Field Trips, and Task Lists
√ Track daily attendance
√ Includes Reports; such as Report Cards, Attendance, Student Summary, and more
√ Reports can be viewed or emailed for storage, printing, etc
√ High quality retina based graphics throughout
√ Sample Student included to visually demonstrate key features
√ 12+ Help Topics to get you started quickly
√ Most Help Topics are accompanied by a high quality instructional video
Check out www.HomeschoolHelperApp.com for videos, latest news, faq, and more.
**NOTE: For Tablets Only. We don't plan to release a phone version due to the limited screen size not providing a great user experience.
These activities help them learn new words and practice letter-sound relationships and are effective tools when it comes to teaching different maths concepts important at this stage – Addition, Subtractions, Patterns and Ordering Numbers.
Apart from this kids can also be creative keep themselves engaged with other fun games like drawing, coloring, joining dots, mazes and memory match.
Addition And subtraction are taught in a very interactive way using all the tools – figures, sticks and numberline. A teacher is also there to assist them.
a. Addition and Subtraction with help from numberline, finger counting, and a teacher to help with
b. Phonics Long Vowels words.
c. Phonics Blends and Digraphs Words
d. Exhaustive Spelling List
f. Ascending and descending order
g. Drawing and Painting
h. Colouring the pictures
i. Amazing Mazes
j. Join the dots to find hidden pictures
k. Memory Match
This package is designed keeping in mind the needs and level of kindergarten kids.
Kids at this level are introduced to concepts as Comparing Numbers, Ordering numbers, Addition, Subtraction, Number names, Shapes and Measurement.
This app will introduce the concepts as taught in classrooms to reinforce what they learnt there and review whenever needed.
Addition and subtraction modules introduce the concepts to the kids from all possible ways.
These concepts are totally new to the kids at this level. So they are taught using pictures, sticks, fingers and numberline to make them comfortable from all angles. Also kids can be taught the faster method of adding and subtracting two numbers.
Kids will get to play games after they do activities to keep them engaged.
This app provides an easy to use interface with flexibility to create multiple profiles. Detailed Progress Reports are provided with details of each and every question missed. Scratchpad is also given in Addition and Subtraction to do the problems on screen only.
Includes time tested activities to develop maths and language skills. Maths activities include –Addition Subtract Drills in various forms, Times Tables, Fractions and Telling Time. Synonyms – Antonyms and Sight words will help increase the vocabulary of child. Spellings activity is also included to complete language skills.
Activities include applying concept of addition and subtraction and apply multiple number concepts at a time.
1.Missing Numbers – Find the missing numbers. Like 10-?=4 4+?=6
2.Balance the Apples – Child can calculate using fingers 6+5=11. But ask in a different manner – Which two numbers make 11. Here the child will solve problems like these.
3.Even Odd Numbers – This activity helps the child in applying more than one concept. The child has to find even/odd numbers greater than or less than a given number. Finding only even / odd numbers or greater than/less than numbers may not be a challenge but when asked together it becomes.
4.Combinations of Tens ( 10,20,30,40…)- Activity to make the child comfortable with these numbers.
5.Times tables – Child can practise tables from 1-12.
and many more
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Consider the following:
> National Studies show that 49 percent of schools report some type of crime involving theft, vandalism or physical threats.
> There are 100 times more guns in the hands of American schoolchildren than is reported.
> Students age 12 to 18 were victims of 2.7 million total crimes while at school.
> Over 3,000 students were expelled from school in the year 2000 for bringing a firearm to school.
All I have to do is mention Columbine, Colorado, and you know what school violence can do. The statistics are only rising, and the perpetrators are getting younger and younger. I remember not too long ago hearing on the news about a first grader who had a handgun in his locker and threatened to kill a fellow student if he didn’t do what he said.
It’s shocking and very, very scary for everyone, but especially for you, the parent.
What are equally as disturbing are the test scores that our children are getting on standardized tests. No Child Left Behind provided for testing all children to determine their academic performance and insure that all were getting a quality education.
The results have been disappointing. In math, our students are performing at just 3% of the world average for the same age students. In English, that percentage jumps a little, but only to 7%. Children in other countries are getting better educations than our own kids, and that will eventually hurt us globally.
These are just two reasons people cite for choosing to homeschool their children. In fact, the top five reasons given, in order are:
> God and religion taught along with academics
> Avoiding school violence
> Providing a better education
> Allowing the child to work at his or her own pace
> Family convenience
It’s a trend that’s becoming more and more popular – mainly because it does seem to produce highly educated adults in the long run. But is homeschooling right for you? Perhaps it is!
You Want The Best For Your Child – Right?
Who knows them better than you do? You were their first teacher after all. Why shouldn’t you continue as their teacher? If it’s financially possible for you to stay home and school your children and you want to, there’s no reason you shouldn’t. So where do you start?
My book, “Professor Homeschool” is the answer to every parent’s prayers who is considering homeschooling their children. It’s an honest, no-nonsense, easy-to-read manual with all the information you could want to get started educating your child at home.
The App also provides the functionality for downloading the videos and watch them locally.
Disclaimer: This app is not supported or sponsored or owned by Khan Academy. You still can study online on www.khanacademy.org
The connotation surrounding homeschooling, at first, was one of being different, unusual, or perhaps even anti-social. However, today’s view of homeschooling is becoming one of possibility. Homeschooling seems to fit the needs of both parents and
students alike, and avoids many of the stereotypical interactions that teens, most especially, face today.
There are several reasons to consider homeschooling:
Opportunity for obtaining gainful employment
More time spent with family and siblings
Less anxiety about social situations
Learning at your own pace, even excelling at a faster pace if desired
Time for travel and extracurricular activities outside the home
It shows that you have the ability to be self-directed, organized, and responsible
No concern for snow days or inclement weather
No missing the bus drama
No hassles about what to wear
Vacation time is your time
The News page gives you real-time streaming news from the top Homeschool blogs in the world.
The Lounge allows you to connect with other Homeschool Teachers, post pictures, share stories, and more.
We hope that this community will help you with your effort to school your kids at home.
itl is an educational application that serves a portable kindergarten for your children.
Kids Home School contains all letters with examples in words, written and spoken.
it contains numbers from 1 to 10 and will teach your child how to use his fingers to define each number.
it helps your children learn the pronunciation of letters and numbers.
Kids Home contains colorful images of the words to help your kids.
You need to have a K12 Online School (OLS) Account in order to use this application.
* Displays a list of your student’s courses and his/her corresponding attendance time.
* Easily scroll and pick time to enter your student’s attendance.
* Includes a missing attendance alert.
Note: This app requires Adobe Air also be installed on your device to work properly. You can download Adobe AIR from Google Play, or you will be prompted to download it after installing this app before you can start log in and start entering attendance.
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