Homeschooling, despite its name, still takes place at a physical location. While the work is primarily completed at home, students are still required to check in regularly, complete in class assignments and take regular tests. This is done in a group environment which provides the opportunity for social interaction and comradery. Homeschooling is a unique experience that cannot be duplicated.
Because each and every student needs the opportunity to feel as though they rightfully belong, homeschooling provides more than enough group structure to offer those values and more.
Let’s face it: continually increasing yearbook costs are putting a negative spin on a time-honored tradition. Yearbooks are more than information or a simple log. It’s a keepsake; it’s nostalgia. It is something that every child can keep well into adulthood, and someday share with their own children. Yearbooks hold forgotten memories that can come back in an emotional rush. They can make you laugh hysterically at an old hairdo, or that thing that happened that one time – you know the time! And yearbooks can only be encapsulated forever in one form...paper.
Working with Blossom this year and want to get a headstart on your curriculum planning or yearbook design? Start here. By creating a yearbook style guide, not only will your finished yearbook look professionally-designed and cohesive, it will come together quicker and communication will be stronger for all members of your yearbook design team!
It's finally here! The yearbooks have been distributed; your copy is in hand! You page through and stumble upon the very last section - the autograph page!
While everyone else has started signing the standard "Have a great summer!" or "See you next year!", you want to do something different. Maybe even perhaps something that will make you stand out among the crowd. We've put together some easy and quick ideas for your perusal. But please keep in mind that whatever you sign in your yearbook can be seen by all (friends, teachers, and even parents), so use your best judgment...