Tags » Homeschool

a project to decompress from all my other projects...

A shocking 80% of New Year’s Resolutions smash by February. I, unsurprisingly, find I am no different than every other lame Lindsay slacker who can’t even managed to keep their own word to themselves. 719 more words

Diy

SENSITIVE TOPIC: Teaching My Kids About the Devastating Parts of Farming

I debated posting about this for a long time. It’s not an easy thing to discuss. I posted previously about a hard day I had that resulted in me having to cull two baby rabbits, plus nearly losing two more later that day from a snake attack. 1,311 more words

Homeschool

Free Under the Sea Subtraction Worksheet

We’re plugging along with our homeschool year, though to be quite honest I’m glad there are only a few weeks left! I’m a big fan of piecing together my own curriculum, though it takes a lot of work and the array of choices is staggering and overwhelming – and expensive! 248 more words

Homeschool

Science Center 4/23/18

This week we are having family week since Alvin has the whole week off work for our anniversary!

We played in the water area first. We always start and end in the water play area. 208 more words

Homeschool

Public School Is Made For Every Kid, But Not Every Kid Is Made For Public School

Recently, my local news channel posted the link to an article that was posted on Simplemost.  The article was titled “Hey, We Work Until 5–So Why Does School Still Get Out At 3:00?”  You can read the article… 1,232 more words

Homeschool

Reflections from a Second Generation Homeschooler

Thanks for checking back with us! I hope you’ll enjoy this second half of our little series on how second generation homeschoolers’ experiences affect their educational choices for their children. 1,086 more words

Homeschool

History: The Pacific Peoples

Week 30 of school we learned about the Pacific Peoples using Layers of Learning, year 2 unit 17.

We did mapwork.

We added to our timeline. 27 more words

Cameron