There comes a time in almost every homeschooler’s life when they question the curriculum they are using with their children. That time arrived for me this year around February. If you read one of my earlier posts about the curriculum I chose to use this school year, you would know that I was loving All About Reading for my Language Arts program along with Living Education for Math. I also mentioned that I would be trying RightStart Math when I saved up and purchased the curriculum. Needless to say, as the title already indicates this, I completely changed everything. Check out my reasons why below and what curriculum I’m now using with my five-year old son.
With just a short time left until summer you want to make the last stretch of the spring season count. Since we are short on time I have made a list of that has 5 ways to plan your spring using books and activities that will make this season memorable. It will bring a smile on your face every time you can look back on the memories that you created with your children. A meaningful spring will yield a great education.
Spring is such a lovely time to get outside, go for a walk and simply enjoy being outside. It’s good for the body, it’s good for the mind and it’s good for the soul.
You create them, feel them, you transform them and invent some new species…Hours of fun for little fingers who like to manipulate and have an artistic touch. As a quiet activity or as a fun bounding time with mommy. Felt is one of my favorite material to use for creating educative activities for little ones
Hi, I’m Amber!
I’m a former educator turned homeschool mom. Homeschooling is a relatively new adventure for our family. My intention with this blog is to share my experiences (successes and failures), homeschool methods, and teaching strategies from my professional career. I believe we all have valuable insight. I offer this site as a resource and medium to share/explore new ideas and facilitate discussion. I hope to encourage and challenge new and existing homeschoolers, so that together, we may forge everlasting and strong foundations.