Early American history resource round-up: book lists, geography resources, morningtime memory work, art suggestions, and movies for educating your elementary and middle school students, and pursuing your own life-long learning.
Want to have your own and your children's hearts filled with poetry, but you're not sure where to start? There are the 12 poems I think everyone - child and adult - should know by heart!
Want a fun peek into our morningtime and memory work routine? Want to learn about some great resources for your own morning basket? Read the post and watch the video!
Watch the video to see how you can combine multiple subjects in 1 notebook, without added worksheets, book reports, or comprehension pages! I give actual examples from elementary, middle school, and high school reading journals!
What if you asked a Dad and a Mom the same series of questions about their homeschooling? Would their perspectives be similar or different? And what do they wish they'd known before they started?
Don’t know much about math? It’s not too late to explore this subject in new ways as you pursue your own life-long learning as an adult!
Multiplication Facts That Stick and Division Facts That Stick provide effective tools not only to memorize the facts with rapid recall, but to understand how multiplication and division work. Book reviews and Giveaway!