Someone asked me what my top 5 children books were so I thought I’d list them here, too. I didn’t have to think too hard to come up with the first two books since the first one is my all-time favorite and I searched for a long to find a copy for myself. The second […]
We are homeschoolers who lean towards unschooling. Our boys are avid gamers who enjoy getting out to enjoy life before they have to be burdened with the woes of adulthood.
I’ve been using bath time to help teach the kids their writing skills. I use foaming soap and cover the walls of the shower for the kids to write. They will spend tons of time writing and erasing letters, numbers, shapes and drawings. Drama King is showing an interest in writing his name but only […]
Little T’s Last Day in a Public School
Well, home schooling came much earlier for Little T than originally planned. We went Thursday to his Meet The Teacher night to find out who his teachers would be and to make sure everything was setup for him to start school. We were misled by everyone at the school so today when we took him […]
Reusable Tracing Sheets
When Little T was enrolled in a public special needs preschool, his teacher sent reports home to every parent with the activities the child did that day. Typically, this would be time consuming and expensive to print out this report daily. However, the teacher used a very brilliant method to make it less consuming and […]