Flag Day and July 4th June 14 is Flag Day in the USA and July 4th marks the anniversary of our nations independence. If your family is like ours, books will play a big part in the patriotic festivities as we remember our history, celebrate our freedom, and honor our flag, our veterans and our […]
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Wondering what to read for summer? Picture books, chapter books, and activity books – Here are ten of our best picks for summer reading for all ages. Hello Ocean (Pam Muñoz Ryan, Mark Astrella) – beautiful illustrations about all thinks sea shore. How I Spent my Summer Vacation (Mark Teague) – a rhyming discourse of […]
All of us are used to learning with books, but generally the majority of those books are textbooks. What if we changed it up, used a Literature Based Curriculum with less text books and more real living books! Would it still count as learning? Would it work? What would you say if I told you […]
A Curriculum Worth Sharing! We are very excited about using Bright Ideas Press Christian Kids Explore Science in our homeschool for the coming year! Click here to see a full list of what we will be using. Are you a blogger who will be using Bright Ideas Press as part of your homeschool or co-op curriculum […]
I have been writing since I can remember. As a child I collected every scrap of paper and extra stationary sheet I could find. I wrote down everything. I even wrote a letter to the president once! I enjoyed my writing assignments in high school and have had numerous penpals through the years. In college […]
The Ultimate History Field Trip The Field trip to beat all field trips. The post I wrote for Heather at UpsideDownHomeschooling is a must read if you like off the charts field trip adventures. I can’t give it all away, but if you’ve ever wondered how to take an awesome history field trip, you won’t […]