Yesterday I reaped the fruits of my Summer scramble. The ladies who were in charge of announcements, set up, clean up, kid wrangling and teaching worked flawlessly. I passed of my church key, and geometry book to my substitutes, Continue reading Ah, ready to go to China, mostly and drawing with young kids.
I sometimes feel like Aesop’s Bat; not really one thing or another. Especially with homeschool philosophies. When I read ‘Home Education Magazine’ I think, this is great; the journaling by parents, the responsiveness to a child’s individuality, using the library Continue reading What I’ve borrowed from different homeschool philosophies
This morning I can travel to the scrap book store sans kids, to buy a new mini book to fill with favorite pictures to take to China with me, so I can look over my family from far away. What Continue reading New Scrapbook and co-op management
Let me introduce myself. I’ve homeschooled my oldest boy since kindergarten, the youngest announced last year that he was also homeschooled, and demanded some one on one lesson time, no more sink full of dishes or playdough while big brother Continue reading Hello All