Homeschool Thursday: Reports and bits

If we're not outside, here's where we spend most of the day... Last week we finished our study of the American Revolution and are moving onto Lewis and Clark, the Oregon Trail, and some Native American study.  The big kids and I outlined major ideas about the Revolution based on our readings.  Then they each... Continue Reading →

Mid-Week Morsels

Morsels:  Tiny bits of goodness from the past weeks.... Ride, Sally, Ride!   This week we said Good-bye to our mini-van, Lois, and Hello to Sally!  Say what you want about people who name their cars (but I not too loudly, 'cause I don't want to hear it.)  I name everything.  Rob and I attended... Continue Reading →

Homeschooling this Fall

We're one week into the 5th year of our homeschooling cooperative.  Its always a chaotic, over-stimulating scene, especially the first couple of weeks as we work out rooms and schedules and such, and figure out how to be with so many bodies in one place.  But I never forget to be appreciative of the bounty... Continue Reading →

Some sort of Equilibrium 

Summer is always So full of summery goodness and spontaneous trips to the lake, long hours in the garden, and last minute beach dates with friends that we are sad to see it end, but also a little bit ready for Fall and the time to exhale. But then it arrives and I remember we... Continue Reading →

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