I stumbled onto my Movies As Literature Teacher’s Edition the other day. As I’ve been doing a bit of spring cleaning, I am also setting aside books that I know I will either 1) Not use again or 2) Definitely plan to use when my boys are old enough. It immediately went into the Definitely Plan […]
Several years ago I started hearing about these great math tutorial videos that you could watch on YouTube. This guy was posting them and everyone was raving about them. Well okay, maybe not everyone, but he was creating quite a buzz in homeschool circles. I checked out his site a couple of times and thought […]
Having kids with fine motor difficulties, shoe tying has been a bit of a blessing and a bit of a curse. It has been a blessing because they finally learned HOW and were ABLE to get them tight enough that they stayed tied.
Last night I watched an amazing movie. I feel that this movie is SO important for women to watch, that I decided to write an unsolicited review of it. The Business of Being Born is a documentary, produced by talk show host Ricki Lake. After her first child was born, she felt very dissatisfied with […]
What do all of these Spalding Method curriculum titles have in common? The Writing Road to Reading by Romalda Spalding Teaching Reading at Home (or) Spell to Write and Read (and companion WISE Guide for Spelling) by Wanda Sanseri Phonics for Reading and Spelling by Bonnie Dettmer Spelling and Reading with Riggs by the Riggs […]