Category Archives: Celebration

Christmas Away from Home

We read together on the red couch, the one that sags along the middle. I laid my head down and listened while B read aloud. We made it through seven pages of Davy by the fireside, Davy dancing to the

Christmas Away from Home

We read together on the red couch, the one that sags along the middle. I laid my head down and listened while B read aloud. We made it through seven pages of Davy by the fireside, Davy dancing to the

Distributed Learning in BC, Canada

Our educational journey as a family began in British Columbia where we were registered homeschoolers. However, it was in Alberta that my first set of children (two older girls out of five) spent more years homeschooling traditionally. We found that

Distributed Learning in BC, Canada

Our educational journey as a family began in British Columbia where we were registered homeschoolers. However, it was in Alberta that my first set of children (two older girls out of five) spent more years homeschooling traditionally. We found that

Multiplication Tables, Poetry, and the Green Knight

In much the same fashion as a post I wrote three years ago entitled “Salmon, Buoyancy and Corrie ten Boom“,  I’d like to record here some instances when something we are learning comes up in the different subjects or programs we

Multiplication Tables, Poetry, and the Green Knight

In much the same fashion as a post I wrote three years ago entitled “Salmon, Buoyancy and Corrie ten Boom“,  I’d like to record here some instances when something we are learning comes up in the different subjects or programs we

Homeschool: Up and Running

One school semester has gone by and we are finally establishing a routine in our homeschool!  Woo hooooooooooooo! Of course, a routine for this season of our homeschool life.  We’ve reached these plateaus many times in our homeschooling career before

Homeschool: Up and Running

One school semester has gone by and we are finally establishing a routine in our homeschool!  Woo hooooooooooooo! Of course, a routine for this season of our homeschool life.  We’ve reached these plateaus many times in our homeschooling career before

Thanksgiving

Around nine weeks worth of school work marks a quarter of our year completed.  There are a number of things to be grateful for.  Here are some: homeschool resources appropriate for a mom of five who can hardly homeschool from

Thanksgiving

Around nine weeks worth of school work marks a quarter of our year completed.  There are a number of things to be grateful for.  Here are some: homeschool resources appropriate for a mom of five who can hardly homeschool from