I started this post about two weeks ago with full confidence that I had the first term of B's first grade year, which starts in about two weeks, all set. All my little term schedule boxes were filled in and I was READY! Or so I thought. Who knew that blogging could actually help me to be MORE ... Read More about AO Year 1 (or First Grade) Term 1 Plans
I have always had grand, huge intentions for the summer months, mentally filling each weekend with camping trips and visits to local attractions and excursions to the mountains while the weekdays themselves are crowded with read-alouds and hikes and art projects, etc. until there isn't a minute of ... Read More about Mesa Verde and Aztec Ruins Junior Ranger Adventures
I have always been of the mindset that it was better to wait on "school things" for my son, following a better-late-than-early approach. I hadn’t pushed him to start reading at an early age or tried to force any kind of structured preschool program on him and was quite happy with those decisions. ... Read More about Charlotte Mason-Inspired Kindergarten Curriculum eBook!
(To read more about Charlotte Mason picture study and to see the other aids I have available, click here.) FINALLY! I know, right? Well yes, finally, it's here: the picture study aid for Peter Paul Rubens. In offering this one, I have to admit that despite my love of all things Flemish during ... Read More about Charlotte Mason Picture Study Aid: Peter Paul Rubens
I'm neck-deep in various tasks currently related to work and home and homeschooling and everything else in the entire world, so blog posts are a low priority right now. I do have a few updates, though, for some things coming in the next few weeks.... First off, I just wanted to give you all a ... Read More about Kindergarten Curriculum and Picture Study Aid Updates