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Following a Trail

The other day I wrote a post about how to design your own curriculum (Living Curriculum). In it I gave steps for revealing opportunities around you that are aligned with your learning goals. Well, the last few weeks I have … Continue reading

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Living Curriculum

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Steps for creating a living curriculum: It’s that time of year when we begin to think about putting our yearly homeschool goals into action. Although I consider myself a year-round homeschooler, the truth is, the summer has a very different … Continue reading

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Skill Building

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Earlier this year, during the spring, neither of my kids (5 years old) knew how to swim without a lifejacket. Last year, my daughter wouldn’t even swim with a lifejacket. Before the subject of swimming came up I would hold … Continue reading

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Synchronistic Teaching Moments

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These moments can feel mystical. Yesterday my daughter (5) was playing a math game called “Shut the Box”. When she plays she will roll the two dice and then ask me a mathematical equation, “Mom, what’s five plus three”. I … Continue reading

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The Read the World Summer Book Club — Simple Homeschool

This post contains affiliate links. Thank you for your support of this site! Written by Jamie C. Martin of Simple Homeschool Last week I hinted that you’d want to get your copies of Give Your Child the World: Raising Globally … Continue reading

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When you just really want to start homeschooling — Simple Homeschool

Written by Kara Anderson of Quill and Camera The first time I tried to read Robin Hood to my kids, they were 1 and 4. A relative had given us a set of beautiful, bound classics from the 50s – … Continue reading

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