2013-2014 Homeschool Curriculum

Homeschool is More than Learning

What does homeschool curriculum look like when you’ve decided to quit homeschooling? Does it mean you take all of the books, pencils, papers, notebooks and throw them out of the window? Or does it mean something else. For me and our home, it does mean something else. It means taking time each and every day to place God first. It means Homeschooling for Eternity and having a Biblical perspective about life and homeschooling. It means asking – does this benefit the {Read More}

Geomatters – Trail Guide to Learning Paths of Settlement

Over the past few months, I have shared with you many snippets about our homeschool days and about GeoMatters Trail Guide To Learning being the central focus of our learning adventure..  And now, I am going to really wrap up my thoughts about GeoMatters Trail Guide to Learning and how we have implemented it in our home. We are not a ‘box’ family.  Our first year of homeschool, was a ‘box’ year…there’s nothing wrong with a box…but, I felt I {Read More}

Composer and Classical Music Study For Kids

Study Composers and Classical Music

 Composer and Classical Music Study for Kids Study Composers and Classical Music I am super excited about using the Young Scholar’s Guide To Composers.  I have always believed (based on what I have read and experienced in my own life) that it is so incredibly important for our children to study classical music.  One of the beauties in studying music and the composers of great music is the ability to learn, grow and see how God creates us with different {Read More}