Some years I’ve started the homeschool year gently by doing one class a day beginning in late August but this year I had no plans to do so. I did put so many math picture books on reserve at the Continue reading Accidental Soft Start to Homeschool
I guess everyone has a story about how they started homeschooling, and how they make decisions about continuing or changing how they see to their children’s education. I finally got around to writing about our beginning over at Homeschooling Consultation.
You’ve all heard me grousing about homeschool summer paperwork/prep. I get ridiculously stressed about it, then almost addicted to feeling important as I look at my long lists that take July to finish. It’s August now, the books are chosen, Continue reading This year, my friend celebrated my paperwork finish – even though I am a grownup.
I heard Dan discussing something with K about how to hang a piece of artwork as I woke up this morning. She’d tied her new ribbons from her Jr Church teacher into a mobile, and recruited Daddy to hang it Continue reading My Born Planner/Leader
The Family Fun Fair The 2014 Rehoboth Baptist Church annual Family Fun Fair will be on August 16th. The Family Fun Fair is a one day event with bible lessons, puppets, crafts, and lots more. Every year, both children and Continue reading DH Guest Post: Caution Tape Maze Revisited, Part I
We’ve had a summer of Spunky Princesses. When we finished reading the last of the James Herriot books out loud, I grabbed “A posse of Princesses” by Sherwood Smith off the shelf, and tried it out. To my surprise, the Continue reading The read alouds this summer had lots of spunky princesses