A Mother’s Day Tribute The year was 1924. It was a cold January day when a baby girl was born into this world. She was the second to oldest in a family of six. Emma Irene lived a life in the country surrounded by animals and farmland as far as the eye could see. She was bright and lovely and… View Post
The winner of the digital download of Grammar Galaxy is… Valerie Sayer Congratulations, Valerie!! Be on the lookout for an email from Hide The Chocolate. Thank you to everyone who participated. I have been so excited to share this phenomenal new resource with you all.
I have oft lamented that I am not very “Sciencey”. So I’ve had to come up with ways to alleviate my stress of planning science lessons and executing amazing experiments. Our favorite, by far, has been Tinker Crate and it’s younger companion, Kiwi Crate. The kids genuinely love these crates and look forward to them month after month. So, here’s… View Post
April’s Book Basket includes an Arrow Title, titles from our Shakespeare online class, more American History, Poetry and more. History Book Basket We are continuing our study of Early American History. We use Stories of America from SimplyCharlotteMason.com as our spine. This month we added a Narrative Poem, John Paul Jones-Victory at Sea. We love the Who Were They? books,… View Post
A few decades ago I majored in Engineering. I took Physics and Honors Chemistry and discovered that… I’m lucky to have met a Chemistry major who thought I was cute. With his help, I scraped by and changed my major. It was then I knew that I was, for lack of a better term, “unsciencey.” This post may contain affiliate… View Post