I know it is a wonderful interview when I get just as many goosebumps while editing and preparing it for publication as I did when I first chatted with my guest! That was certainly the case with today’s conversation with Jennifer Dow. Jennifer will encourage you to ask questions and think about many things in […]
Hi friends! This is my monthly personal note to each of you, a behind-the-scenes sneak peek into the Sloan family Morning Time plans for March 2021. I just finished typing everything up and getting it ready to print out for our new Morning Time routine in March! While the basic flow of Morning Time stays
National Poetry Month resources for you and your family as you relish poetry in your daily life. Don’t know where to start? Whether you have long loved poetry or are a skeptic in need of convincing, you may find something new here to spark your interest!
Exploring Shakespeare with your children can be fun and easy. I have books and resources to suggest, as well as a video teaching YOU how to homeschool Shakespeare!
Want to have your own and your children’s hearts filled with poetry, but you’re not sure where to start? There are the 12 poems I think everyone – child and adult – should know by heart!
He clasps the crag with crooked hands: Simple Science Unit Study of Eagles and Other Birds of Prey, inspired by Tennyson’s “The Eagle”
We often discuss integrating our memory work with our other studies. But did you know that it can go the other direction, too? If there is a poem that captures your family’s imagination, you have the freedom to use it as a jumping off point for further study. You can explore books related to the
Read this post and learn how to choose the best memory work for your homeschool and how to practically implement memory work in your Morning Time and family’s life! Memory Work In Our Homeschool My husband and I, both second-generation homeschoolers, always knew we wanted to educate our children at home. As our firstborn grew
So you want to start memorizing poetry in Morning Time. You know you should start with something that delights you as the Mama. But there are millions of possibilities! Where to begin? Start here with my list of 100 of the best poems to memorize in Morning Time! I even have a checklist you can
Cottage Press Poetry Readers Review: gentle, delightful poetry study in the Charlotte Mason and classical tradition
Are you looking for a simple, open-and-go approach to poetry study in your homeschool? The Poetry Readers from Cottage Press may provide just what you are looking for! Whether you consider yourself a Charlotte Mason homeschooler, a classical educator, or simply a lover of words and beauty, the gentle poetry study you will enjoy using
Haiku, a traditional Japanese poetry form, makes a worthwhile addition to your homeschool plans with children of all ages. It flows seamlessly into your literature, writing, history, or nature study plans. It’s also a delightful activity to add to your studies of Japanese history and culture. Have a reluctant writer? Haiku’s inherent brevity is one