Creating a Rich Writing Experience in Our Homeschool with Brave Writer and The Writer's Jungle

Creating a Rich Writing Experience in Our Homeschool


I'm honestly not sure if one can be involved in the homeschool community in any way online without quickly hearing about Brave Writer. If you read around homeschool blogs for more than five minutes you are going to hear about someone raving about Julie and Brave Writer. And for good reason. Remember when I was talking about Poetry Tea Time…

13 Children’s Books About South Africa


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The Top 10 Wordless Picture Books - great for having kids narrate the story line.

The 10 Best Wordless Picture Books


I never used to be a fan of wordless picture books but in the last few years I am starting to see their value; they are great for getting children to create a story line based off of the photos and make excellent discussion starters. While I have come to appreciate wordless picture books I'm definitely still picky on which…
10 Gorgeous Books To Go With A Chic Nursery - great for decorating a little girls room (plus they're just great books!).

10 Gorgeous Books To Go With A Chic Nursery


Did you know that books can not only be great to read but also gorgeous decor in a nursery? While I have no intentions of ever decorating a nursery ever again, I think these books would make cute gifts for any little girl's room! 10 GORGEOUS BOOKS TO DECORATE A GIRLS ROOM   We loved this book: [mybooktable book="i-had-a-favorite-dress" display="summary"…
Using Movies in Your Homeschool and Six Good Movies to Get You Started

Homeschooling with Movies & Six Movies To Get You Started


Lately I've been introducing the kids to a few different movies (well, mostly Raeca, Ephraim thinks all movies are scary). It didn't really start out to be an educational experience but as we started watching this movie and then this one I found myself having to explain a bit about WWII and I think it was a really good way…
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