One of the great things about being an educator is the ability to present good, true, and beautiful content for our children to learn from. Today we are going to look at the type of book that accomplishes this goal: a living book.
One of the best things you can do for your child’s education is to immerse them in good, beautiful, and rich literature. Today I am sharing ten of our favorite books of poetry.
When it comes to science, the study of nature is an amazing place to start. Today, I’m sharing a list of some of our favorite books on the topic of nature study.
Here is a Printable Summer Reading Challenge pack. It includes everything you need to motivate and engage kids to have a summer full of fun and reading.
We have a local farm that opens its doors up to the public. It is the perfect place to go with our kids, because there are lots of animals and much to do.
Kids are so fascinated with bugs. There’s a natural curiosity to know what they do, how they live, and answer the question, “Will they hurt me?”
When we first started homeschool, we decided we would try to learn the names of the birds that frequent our backyard.
Here is a list of our favorite picture books about gardening.
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we decided to look around for some picture books about kindness.
Today I’m sharing some picture books about snow. Snow is a real treat where we live. It usually only snows a couple times a year and doesn’t stick around for very long. So, when it does snow, the plans for the day are off and we declare a snow day. Snowmen, snow-angels, snowball fights, and homemade…