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Do you know the feeling you get when you find something so exciting you just can’t wait to share it? Well, that’s exactly how I feel right now! I have stumbled upon a brand new homeschool book titled Love the Journey – Homeschooling Principles to Practices. It’s written to encourage teaching moms…especially those who are […]Continue reading
As an adult, I always find it so comforting when in times of fear, trouble, hurt, or uncertainty a relevant Bible verse pops into my mind and offers me a little glimpse of God and His care for me. Recently, Philippians 4:13, “I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me,” has been a […]Continue reading
We recently received our first Little Passports kit in the mail! Isn’t getting something fun in the mail always so exciting?!?! As a former elementary social studies teacher, I was really excited to get to see this geography program first hand. If you haven’t heard of Little Passports: A Global Adventure before, it’s an award-winning subscription […]Continue reading
We have been using the pre-reading level of All About Reading for several weeks now and we LOVE it! I spent a lot of time researching before I chose this program and as a former elementary and reading teacher turned mom to two preschoolers, I really can’t say enough good things about it — it’s […]Continue reading
Why use curriculum in preschool? While my personal opinion is that you do not NEED any curriculum for preschool, I know many people, including myself, often like to have some pre-made plans just to make life simpler, and sometimes kids really like and enjoy this type of thing. Plus, most curriculums have really come a […]Continue reading
We are thrilled to be reviewing the (pre) reading program All About Reading Level Pre-1. If you missed my previous post, an introduction to the program, start here first. We have just completed the 10th lesson of the 78 included in the program, so now that we are really getting into it and have a […]Continue reading
In the past two months or so, I have researched LOTS of different options for teaching letters, sounds, rhyme, etc. to my children, including making my own lessons. Oh, I’ve always been teaching them about these things, but as Luke (age 4) goes into his final year before kindergarten and is at the point of beginning […]Continue reading