Welcome to the Carnival of homeschooling. I’ve dug through my blog and photo archive to see what things were typically happening in our family in early December. Over a month since the change, and we were still not used to Continue reading The Carnival of Homeschooling: the Gingerbread Can Cure Poison Hour Edition.
A few years ago, while researching cheap costumes for a co-op theater class, I came across Paper Mask Making by Michael Grater at the library, I used it so much, DH bought me a copy from Dover for my birthday Continue reading Mask Making
I signed up to review The History of the Medieval World, partly because I remember my professor at Houghton College pointing out that while Western Civilization books start out with maps of the Mediterranean, then shift to Europe, it’s not Continue reading “The History of the Medieval World” by Susan Wise Bauer, a review