I can’t tell you how many times in the past six months I’ve looked over at my husband and whispered, “I’m so glad we’re doing this.” Deciding to homeschool was scary, but it’s the best decision we could have made. Now it’s the end of the year, and I’m taking some time to look back at where we’ve been and ahead at all of the exciting things to come.Read More
Introduction to money unit resources to use to supplement your math lesson plans. Click through to find book lists, activities, media integration, and field trip ideas. Don’t forget to grab your free printable!Read More
Our trip around the world led us to the South American Rain Forest. We extended our lesson plans quite a bit. Following the tiny poison arrow frog right down the rabbit hole.Read More
The election is quickly approaching and the oldest has shown some interest. While we chat about politics at the dinner table he asks, “What’s a debate?” and the next morning says, “So who is the new president?”
I can’t fail him on this one. This is important stuff.Read More
A list of 110 (mostly literature) books for learning math aimed at early elementary age children. Links are to read aloud videos on YouTube – to use as a hook for new skills, to preview books, if our library doesn’t have a copy available, or as a support to read alouds.
Ya know, instead of re-reading the same thing a dozen times this week.Read More