Festival Season With Martinmas just 2 weeks away, I thought I would do a “Festival Season” post. It feels like there are constant celebrations from now until Three Kings Day (January 6). We actually started with Michaelmas, Sept. 29 with the coming in of spirit, the earth slowly shedding … [Read more...]
By: Michelle Yera Here in the United States we are getting ready to celebrate Halloween. I love Halloween and the Fall season - the changing leaves, pumpkins, hot cider, trick or treating and the general feeling that the holiday season has begun. What I don't love is the overabundance of candy … [Read more...]
This time of year in North America is brilliance of color and the crisp autumn breezes blow in a longing for coming together and celebrating family. Homeschooling in nature can be a teachers dream and a child's playground. There is so much for the senses to behold! The smell of … [Read more...]
7 Ways to Kick Start Your Homeschooling by Donna Ashton Have you hit that first road block or lull in your homeschooling this time of year? Now that the newness has worn off and reality has hit, you may need a few things to freshen it up and get you re-inspired. 1)Rhythm check- If your … [Read more...]
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