A Charlotte Mason Inspired Homeschool Curriculum Switch Up: Math, Grammar, Art and More

Last Tuesday was curriculum share night at our homeschool parent support group. It's basically adult show-and-tell, and it's the best thing ever. I learn more from these nights—from thirty women taking two minutes each to talk about their favourite teaching tools—than from any conference or workshop or talk that I have ever attended. I always … Continue reading A Charlotte Mason Inspired Homeschool Curriculum Switch Up: Math, Grammar, Art and More

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A Peek Into Our Homeschool Day

I creak my eyes open and fumble for my phone, trying desperately to figure out how to snooze the soft music that sounds too loud in the stillness. It's time to wake up and I'm not ready. Within minutes, I hear the slapping of little feet on hardwood in the hallway. It's my littlest, and she … Continue reading A Peek Into Our Homeschool Day

Product Review: Daily Geography Practice

When I first started teaching geography, it was through country studies. We read beautiful, living books. We invited people into our home to teach us about places they lived or ministered in. We sampled food from around the world, coloured flags, dressed up and did some pretty cool crafts and activities. But my children needed … Continue reading Product Review: Daily Geography Practice

Geography Adventures: Letters From Afar

They love checking the mailbox, those girls of mine. They have three magazine subscriptions: one free, one gifted, and one from us. They receive birthday cards and postcards from summer camp. And they have Letters From Afar. Out of all the mail they get, the little brown envelopes from Letters From Afar elicit the most … Continue reading Geography Adventures: Letters From Afar