It’s always easier to memorize something when it’s set to music, and the Greek Alphabet is no exception.
May marks our transition month from “school year” to “summer.” I still cling to our Morning Time tradition even when it’s no longer officially for school, though. Perhaps never so much as this year, when I feel each day ticking away before my oldest son graduates. He hasn’t been in Morning Time as often this
Time for a new month of Morning Time and memory work fun! This March we will keep things pretty simple. We have a family trip planned that will keep us preparing, traveling, and recovering for a good chunk of the month. So I decided to return to a Shakespeare play we studied several years ago
It’s my favorite time of the month: time to put together our new selection of Morning Time and memory work plans! Since last month was a poetry month, I planned to have a Shakespeare month in February like we ordinarily do. But several kids had particular poetry requests (some new, some review), and I decided
What are the best Shakespeare monologues to memorize? Teach Shakespeare in your homeschool the EASY way with these free printables and memory work resources for kids and teens.
Hi friends! A New Year and a new school semester are approaching, which means it’s time to plan our Morning Time and memory work for the month. In the post-holiday doldrums, I think it’s especially beneficial to prioritize our Morning Time routine. In fact, our first couple days back to “school” will likely just consist
Hi friends! It’s time for my monthly(ish) personal blog post, a behind-the-scenes sneak peek into the Sloan family Morning Time plans for October 2021. See below for our memory work for the month, including some Shakespeare recitations from Merchant of Venice! (I’ve added the simple printable we’re using in our own homeschool to the subscriber
Hi friends! This blog post is really more like a personal letter to each of you, a behind-the-scenes sneak peek into the Sloan family Morning Time plans for September 2021. I just finished typing everything up and getting it ready to print out for our new Morning Time routine on Monday! While the basic flow
You’ve heard about this thing called classical education and you’re curious. Should you choose to pursue a classical education in your homeschool? Or maybe you already consider yourself a Christian classical educator, but you’re feeling burned out. The kids don’t seem to remember or appreciate the things you thought they would, and you wonder if
Have you ever tried to pick just 1 key verse from each chapter in Romans? Yeah. I dare you to figure that one out. So, see, it all started soooo simply. I was going to pick a chapter from Romans to memorize this month in our Morning Time. But then I kept thinking how such-and-such