Homeschool styles are as varied as homeschoolers themselves. But today I’m going to share a few different approaches and styles in homeschooling. This is certainly not an exhaustive list but I can tell you that we have probably been in each of these styles, at least to some degree, over the years.
We’re getting back in the homeschool spirit at our house! What are you doing to get ready for another year of schooling?
A day at a U pick farm can turn into a math lesson with a few simple ideas. Hands on learning in the outdoors is an opportunity to create life skills as well as fun. We took a trip to a local strawberry farm with a few friends, and along the way discovered how much […]
It’s always great to get out into the garden with children, especially since the garden offers such a wealth of opportunities for exploration and learning. This free printable of fun fungi facts can help spark your child’s imagination and even be used as a nature or gardening scavenger hunt. Also included is a free fungi […]
Have you ever wondered how to make dyes from plants? Looking for a fun project for you and your children? Read one for the results of our experiment with a natural dye kit.
When my youngest was 1, I noticed a sand table at the local kindergarten. The teacher explained to me that they were using sand in a classroom station that was meant for water. It allowed the students to measure and pour, learning while they played. The sand was all over the classroom carpet, in the […]