We have several homeschool science curriculum choices that have blessed us big time. I’ve shared about what we’ve used in the last couple of years. That prompted a reader to ask the following question. She said that I could share with you… Question: I have been struggling with picking a science curriculum for my children (rising K, 3rd, and 6th). I have it down to
Yet again I am impressed with and thankful for Answers in Genesis and the resources they continue to provide. I want to introduce you to the latest addition to our homeschool – Answers Bible Curriculum. I shared a review at The Curriculum Choice. (there’s also a giveaway with a few days left!) And while I was writing that review I was reminded again just how
The children should have the joy of living in far lands, in other persons, in other times – a delightful double existence; and this joy they will find, for the most part, in their story books. ~ Charlotte Mason Favorite books and resources are hard to narrow down to a list of ten! So, today I’m sharing a hodgepodge of favorites – lists and more!
Is it time to do our science lesson yet? We look forward to it. The reading of the science lesson during lunch. Not every day but most days we enjoy a lesson. We use several resources for all our ages. I’ll share them with you today as well as how we work them into our days – for each of our ages. In each section,
It has been three weeks since I’ve posted a weekly wrap! That’s because the past two Fridays I was sharing our 10 Days of Lasagna Learning: Teaching Multiple Ages. If you missed it, I invite you to click the big button in the sidebar. This week I shared about our chalkboard desk at Heart of the Matter. A have a little thing for chalkboards. Okay,
I’ve shared before about our love of display boards for learning. Today I offer an overview plus links to 10 of our science fair projects. I hope you will notice that these are all an extension of what we were already studying… It was afternoon quiet time on a Tuesday. My daughter pulled… them… all… out. She set them up for display. All of them.
For my board I compared the camera to the human eye. I chose that topic because the eye was something I was already studying in anatomy and I love photography. I made a diagram of the camera, and one of the human eye. I also compared the differences and similarities of the two. One of the similarities is that they both have a lens, the
Unit studies serve the age range in our homeschool well. Especially when two or more subjects overlap and the learning is on several different age and grade levels. Each day this week the older three first completed their Math and English studies. Saxon K Math made for a tasty mid-morning snack identifying cracker shapes. Zuzu pet helped too. The younger two enjoyed their workboxes full