Month: May 2016

Native America – Review

I love unit studies. I’m not great at them. I need my hand held through most of it. I need the book lists, activities, vocabulary ideas, per subject inclusion and more. I don’t want to spend 5 months on one unit study, or neglect my current schoolbooks to incorporate one. I don’t want to have to …

Native America – Review Read More »

Our Favorite Focaccia Bread

Our Favorite Focaccia Bread This recipe is one our favorite focaccia breads! This just happened to be featured in Summer Season 1. Rolling this out on a paddle sprinkled with corn meal and sliding it onto a hot baking stone, makes it extra tasty! This recipe makes 2 15″ Focaccia Breads. You’ll need cornmeal for dusting. …

Our Favorite Focaccia Bread Read More »

Teaching Young Children – Let Them Play

Teaching Young Children [clickToTweet tweet=”I was stressed about my younger children not ‘doing’ school, until I realized they learned more by just playing.” quote=”I frequently stressed about my younger children not ‘doing’ enough school, until I realized they learned more by just playing.” theme=”style1″] Preschoolers are the young children I’m talking about. Just because some …

Teaching Young Children – Let Them Play Read More »

Scroll to Top