Our 2019-2020 Homeschool Curriculum Choices for Grades 3 and 4

It's officially summer break (with the exception of some leftover math and spelling lessons), and I'll soon be sitting down to schedule and plan curriculum for the fall. I already have most of what we'll need for next year, which is a wonderful feeling. Since I love reading about other people's curriculum choices, I thought … Continue reading Our 2019-2020 Homeschool Curriculum Choices for Grades 3 and 4

The Week in Review

It's crazy to think that there are less than three weeks until Christmas. We've been having a lovely time going on brisk walks and cozying up indoors with hot chocolate and stories. I hope you've been enjoying these weeks leading up to Christmas as well! Below, you'll find out what's been happening on The Grace-Filled Life … Continue reading The Week in Review

The Week in Review

  Hey everyone, Welcome to the weekend feature! It's all the very best things in one end-of-the-week roundup: books, homeschooling, blog posts, nature and wonderful things from around the web. But before we get to that, have you ever checked out The Grace-Filled Life Facebook page? It's your one-stop place for encouragement, inspiration and laughs throughout … Continue reading The Week in Review

100+ Autumn-Themed Storybooks to Read to Your Child

Every morning, my girls and I sit down together and read stories. Like any home educator, there's usually a huge pile of seasonal literature on hold for me at the library (and an equally huge amount of late fines that I need to pay!). With each new season that passes, we discover more amazing books … Continue reading 100+ Autumn-Themed Storybooks to Read to Your Child

Geography Adventures: Toronto’s Chinatown

I always tell my children that one of the best things about homeschooling is the number of field trips we are able to take. It is so wonderful to have the freedom to do some experiential exploration of the things we're learning about! This week, we're going to be studying The Story About Ping to coincide with Chinese New … Continue reading Geography Adventures: Toronto’s Chinatown