Something new that I want to introduce to our daily education is getting the kids online with an intentional use of You Tube videos. I have themed each day of the week, keeping that theme throughout the
One of my favorite things about homeschooling is creating my planner ... it is a fun, creative outlet to create, and then holds all of our adventures towards learning throughout the year.
We are just about to say goodbye to the age of five in this house ... and in honor of such a milestone I thought I would document our very favorite books enjoyed by the boys that have been
It's Not Greek to Me was sent to me as part of the Mom's of Masterbooks materials to review. Todd Friel is the teacher in this dynamic DVD and had our entire family laughing and enjoying the introduction
We own this cute little book called Fortunately that has been the starting point for hours of entertainment in the car.
The gist of the story is that something fortunate happens to Ned, and then something
I love a good book list, so when a friend mentioned she was going to a homeschool book sale and wanted to know what my "must buy" ideas were I was all over ransacking my bookshelf and trying to find the
Weeks and weeks ago I painted the inside of a large egg carton (if you buy eggs 5 dozen at a time you can get cartons like these.) Then it rained, snowed, iced, and was all over miserable and cold and
This week I was able to take the boys to the Biltmore House - the largest home in America - and it was fabulous! I was a bit unsure of how two young boys would do touring an old house but they thoroughly
Benjamin Franklin once said;
"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I may remember. Involve me and I learn."
This week we had our first snow in three years and as my boys explored the world of
I asked them once what their favorite part of school was. They agreed; being read books and playing.
And the funny thing is - the two are so connected. What they hear in stories they play.