Way back at the end of October I participated in Dawn’s planner party in which I described how I use my planner, brain dump notebook and commonplace book. I make a point in one of my homeschooling talks (the one about atmosphere) that thoughtful people write down their thoughts. I get a lot of feedback on […]
Would you like a peek at my planner and commonplace? Today it's features at By Sun and Candlelight, participating in Dawn's planner party. I've really been enjoying the last week of posts and I've been inspired to be more creative in my journaling and planning. Check it out.
Fun? Math? Really? Let's say more fun than usual. In these dark snowy days of late winter (good heavens has it been cold here) it's fun to just change the routine and take the subject that generates the least enthusiasm and change it up. On occasional Fridays we take a break from the math […]
"Prior to the modern age and the ubiquity of textbooks, it was common for students to learn history by the reading of primary sources. It was taken for granted that they best way to educate oneself about what the ancient Greeks thought was to read the writings of the ancient Greeks" Extraordinary to think […]
I was inclined to name the post "Favorite Homeschool Tools" but somehow the word tools seemed too much like work. Don't get me wrong, homeschooling is work, hard work but it's also a great joy as well as making a big mess. 🙂 Stuff fits better. So this is my list of what I consider […]