Clearly November got away from me too. I *just* posted my November plans post and here I am with this. It happens. We stuck with the plans we set in the last post I shared. And we've made it to Thanksgiving week. In my annual plan I knew this would be a week off from … Continue reading Thanksgiving Break
October was a slower month than I would've preferred. But, I maintain the conviction that it's little moments each day that will add up to all the goodness, truth and beautiful things they need to know and remember in life. Which, was why I named my homeschool page Little Moments Homeschool. Coming in November we're … Continue reading November Plannings
To celebrate Thanksgiving And to show how grateful I am for all of your support, I figure for a limited time I'd offer this Give Thanks Print Free just for stopping by. I also added a page to the blog with some of my lettering posts I wrote awhile back in case you wanted to … Continue reading Give Thanks Freebie
October made some good memories. Kids are still learning to cook all the things. We finished the Tom Brown Nature Study book I've previously mentioned, and some wilderness survival quiz cards. We read through Romans together and learned more Hymns. There was a lot of Robert Frost poetry and we learned about him and his … Continue reading Where Did October Go?
Just a quick list of our plans for October! We stick to a 4 day school week. My husband has 3 day weekends and so if he's off work, we're off school. October will have a week of vacation likely. Read Romans 1 chapter per day Monday- Thursday Continue with Proverb of the day (corresponds … Continue reading October Plans
Recently, I read Pam Barnhill's Better Together. It was exactly what I had been hoping to find. It was an easy read, gave some resources, and it got me started on our morning time. Then I read Mere Motherhood and Handbook to Morning Time by Cindy Rollins and it concreted everything and I was so … Continue reading Morning Time Our Way
I love the concept of Charlotte Mason, but, I also love Read Aloud Family, so I've basically found my style by combining them. Yes, my kiddo liked the Diary of A Wimpy kids books. He tore through those and read them so quickly (not my favorite or first choice). But, we compromised an alternated. Rotate … Continue reading Our Annual Plan for 2018-2019