I am so excited to be back studying ancient history with the kids this year. We’ve loosely followed the classical homeschooling method for years, and while I knew we would come back to ancients at the end of a history cycle, it’s really exciting to be studying Egypt again. For Little Miss, this is the […]
Help your child master their math facts this fall with these fun, printable multiplication puzzles. 9 sets in total, covering facts for 1-9. Simply print, laminate, cut and go!
Today’s guest post is by Lesley Arnold and Leslie Daniels, Oak Meadow K-8 Teachers- Enjoy! Life is full of transitions, and helping our children through them is one of the most challenging—and rewarding—aspects of parenthood. I have a wonderful memory of my 11-month-old daughter pulling herself up to a standing position. After weeks of trying […]
September is here so watch out, you are about to see pumpkin spice everywhere! And as much as I love a pumpkin spice latte I don’t always have the time to run out and get one, not to mention how expensive it is to be buying coffee out all the time. So I decided it […]
We are *almost* all settled into our new home in Mississippi, so it’s back to homeschool for us. Today, I wanted to share a little bit about how we do health and PE for the kids. Tons of families don’t do anything formal for these subjects outside of seasonal team sports, and we don’t either. […]
This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #FallIntoClean #CollectiveBias Our house is on the market- we purchased our home here in the Washington DC area when we thought we would be here a long time. I hadn’t planned on needing to sell it so soon, […]
Kids in the Kitchen: Easy Fall Pies with 5 Ingredients School has started and fall is in the air! This means the beginning of the holiday season with rapidly approaching Halloween, Thanksgiving, Christmas/Hannakuh/Kwanzaa, New Years one after the other. We LOVE pie in our house and you all know how much I love to bake […]
This post is sponsored by Spielgaben- check out their amazing manipulative set! We’ve kicked off the new school year! This year, I am teaching grades 6, 3 and kindergarten (with a little bit of freedom in defining exactly what those grade levels mean- thank goodness for homeschooled freedom and the ability to have a third grader […]