Second Grade Charlotte Mason Curriculum

This website contains affiliate links. We are a participant in the Amazon Services LLC Associates Program, and other affiliate advertising programs designed to provide an income for us by linking to Amazon.com and affiliated sites.Second Grade Charlotte Mason Curriculum This year for second grade we’ve jumped full force into Charlotte Mason homeschooling. Prior to this, […] Read more…

Handicraft for Younger Children: Pressed Flowers.

Pressing Flowers as a Handicraft

Pressing Flowers as a Handicraft   Pressing flowers is a way of keeping the glories of nature with us all year long. Children who preserve flowers for craft projects are proud to bring some of the wilderness they find indoors. They are able to keep the spirit of their beloved treasures alive. Preserving flowers by […] Read more…

Homeschool Calendar

Year-Round School versus Traditional School Homeschooling? What does your homeschool calendar look like? Is there a benefit to aligning your homeschooling schedule with local schools or should you homeschool all year long? I’ve seen this question posed in homeschooling forums many times over the years. The majority of homeschooling families appear to homeschool year-round, taking […] Read more…

Mom Group

Why You Need A Mom Group As a mostly stay-at-home mom, making friends is super hard. While I love my kids and I sacrifice to make sure I can stay home and homeschool them, it can be very isolating. There are several things I do to keep myself sane but nothing is more important to […] Read more…

How To Design Your Own Homeschool Curriculum

How To Design Your Own Homeschool Curriculum Curriculum shopping can be confusing and expensive. You can design a curriculum for your children which makes the most of your family’s strengths and needs. You don’t need to buy a packaged curriculum to homeschool! Let me repeat myself here you CAN design your own homeschool curriculum. How […] Read more…

Living Book

Living Books

Living Books Many homeschool methods advocate the use of “living books.” Charlotte Mason, in particular, is one that comes to mind first! However understanding what living books are, and how to use them to teach your children at home takes a little learning on your part! Homeschoolers today are blessed with a great variety of […] Read more…

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