I love doing natural "living" math with my youngest kids. I have rarely used an actual math curriculum all year long with them. But there are times when it's also great to give them something from a real math curriculum. That's what I've been doing with my 6-year-old (almost 7) this summer. Here … [Read more...] about 5 Wonderful Benefits of Using Online Learning to do Early Math
Want Your Kids to Learn Math Fast and Well?
Do you want your kids to learn math fast and well? So do I! Unfortunately, several of them weren't. We go through the math curriculum, but at the end of the year, some are still slow, make many mistakes, and don't completely understand every concept. Disclosure: I received Learn Math Fast … [Read more...] about Want Your Kids to Learn Math Fast and Well?
R.E.A.D. Ready, Eager, Able and Determined to Read kindergarten curriculum
Are you looking for a new kindergarten curriculum for your child? Update: This one was really great for my daughter last year. I think you and your child will love it, too! New Product from The Crafty Classroom I just started a new reading kindergarten curriculum with my youngest daughter. She … [Read more...] about R.E.A.D. Ready, Eager, Able and Determined to Read kindergarten curriculum
100+ Easy and Fun Creative Nature Walks
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
Review: Cobblestone Path Church History Research Journal
Cobblestone Church History I have the blessing to share with you today a review of the Cobblestone Path Church History Research Journal for the years of the Apostolic and Early Church Ages of c. 30-325 A.D. by Danika Cooley. There are 8 Church History Research Journals available which begin with … [Read more...] about Review: Cobblestone Path Church History Research Journal
Why Use Planning Aids for Tapestry of Grace?
Many years ago when I was just starting homeschooling with my oldest in kindergarten, I learned about Tapestry of Grace from a friend. She had been using it for years and advised me to wait to use this amazing curriculum until I was teaching older grades--like junior high. Why? It's because … [Read more...] about Why Use Planning Aids for Tapestry of Grace?