We all have things that we associate with the start of the school year. New crayons, scissors, and folders, etc. And the smell of newly sharpened pencils. Here’s a few random “pencil” thoughts to add to your back-to-school bouquets.Read More
Author: Janice Price
Summer is really only fall-around-the-corner. For the homeschooling mom it can be a wonderful “calm” – that blessed season of organizing preparedness (otherwise known as homeschool planning) before the “storm” – the disintegration into the disorderly “flexibility” of the normal school year.Read More
What does a busy homeschooling mom of several children want when it comes to teaching reading? How about a . . . 1). Pick-up-and-go. 2). Strong, phonics-based instruction. 3). Reasonable price. 4). A focus on the beginning reader. 5). Lists of spelling words. 6). An easy-to-find set of stories to read.Read More
With this title, you may find yourself wondering how a Scandinavian ancient sea-beast winds up in a Roman Coliseum, but you have to admit the play on words is appealing and descriptive of this course.Read More
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