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When we begin homeschooling it can be difficult to work out what to study.

Maths, English, Science…..and then what?

There’s so much out there, but if we’re not used to formally studying it it can be hard to think of!

This list will give you over 75 ideas for topics that can become homeschooling subjects.

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 And they can be adapted for all ages. Sure, 6-year-olds don’t study textiles at school, but if you have a budding costume designer (like I did) then teaching them how to use a sewing machine, cut patterns, and learn the difference between fabrics is a fantastic way to spend your time!

Gabrielle sewing at 6 – she hasn’t stopped since!

And don’t forget to involve your children – it’s their education, and if they’re interested and involved they’ll get much better results.

Ready? Let’s go.

 

Foreign language
Physics
Chemistry
Genetics
Biology
Botany
Anatomy
Physiology
Creative writing
Technical writing

Journal writing
Logic
History
Religion
Economics
Nutrition
Grammar
Geography
Media
Graphics
Home economics
Maths
Textiles
Debate
Visual art
Agriculture
Art history
Business
Hospitality
Spelling
Vocabulary
Music history
Handwriting
Music theory
Early childhood
Accounting
Statistics
Literature
Forensics
Journalism
Architecture
Government
Politics
Tourism
Leadership
Ethics
Pathology
Pharmacology
Counselling
Entrepreneurship
Information technology
Archaeology
Marine science
Psychology
Zoology
Software design
Web design
Animal husbandry
Veterinary science
Event management
Country study
Culture study
Law
Marketing
Exercise physiology
Politics
Sport/fitness
Education
Real estate
Philosophy
Algebra
Legal Studies
Programming
Drama
Meteorology
Geology
Geometry

OK, have you got some exciting ideas from this?

What are you planning to study first?

Have you studied anything else that should go on this list?

I’d love to hear all about it – let me know in the comments!

And if you want even MORE ideas for activities you can do, check out 180+ kids’ activity ideas here.

 
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