We just started using Rabbit Trails Through Literature as an elementary language arts supplement, and it's so fun! My youngest daughter and I had a ball with it this week. As soon as we get more books that are on hold at the library, we'll do more of these during afternoon tea time! Disclosure: … [Read more...] about Rabbit Trails Through Literature as an Elementary Language Arts Supplement
Shakespeare. Just the name strikes fear into many a homeschool mom's heart. Maybe even the same fear that calculus or physics or research paper does. So, I totally understand why you'd say: "Me? Teach Shakespeare? Then it has to be easy." And, today I'll tell you how it can be! I first … [Read more...] about Me? Teach Shakespeare? Then it has to be easy.
To be or not to be a family who studies Shakespeare. That is the question. May I encourage you in this endeavor since studying Shakespeare has so many benefits for the education of our students. To help you I have 18 amazing resources for teaching Shakespeare to your kids that will make it fun and … [Read more...] about 18 Amazing Resources for Teaching Shakespeare to Your Kids
I am so excited to introduce a brand new online course called 10 Weeks of Shakespeare Introductory Course for 7th-12th Grades. 10 Weeks of Shakespeare ~ Introductory Course for 7th-12th Grades. If you have ever tried to teach Shakespeare to your kids, like I have, you may have found it … [Read more...] about 10 Weeks of Shakespeare ~ Introductory Course for 7th-12th Grades
From the first moment I learned about Charlotte Mason, I have wanted to incorporate nature walks in my homeschool. But I would get in a rut and never could think of anything new to do. Imagine my thrill to find Cindy West's book 100+ Easy and Fun Creative Nature Walks! What I love about this … [Read more...] about 100+ Easy and Fun Creative Nature Walks
Disclosure: I get commissions for purchases made through affiliate links in this post. We are doing something new this year: Tapestry of Grace! I'm really excited about it because it completely fits in with my style of teaching: some Charlotte Mason (reading living books) and Classical Education … [Read more...] about Intro to Our Brand New Curriculum: Tapestry of Grace