Our family’s reading for June 2013 included Master Books’ Chronicles of Dinosauria; the Percy Jackson and the Olympians series; and a DK Lego Minifigures encyclopedia.
These 10 books about learning from life and the philosophy of education should challenge and inspire you no matter your family’s learning style – homeschoolers, public-schoolers, parents of toddlers or teens.
This week, as part of the iHomeschool Network’s 10 * in * 10 series, I’m sharing 10 must-read books. Yes, with all I read, I CAN narrow it down to 10. I promise.
We’ve identified several birds and a special moth in our yard this spring. Here’s what backyard wildlife we found – and how we identified them.
I’m part of a great ebook titled “iBlog: Everything You Need to Know About Blogging from 30 Top Bloggers.” There is a ton of great advice available here!
In honor of what would have been his 105th birthday in May 2013, we celebrate the life of Ian Fleming, creator of James Bond, and suggest some ideas to help you learn more about him!
Here’s a look at the books Sarah received for her 13th birthday, as well as some other things we’ve been reading as a family in March 2013.
Our Tuesday series of quotes by great mathematicians and scientists continues with a reminder about knowledge.
One of Sarah’s current passions is for all things James Bond. See what she thinks about Skyfall and Goldfinger, and whether she’d recommend the movies for kids.
Our Tuesday series of quotes by great mathematicians and scientists continues with a reminder to observe carefully from Nicholas Flamel.