Please note: this post may contain affiliate links. For more information please see my affiliate statement page. For several months I have been planning out our family subject for next year: Russia. In addition to my husband being Russian and Ukrainian, obviously as we have seen in recent weeks (if not years) Russia is very relevant … Continue reading Russian History Reading List
I am a member of an email list that is dedicated to discussion of kids who are expected to graduate in 2027, which is my second oldest. This week, a thread got started about reflecting over the past year, and thinking forward to planning for next year. After making my contribution, I thought it might … Continue reading 6th Grade Homeschool Year in Review
I wanted to write up a post to share what’s working, what’s not, and what’s in between. So here’s a summary of what’s going on in our homeschool! Preschool Our 4 year old is doing a 30 minute “zoom” preschool each day (excepting Wednesday which is yoga & she is not interested in). While she … Continue reading Mid Year Updates
A blog post explaining the differences between Classical, Charlotte Mason, Unschooling, TJED, Socratic, and other approaches to homeschooling.
Our school year ended last June & despite the temptation to forge on full speed ahead, we were all burnt out. The amount of restrictions on our daily lives remains overwhelming, but we spent most of the summer trying to make the best of it. Despite the complete prohibition against all of the typical elements … Continue reading New School Year, New Routine