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Make family learning more interactive and fun with TV schooling. With these five shows as example, see how your family can travel and experience history in new way while cuddled up on the couch. Learning is a lifestyle!
Incorporating games into your family life and homeschool is easier than it may seem. See the educational and growth benefits of playing games. Use them to grow as a family and learn new skills. Make the games work for you and allow them to become yours. If you haven’t found your favorite, keep looking and let yourself play with your kids. Prioritize it and be glad you did.
Have you ever been reading to the kids or to yourself only to stop several pages later and realize you have no idea the words you have just read? One part of our brain keeps moving forward while the other completely starts thinking about preparing lunch or that text the husband sent or how the kids are not obeying… I … Continue reading Take a Deep Dive into Picture Books
How to have a family history study of John F. Kennedy and the 1960s through books and movies
I’m a picture study rebel. A mom who wants to do art study but can’t follow through. Anyone else? When I discovered Charlotte Mason, I loved the inclusion of art study. I’ve always enjoyed art museums and frequently take the kids to them. I bought the big coffee table books of the masters, the Usborne art cards, art puzzles, hung … Continue reading A Beginner’s Guide to Illustrator Study with Picture Books
Learning happens anywhere and any time, usually without you acknowledging it. When you do call it “learning”, that’s when the kids stop doing that very thing. Whether you do traditional schooling or homeschooling, driving in the car is a great time to do some fun family learning any time. Now, a quick disclaimer. Being on a road trip as the … Continue reading Schooling from the Driver’s Seat
For an American family, we would be considered larger than average with our six: Mom, Dad, and four kids ranging in age from 12 down to 6. And, currently, we would not be considered normal. Seven years ago, we were more normal. Maybe average is a better word than normal. Our oldest child was in public school kindergarten, and Mom … Continue reading Once Upon a Time