Few books had such a profound impact in my childhood as the Anne of Green Gables series by L. M. Montgomery. Anne’s passionate curiosity and wonder-filled approach to the world around her, fierce loyalty, and delightful imagination continue to delight readers of all ages. So I was beyond excited for the opportunity to chat with […]
I have been asked several times, “Do you have a Textbook-free book list for Ancient Greece?”. Now, the answer is finally yes! Below you will find lists of living books, memory work, and other fun ideas so that you can craft a multi-age Ancient-Greece history curriculum for your family. Textbook Free History Study: Ancient Greece
Core resources, supplemental reading, art, video, memory work, and more to study the Middle Ages textbook-free
As a child I remember listening to Jim Weiss tell stories via cassette. What a delightful, surreal moment to get to chat with him on the podcast all about the powerful joy of storytelling! Jim shares read aloud tips, valuable insights into why stories are more important now than ever, and even tells a few
Early American history resource round-up: book lists, geography resources, morning time memory work, art suggestions, and movies for educating your elementary and middle school students, and pursuing your own life-long learning.
Want to know where to buy books online other than Amazon? Here are a few of the best places to buy books online as an alternative to Amazon and the other major Behemoths. Below you’ll find sources for new books, vintage and collectibles, used books, print periodicals, and more! Some are super tiny, family-run sites.
It’s not too soon to begin rounding up books about the Olympics for your kids. Learn all about the history of the Olympic games and what the Olympics are like today from this Gold Medal Book List! I have loved watching the Olympics ever since I was a little girl. I love how once every
I love outer space and all things astronomy. I have ever since I was a young girl dreaming of being the first woman to have a baby in space. (Um, that would be a big NO from me nowadays!) My 9th birthday featured a viewing of my favorite film (“The Dream is Alive“) and astronaut
Wondering what Christmas books to read aloud to your kids this year? I’ve prepared an ultimate list of the best Christmas picture books and read alouds for your family to enjoy! Along with familiar favorites, you’re sure to find some hidden gems and unusual treasures in this list. Grab your family and a cup of
I’ve often wished I could have Missy Andrews from Center for Lit over for coffee and a chat in my living room. The realities of geography, alas, preclude that. But this conversation is the next best thing. If you’ve struggled with your identity as a homeschool mom, if you’ve wondered how to incorporate literary analysis