Let's rethink your plan to homeschool. Nine years homeschooling, and I still question it. Every year is different, and I am not one who thinks everyone should do it. Before you make a big jump into this world, let's ask the following questions and make sure you know what you're getting yourself into.
Learning Math through Family Games
Games reinforce math learning naturally --- so much better than worksheets. Remember math includes logic, planning, patterns, shapes and matching… not just numbers. These are mom-tested and kid-approved games every family needs to know about.
Noah’s Ark Animal Sanctuary – Locust Grove, Georgia
animals while providing education to the community of the value of all living things. With the goal of releasing animals back into the wild, this center offers these domestic, farm, exotic, and retired medical research animals a permanent home if this is not possible. Each large habitat area is set up to try to mimic their home as much as possible. Come see lions, tigers, bears, monkeys, and so much more.
Gameschool: Ten Tips to Make Games a Priority in Your Family
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.
Inviting the Kids into Our Adult Learning Lives
“What did you read about today at work, Dad?” This has become a frequent question asked over supper as we gather around the table with Daddy. Or during a card game after work. Or randomly throughout the day. At this time, Daddy shares with the kids and myself what he read that day in his … Continue reading Inviting the Kids into Our Adult Learning Lives