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Building Your Own Curriculum Box Part II

In Building Your Own Curriculum Box Pat Part I, I promised to write about our specific curriculum choices for this year – so here it is.   537 more words

For The Family

Well Done!

God designed us each with our own unique talents, strengths, abilities and experiences. He planned out things we should do for Him before the world began. 826 more words


Carnival of Homeschool - The Ages and Stages Edition

These are the magic years…everything is new and exciting. Making the most of creativity and firsts… it’s an amazing part of life that is the foundation for lifelong learning. 689 more words

Home Education

This 'weeks' character trait training !!

Yes, I have ‘week’ set apart as it seems we keep them for several weeks… I don’t think that’s a bad thing.. but it will make for a very loooooong journey… which isn’t the worst thing that could happen. 476 more words


2014-15 Homeschool Studies Overview

We have already started our 3rd week of school! Although yesterday was a holiday, I usually prefer not to take that day off from school. I save my days off for when I really want or need them! 269 more words


Curriculum Tweaks

Of course, being new to un/homeschooling, I couldn't expect every choice to be perfect. I found the Geography book we ordered will be good to test rote memory, but I didn't feel it would give Sage an in-depth understanding of Geography, so I went back to the drawing board and did more research. 298 more words

Lord Of The Flies

"Tickets, Please!" - Part 1

When I was growing up my grandfather would regularly take me uptown to watch the trains come into the station, ours was a little branch line off the main train lines in our area outside of New York City. 598 more words