If you read my personal blog on a regular basis, you've probably noticed that my kids and I have been surprised to discover a real love of nature study this year. We've tried having a nature study time in the past, but it has always fallen by the wayside until this year. I thought I'd share some ... Read More about Nature Study 101
Prima Latina is an introductory Latin course designed with children from Kindergarten to 3rd grade in mind. The course contains 25 lessons spread over four pages. Each lesson teaches a "practical Latin" phrase, such as "Salve!"- Hello, 5 vocabulary words, and one line of a Latin prayer, such as ... Read More about Review: Prima Latina
I have talked about ideas before for using leftover hamburger buns. One of my favorites, especially when the buns are starting to get a little on the not as soft side, is to make grilled cheese sandwiches with them.I can't claim this ideas as my own. One of my best friends, Amanda, used ... Read More about Using Leftover Hamburger Buns to Make Grilled Cheese Sandwiches
Today's guest post is by Melissa from HopeSprouts. My oldest daughter, Bels, and I started homeschooling kindergarten last year while my youngest progressed into an investigative toddler. While we were pretty relaxed in our lessons, there were still times when I needed some quiet one on one ... Read More about Keeping Toddlers Busy While Homeschooling
The kids were talking in the van as we were getting out, so I said, "What?" Noah replied, "Jack was just mumbling to himself." This made Molly ask, "What is mumbling?" Noah answered, "Mumbling is when you are silently saying something to yourself but somebody else hears and ... Read More about What is Mumbling?