In my time with family over Christmas and in these days leading up to the new year, I have been reflecting. Reflecting on God’s goodness. His constant provision. His direction and love over our family, our homeschool. We started with a clean slate planning and dreaming for the new year. We sat down as a family this past weekend. We dreamed, we planned, we talked.
I often hear fellow mamas say that they would love to offer their children more chances for art every day. That statement is usually followed by: but I…Let me offer you a simple solution. An art box. Let me share how an art box inspires artists. How an Art Box Inspires Artists See, I am very much the practical and make-it-easy type of mother. This
This past Tuesday I had the privilege of sharing the best of our helpful homeschool habits for multiple ages with a group of homeschool mamas. I promised them that I would put these all in one handy spot. And I have – so you, my readers, can enjoy them too. I have also included the sprinkling of photos and collages from this homeschool week –
We have made a point this year to enjoy local parks, attractions and historic sites here in Georgia. St. Simons Island is one of the coastal islands of Georgia. And it was a special destination for our mother/daughter trip last week. Folks, St. Simons is so diverse, I could write ten posts on all you could enjoy during a stay there. But for now, an
I want to tell you about some resources that have blessed us big time in the high school homeschool years. I had never really considered high school homeschool video courses until Compass Classroom Visual Latin came along. We’ve shared a love of Visual Latin for years. Then… High School Homeschool Video Courses Then, we were introduced to WordUp! Latin and Greek root words and Economics
I have been saying that I will share more specifics and goals for our family. This past week those played out some. I thought I’d give you an update on our Back to Homeschool Basics. Back to Homeschool Basics You might remember that I am seeking those ancient paths. Honing and focusing, cutting out all the unnecessary. It goes back to keeping those long term
Our children have been busy making gifts. Specifically, mini art canvases for gifts. Middle Girl recently made a bunch of mini pieces of art for the Lottie Moon auction. But the children also decided to paint canvases for their teachers. Mini Art Canvases for Gifts See, we are blessed with Godly folks who teach our children at church in Sunday School, children’s choir, puppets ministry
Is it time for a change? Maybe it could be as simple as just a quick walk in the woods. Time for mixing up your homeschool routine! Walking the trail #SilverComerTrail #fall #1000gifts I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers ~ L.M. Montgomery, Ann of Green Gables Mixing Up Your Homeschool Routine Aren’t you glad you live in a world