Why a Charlotte Mason Mama will love College Prep Science Courses! An over view of Young Scientists' Anatomy and Physiology Course.
Author: McKenzy Winkler
Cover of our Morning Menu This year I am adding the "Morning Menu" concept to our homeschool day. It is a great way to keep the kids engaged while we recite our poems, hymns, folksongs and scripture memory verses. I also plan on adding our Art Study print into our menus as a tangible way … Continue reading Morning Menus
With all the new social distancing implementations I am finding more and more of my friends opting to homeschool rather than send their child to public school this year. So, this post is for you my dear mama. First off, congratulations! I know this may not be the terms under which you want to jump … Continue reading Homeschooling in Pennsylvania
"So often we pray for oak trees, and he gives us acorns.” Before I go any further with this blog I find it very appropriate to share with you why I named our home school. (I mean other than the fact that it is super cute to come up with a catchy name and logo. … Continue reading My Three Little Acorns
I had first heard of a Jesse Tree on the God Centered Mom Podcast (now renamed "Don't Mom Alone Podcast"). On her episode, Christmas Traditions with Little Ones, Heather interviewed Jacki Rucksdashel and together they discussed ways to make a big impression on little hearts during the Christmas season. At this time in my life I … Continue reading Christmas with Littles (Free Printable + Giveaway)
“You’re going to homeschool?!?” (insert bewildered look) “Being around my children all day, they’d drive me crazy!”, ” I don’t think I’m smart enough to teach my children all they need to know, I’m afraid I’d mess up!” These are just a few of the comments I hear when I begin to explain that we have … Continue reading Some Preliminary Considerations