A dear reader asked, “Hi Tricia! Which curriculum you are using this new school year for your little ones?” How did she know I was formulating a series leading up to our Hodgepodge Curricula 2012-2013? There are just too many great resources for our age range of children to put them all in one post. Homeschool Organization for Little Ones Little Desks. But before I
Warning. The free lessons you may download and watch will have you hooked. Watch them with your children only if you want to hear… Laughter. Soon followed by, “Can we watch another?” Then after the second introductory lesson, “Can we watch just one more?” “…better to make students laugh than yawn.” ~ visuallatin.com Why should you study Latin? Well, not only “because your parents told
Please bear with me as this is a long post. It’s just impossible to fit in the hodgepodge of a Hodgepodge homeschool day and be brief! It’s the age range, I tell ya! —->Wow, this week was full force, ramped up and regular schedule. Starting out with an ER trip and stitches for littlest guy right on the heels of Middle Girl’s big birthday trip
Do you know how very excited I am to share a review of Tapestry of Grace with you? About as excited as I was when Little Sanctuary introduced me to this resource. Won’t you join me today at The Curriculum Choice? We’ll talk Tapestry… Have you found a curriculum you and your children absolutely love? One that is a perfect fit for everyone’s learning style?
2010-2011: 7th, 6th and 3rd grades plus two preschoolers Tapestry of Grace Year 4 “From Teddy Roosevelt to Sept 11th” everyone participates in this unit study approach which includes History, Writing, Vocabulary, Geography, Bible, Worldview, Arts and Activities, Literature and Music. We use workboxes with Tapestry. Read about how I am the Tapestry cheerleader here 🙂 All Tapestry posts here Bible – Plants Grown Up