Category: Homeschooling

More of our curriculum up for grabs


I’ve used An Ordinary Parent’s Guide to Teaching Reading by Jesse Wise for a few years. This is my final year to teach reading and I’m using something different. Not because I don’t like this method, but because we were GIVEN a complete Hooked… Continue Reading “More of our curriculum up for grabs”

Saxon Math K


When Hannah started kindergarten, I bought Saxon Math K. After about a month, I decided she needed more of a challenge. I bought Saxon Math 1 for her. Since then, I’ve used Saxon K Math for my kids when they were 4 years old.… Continue Reading “Saxon Math K”

Tightening the Ship Redux


Rather than let the blog go un-updated another day, I decided to pull something out of the archives. We started school this week and you know what that mean….adopting a schedule. Originally written in 2006, this post still reflects how I feel about living… Continue Reading “Tightening the Ship Redux”

I hope the Little House Series isn’t ruined for her


Hannah takes after her parents in that she loves to read. Her birthday was last month, and one of her gifts was a set of the original Little House books for her birthday. She immediately started reading the first book. Fast forward to yesterday… Continue Reading “I hope the Little House Series isn’t ruined for her”

Veritas Press is holding a summer reading challenge


This is a portion of this month’s Veritas Press epistula. For many of us there are fond memories of summer reading contests, where you could win a prize for doing something that you already loved. Reading has always been a part of my life.… Continue Reading “Veritas Press is holding a summer reading challenge”

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