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This post may contain affiliate links. Affiliate links allow us to make a small commission if you choose to purchase a product through our links. See Affiliates and Disclosure for more information. Our main history book right now is An Island Story by H. E. … Continue reading
With spring underway, our bird count has grown from 30ish to 47.
I was chatting with a homeschooling friend a few days ago about how we try to interest our children in the subjects that we were least happy with (okay, we hated) when we were in school. She mentioned that her daughter … Continue reading
Do you know Project Gutenberg? Project Gutenberg is an online library of digital books that have been published and are now digitized by volunteers. This library contains true treasures, such as Pilgrim’s Progress, Treasure Island, and the Burgess Animal Book. … Continue reading
Water is a superb solvent; 3.5% of the volume of our oceans are minerals such as salt. We discussed how these minerals can travel from the tops of the mountains and through the rivers to ocean. (Remember our water shed demonstration?) … Continue reading
Declan follows me outside nearly every day to help with the animals. He especially enjoys using his wagon to carry hay or water to Renoir (Pierre AuGOAT Renoir). It’s not an easy trip, but he has made it twice … Continue reading
Declan has graduated from training wheels and trikes to a “big kid” bike. He pedals down the driveway…
She came in with a wide open mouth and a tongue covered in mud. She wasn’t crying, but smiling.
Every morning, we listen to the songs that we are learning. Declan’s favorite song is always a folk song. I hear songs like “The Keeper Did A’Hunting Go,” “Billy Boy,” and “Barbara Allen“ over and over throughout the day. Folk songs are … Continue reading