Our Elias is turning 6 this week! Pinch me! I can't handle it. Time really does fly. Last year we thought that it was a good idea to begin our chivalry challenge with our boys at home so we decided to celebrate Elias' 5th birthday with a Medieval Feast to officially kick off his training… Continue reading Hear Ye! Hear Ye! Medieval Birthday Party for your Knight-in-Training
There is so much beauty to music. I don't want my kids to overlook it just because it's not considered a core subject to study for school. Personally, I have absolutely no musical talent whatsoever, but my kids on the other hand, do. Because there are so many benefits of music, it will continue to… Continue reading Homeschool Music Curriculum Round-Up!
It's that time of year when my brain is simply fried, friends! Fried. It's also that time of year when I consider what I'm going to be utilizing for curriculum next year because schooling is still somewhat fresh in my mind, ish! I created this post because I actually gain a lot of value… Continue reading Spelling Curriculum Review: Spelling Power and Spelling By Sound & Structure
Audio dramas are my new favorite resource to use within our family! Over the last few years, we've been on the lookout for new audio dramas because they're great for quiet time or traveling on-the-go. We enjoy them because we feel like we are listening to an action-packed adventure movie while still learning some powerful… Continue reading Our Favorite Faith-Filled Audio Dramas & Online Radio Programs
We've been studying U.S. history and anatomy throughout our school year so far. Each month-ish we are focusing on a new system of the body. We have studied a few Indian tribes and the different names of God using the MFW curriculum as well. Here's our tentative schedule for the year: October: Skeletal System & Northeastern… Continue reading February Unit Studies & Bible Devotions
Lois Lenski has quickly become our new favorite children's author. If you enjoy reading Little House on the Prairie series, you will absolutely love these. She has an entire historical series of novels that are great to read when studying history with children. I really like the gentle approach to schooling throughout the summer by… Continue reading Strawberry Girl: Summer Literature Study