How to Use Story of the World With Multiple Ages

How to Use Story of the World With Multiple Ages

When I started using Story of the World with my oldest back when she was a first grader, putting together a history lesson was pretty simple. Read a chapter, narrate, and draw a picture. We enjoyed as many of the supplemental history & literature read alouds as I...

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Made for the Journey: Book Review

Made for the Journey: Book Review

A review of Made for the Journey: One Missionary's First Year in the Jungles of Ecuador. I was provided by the publisher with a copy of this book for review purposes. I was not required to write a positive review, and all opinions are my own. This post contains...

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Favourite Read Alouds of 2018

Favourite Read Alouds of 2018

Inside: Our top 5 Favourite books that we read aloud in 2018. 2019 was a great year for reading with my kids. We enjoyed so many books together! We travelled around the world, to different times in history, and even to different worlds. We cheered for our favourite...

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I’d Rather Be Reading: Book Review

I’d Rather Be Reading: Book Review

Book Review: I'd Rather Be Reading by Anne Bogel. I don't usually read the dedication page of books. But for some reason, I read this one, and it brought a smile to my face. I thought my bookworm daughter would appreciate it too, but what she said when I showed it to...

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100 Books You Should Read Aloud with Your Children

100 Books You Should Read Aloud with Your Children

The top 100 must-read books for parents to read aloud to their kids. I can still remember the very first time I read aloud to one of my children. My very first baby was only a couple of months old, and it was clear that both she and I were getting more than a bit...

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Tips for Using Math-U-See in Your Homeschool

Tips for Using Math-U-See in Your Homeschool

It's pretty rare to find a homeschool mom who waxes poetic on how much she loves teaching math. If you're like me, maybe you've felt anxious about teaching a subject that you hated as a child, or are afraid you just aren't competent to do it. Over the years I've...

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