“From the time my children were in kindergarten, I have followed the same basic weekly schedule for math. We typically complete three textbook lessons per week and two living math lessons per week.” ~ Cindy West Cindy West’s Loving Living Math has given my family permission. Permission to learn and enjoy the real life stuff of math. See, I admit I am not a real
“Make this summer a time to learn a little something new about your world. Finding time for these challenges will help this summer be one that your child will not only learn something new but make special seasonal memories for a lifetime.” – Barbara McCoy Lightning bugs. Frogs. Raccoons. Owls. Mosquitoes. Ants. Trees. Weather. Even bats. That’s what we’ve studied this summer. Just about once
Stop, drop and roll; numbers, matching, science, music, math, cutting and pasting, coloring, calendar work, weather seasons, holidays, Bible verse memory work and Biblical world view. “Complete multi-subject curriculum for preschoolers” ~ Answers in Genesis And, look! Right at the top of each page – plenty of practice in name writing. Join me at The Curriculum Choice today for the full review of this fun
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?
I was reminded again why we’ll be heading into our sixth year enjoying Rod and Staff English. Yesterday, third grader and I read… How sweet are thy words unto my taste! Yea, sweeter than honey to my mouth! Psalm 119:103 The assignment to emphasize that when we read God’s word we “should be careful to get all the good sweetness we can… …We must not
I count it a benefit of homeschooling when one of the masters can step in and teach my children. Thomas Kinkade has led my children in Drawing Basics several times already. That is with the Alpha Omega DVD Lifepac. An Alpha Omega Lifepac is a full subject of study “built upon the principle of mastery learning.” Drawing Basics is an elective Lifepac. Our two eldest
From the Answers in Genesis site: “Answers are important. If children aren’t given answers to their questions about the Bible and the history it reveals, they cannot defend their faith against a fallen world. The Answers Book for Kids series is a unique collection of question-answer books from Ken Ham and the creative team at Answers in Genesis that meet this need.” How we use
Slow and Steady Get Me Ready is one of our favorites for the preschool crowd. Activities are for birth to age five. It’s packed full of skills to work on once a week. I’m over at The Curriculum Choice today sharing about how we use it in our home… Join me? My other reviews at The Curriculum Choice: 365 Days of Celebration and Praise Your