Though we’re not always consistent with including it, nature study is one of our favorite ways to spend some of our homeschool day. It’s fun, relaxing, interest-led learning in a real-world, hands-on environment. Today I’m sharing five tips for making nature study a part of your homeschool over at Simple Homeschool.
Donde vamos? Donde vamos? Donde, no lo sé. Do you know what I just said? If you speak Spanish, you do…or, if you’ve been watching Speekee TV like the kids and I have been. Speekee is an adorable, affordable foreign language program that teaches Spanish to young children through catchy songs (that get stuck in your head so that you… View Post
You may remember my review from a few months ago of the new Circle C Beginnings series for young readers. Megan absolutely loved the first two books, Andi’s Pony Trouble and Andi’s Indian Summer. When she finished those two books, Megan could hardly wait for the next two in the series. I mean, really. As in, she asked me at… View Post
I love doing fun, hands-on projects with the kids, but, well, I’ve gotten kind of lazy about planning them this year. I guess it all goes back to that “different seasons in life” thing. Still, just because I’ve been lazy with them, doesn’t mean that you have to be. So, to give you some inspiration, I thought I’d share my… View Post
We homeschoolers are a bit notorious for wanting to take a peek into the average – if there is such a thing – day of another homeschooling family. I thought a fun twist on that might a photo journal of a day in our lives. Of course, I didn’t choose one of those illusive “average” days. What would be the… View Post