Back in September, Emma rocked her reading challenge! She finished well before the end of the month. However, October wasn’t quite as successful. She’s starting to balk at her assigned choices. She read plenty of “extra” books, but not necessarily the ones I wanted her to read. She said if I just let her pick […]
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Today, I’m guest posting over at Following in His Footsteps. Hop on over to Wendy’s blog to see what I’ve done to foster a little independence in our homeschool day.
I don’t know about you, but it’s typically more fun for me to shop for others than it is to shop for myself. I often find it difficult to come up with a “wish list” when someone asks me what I want for Christmas, as well. However, there are a few things I utilize on a regular basis in my homeschool that I wouldn’t want to do without. Maybe one of these items in on your wish list, as well.
This week, Emma focused on a few more of the Presidents that served before 1850. We didn’t go in depth with the Presidents. I just wanted her to know who they were and to read a bit about their lives. She read from several resources and filled out a US Presidents notebook page on each […]
In the past, I have used the free version of VocabularySpellingCity with my kiddos. When the opportunity arose for me to review their premium program, I was thrilled! Emma enjoys playing learning games on the computer, and I enjoy watching her have fun while reviewing her schoolwork. VocabularySpellingCity is an interactive learning site where kids can play […]