Today, at The Homeschool Classroom, I went into a little more detail about what we’ve been doing on what I’ve dubbed “Fifty State Fridays.” If you’ve been wanting more detail, be sure to check it out.
We made Roman “winner’s wreath’s” on Friday as part of our study on Ancient Rome. The directions came from the book Spend a Day in Ancient Rome by Linda Honan. We didn’t follow the directions exactly since I was hoping to make headpieces sturdy enough to make it until our homeschool group’s Around the World Day in October. I decided… View Post
I prefer teaching history in a classical/Charlotte Mason style — chronologically and with lots of living books. We had tried many different ways of studying history, but it always felt like we were just brushing the surface in much the same way I’d complained about the public schools doing. It wasn’t until we read Johnny Tremain during our study of… View Post