How do you choose the books for Tapestry of Grace was a question I answered often as a Tapestry booth hostess at homeschool conventions. A Tapestry of Grace Year Plan offers an extensive list of resources for your family. It is a buffet of wonderful offerings. In our years with Tapestry, we have never read every single book. Tapestry authors offer more than you need
It’s the time of year when I get questions on curriculum choices! I love to talk curriculum. And today I am sharing a question Holli asked about the homeschool resources Tapestry of Grace and Answers in Genesis: History Revealed. It’s a post I’ve promised for a while. Hi Tricia, Q: I really wanted to ask you a question about history at your house. I know
Now and then I have tried a new curriculum because of a review I read or because it was the latest, greatest thing homeschoolers were raving about. Sometimes that worked, sometimes not. Today I am sharing those things we’ve made a habit of sticking with. As I mentioned last week, there are curriculum talks and end of the year conversations swirling all around me. I
I’ve shared before some of the frequently asked questions we get here at Hodgepodge. We even have a menu tab for FAQs which categorizes The Six Most FAQ Homeschool Resource Questions and questions on teaching multiple ages. But in the last couple of months during this homeschool planning season, fellow families have found the posts I shared on the how tos of Tapestry of Grace
One of those wonderful benefits of homeschooling is continuing to learn right alongside your children. History, a love of art, composers, nature study. I just love continuing education. For many years now, Tapestry of Grace has truly woven together all the learning in our home. All ages learning the same topics, on their age, grade and skill level. We’ve used Tapestry since our eldest was
Recently, Janeen asked a Tapestry of Grace (TOG) question: I am interested in starting my family with Tapestry of Grace after reading your posts and reviews of the program. I went to their site and have read and watched everything I can. I really want to start implementing this with my kids right away. I have noticed them losing excitement for school and this seems
In my continuing series on teaching multiple ages, today I share with you how to plan Tapestry of Grace. Even if you don’t use Tapestry, many of these planning tips can be applied to teaching an age range in general. Join me… I think the biggest learning curve with Tapestry of Grace is finding what works best for your family. Opening up that year plan
I’m always learning as a homeschool parent. These first few weeks of school I have still been planning our year. Yes, the basics are going on and I’m still gathering resources. Learning about Homeschool Tracker. And discovering things I forgot to order like a Saxon first grade meeting book. But that’s what starting slow is for, right? To get your groove before the full load.