We don’t really “do” curriculum, but we made one big splurge at a local used-curriculum fair – a gigantic timeline of history.
As part of our study of robots, we made some (nonworking) models out of Legos and recycled boxes.
Our family’s reading for the week of March 29, 2012, included the Guinness Book of World Records and National Geographic’s Titanic website.
A multi-hour monopoly game and a hike around a former golf course turned park near our home made for a perfect spring day.
We might not be expert homeschoolers, but we know what NOT to do. Here are the top 5 things to avoid as we learned in our first couple months of homeschooling!
We spent hours and hours researching the Titanic just before the 100th anniversary of its 1912 wreck.
March 24, 2012, was our daughter Sarah’s 12th birthday. We celebrated with cookie cake and visit to a local lake!
Even “bad” homeschooling days are better than our public school days. Yeah, even when they involve live birds flying around your house.
Our family’s reading for the week of March 22, 2012, included a whole lot of nature books, including field guides to birds, butterflies and moths.
A 1920 geography textbook led to an amazing project for Sarah and Chris, involving analysis from Native Americans to the Amish.