Apple Taste Test Activity: An Elementary Math & Science Lesson

Apple Taste Test Activity - Elementary Math & Science Lesson

There is one variety of apple that I always know I love. It’s called the Honeycrisp. All the other varieties of apples, though? I’m a little fuzzy as to which I like and which I don’t and which I should get for what purpose. I hate a soft, dry apple. My mom bought apples like […]

Our Second Grade Homeschool Curriculum Review

How to homeschool second grade

Grace turned 7 in June, and we are just about to finish second grade. We continue to participate in a cyber school (here’s why we chose that route). I wanted to quit the cyber school (and its curriculum) partway through last year, but I thought Grace and I should make the decision together. Quitting meant she would have […]

What We’re Reading

Books to read

I haven’t shared what we’re reading for a while, so I thought it might be helpful to share. Here’s what we’re reading for homeschool, for pleasure, and for professional enrichment: Grace (age 7): The Never Girls Collection #1 – We got the first book in this series in our #LoveBooks summer book exchange, and we […]

Visit Philadelphia in 2014

benjamin franklin grave

Quiz time. I promise that you know this guy. Who is he? He is often called “the only President of the United States who was never President of the United States” and “the first American.” He may be the most influential American in the history of America. He quit school at age ten (because of […]

Instant Snow from Boiling Water – A Science Activity for a Cold, Cold Day

How to Make a Snow Cloud from Boiling Water

Much of America is experiencing a cold snap, the coldest weather in decades (according to the evening news). I personally don’t remember ever seeing sub-zero temperatures, so this is sort of a big deal. My children, who love to go outside every day – and especially go! play! in! the! snow! – are stuck inside, for skin […]

Organizing Our Homeschool Supplies

How I Organized Our Homeschool Supplies

We homeschool in our dining room. It’s also the room in which I have quiet time and do crafts and dig in the dirt and do macramé and sew and write in my journal and do pretty much everything else we do. We have a lot of stuff packed into our dining room, and it’s usually all over our […]

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