What can I say. I’m jumping into the homeschool co-op feet first. While I’m pretty well content keeping to myself doing my own thing, plugging away. The kids have other ideas, and I don’t blame them. They want to hang out with other kids, play with other kids and just … Continue reading
Just like always I bite off more than I can chew. As we continue searching for our homeschooling groove we’re trying out different approaches to see what works. With that said, I thought I’d give you an idea of some things I’m hoping to do this month with our June … Continue reading
I mentioned a couple of months ago that the girls and I love to read books together. They are still young, only 4 and 6, however the snuggle time in Mommy and Daddy’s bed is a huge treat to them so they like to listen to bigger books even though … Continue reading
Last Friday I met up with a wonderful group of local homeschoolers. Many of them were well seasoned in their homeschooling ways, some were brand new to the homeschool registration process like I was, and one family was even new to the country!
I won’t lie. We grill out frequently for Memorial Day weekend. It’s a delicious, delicious tradition. I’m mighty handy in the kitchen with the prep work, and my husband mans the grill like a pro. We also spend the weekend getting projects completed, housework caught up on, and if we’re … Continue reading
**I would like to thank Nikolas Baron, from Grammarly, for sharing this guest post on awesome free writing resources.** Getting back into a homeschooling routine after a long weekend can be difficult, especially when our focus for the day is on developing writing skills. While children always love the ability to express themselves, … Continue reading
It’s that time again! Time for the monthly writing prompts for kids. Here are some ideas to get the creativity flowing from young and old alike. Have fun and remember, the sky’s the limit.
I’ve been visiting the Henry Doorly Zoo every year for at least the past 25 years. I can honestly say I love this zoo. I may be biased, however it ranks as one of the top zoo’s in both the nation and the world, so my bias is well supported. … Continue reading
The end of the Kindergarten year is fast approaching for Charlie and I can’t believe everything we’ve covered this year! Here’s a quick run down of just some of the many topics we’ve covered this year.