After searching through homeschool planners, teacher planners and regular calendars, I found a "custom" notebook worked best for me. The above picture is the planner I have used since first grade. It is a basic three-ring binder with pockets and place on the cover where I added a wet-on-wet painting … [Read more...]
What can compare to a loving hug? Or a snuggle on the couch with our child? When it comes to homeschooling, an aspect you may not have thought of before is warmth. Not just the "wearing a sweater" warmth (though that is important!) I mean the content, warm feeling that … [Read more...]
The first day of homeschool can be fun and exciting for the entire family. Most years we have a special breakfast and then daddy walks the girls up to the front door to "meet the teacher". I dressed up a few years as a school … [Read more...]
Teaching Through Stories What first attracted me to Waldorf education was connecting with nature and exposure to arts and music. Once I taught a few grades, I realized how important the storytelling was. Basically, it is the vehicle through which most of the material is … [Read more...]
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