Ah, the wisdom of John Holt! It seems a simple idea, but we so often forget that our children are learning all the time through every experience they have and every idea they encounter. Read more to find out how our two-year-old reminded us of this simple fact in a surprising way!
Another great science activity -- quick and easy demonstration you can do with items you already have around your house.
Helen Oxenbury's beautiful illustrations bring fresh life to this classic tale of daring and adventure! Another highly recommended read!
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A basic principle of education: always give the concrete before the abstract. In other words, give a new idea to the hand before you give it to the mind. We are generally awesome at this with little kids. Walk into any kindergarten or first grade classroom in America, and you'll marvel at the mountains of... Continue Reading →
Have a listen to an interview that nudged me over the edge into homeschooling!
I am no creative genius, but since having kids, I have found time and again that making something myself was better than buying. Generally, I make it myself if it is 1) cheaper, 2) better quality, or 3) better tailored to what I want or need. Shortly before my first son was born, my grandmother... Continue Reading →
Hilarious details in Schneider's illustrations bring to life this sweet, sincere narrative from a young boy. When his father surprises him one day with a little black puppy, the whole family is in for wild ride! For anybody who's ever loved a naughty puppy, Chewy Louie will tickle your funny bone and warm your heart. We are... Continue Reading →