I’ve been meaning to share a few plans and printables with you for the Morning Basket this year. This year, I’m working with a 9th grader, 5th grader, 2nd grader, and 2… Continue reading
They are very much like little bread crumbs from place to place, book to book, and the more we add, the more my children’s overall relationship with geography places deepens.
I’ve been doing some bigger picture thinking – you know the kind I mean? When you “zoom out” with your vision in light of everything, taking it all in while keeping your own… Continue reading
This series is long overdue for a revival! I enjoyed posting these so much and I learn so much when I dig into the principles Miss Mason sets out for the teacher, so… Continue reading
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It’s fall! Officially!! Pumpkin spice latte’, corduroy and crisp breezes! Delish! And that also means it’s time for that seasonal clothes switcheroo…you know when you go through all the closets and freshen things up… Continue reading
Do you cherish these board-book-filled days as much as I do? They’re sweet and tender aren’t they? We’re all preparing the soil in these delight-filled early years, and it is no less important… Continue reading
Preparing the soil. It’s such an evocative expression, isn’t it? Most of us are tending our gardens, attempting to coax some semblance of life out of them while the heat and lack of… Continue reading
I’m so excited and thrilled to be on my way to the Denver Rocky Mountain Catholic Home Educators Conference again! I had a fantastic time speaking to all of you wonderful ladies in 2012,… Continue reading
Some time ago, the CiRCE Institute shared a 2003 conference talk by Dr. James Taylor on the topic of using the Good Books and the Great Books as part of teaching literature. It… Continue reading