In our homeschool this week … After last weeks busy-ness of appointments and sickness, this week was refreshing in its simplicity. Our only distraction was the warm weather – and we spent a good bit of our time outside with… Continue Reading
I love how kids remember things from year to year. Spring rolls around and my boys know we should be eating dinner in the backyard, that their Easter baskets will be discovered at the end of a long maze of… Continue Reading
This was a new-to-us activity last year – resurrection eggs. I crafted 11 objects to signify parts of the Easter story and matched each object with scripture verses. The printed verse and object were placed in a numbered plastic egg… Continue Reading
Four of our favorite library picture books from this week. Amos & Boris by William Steig is a fantastic story; deeply imaginative and richly crafted words this book has gone on to my “wish list” of books to own.
In our homeschool this week … I had the boys out on an errand in the early afternoon and while I was otherwise distracted they told an inquisitive lady that they were homeschooled. When I came back to the conversation… Continue Reading
Pirates, wilderness survival and spies are the themes of the boys imaginary play these days. And they’ve gone wild creating their own maps for their play.
Originally posted last summer, the importance of this has continued to be impressed upon me – setting a pretty table magically changes the atmosphere of a meal. It doesn’t have to cost much – nor should it be complicated. The… Continue Reading
Some favorite picture books from this week.
In our homeschool this week … Paul had no work this week, so we made the best of it and spent a great deal of time with friends. Wednesday and Thursday we went away overnight to visit some dear friends,… Continue Reading
Some favorite books from the week.