September 17th marks the date thirty-nine delegates to the Constitutional Convention held their final meeting and signed our Constitution. It’s certainly a date worth celebrating. It’s definitely a date worth understanding what led to it, as well as what followed. image credit: archives.gov Ideas for Constitution Day Lessons Read the Constitution Show your Read More
A few friends in my local homeschool group told me about an e-filing service available to 121 districts in Georgia for homeschoolers to electronically file their compliance documents such as declaration of intent and monthly attendance reporting. While I’ve been going the traditional paper, pen, and snail mail way of filing our paperwork since we Read More
Great resources for learning U.S. Presidents and their contributions.
We’ve begun learning about our presidents for the past few weeks. I’m not quiet sure why I was dreading teaching about them, but I honestly had been. It was probably because I remember in great detail how I hated studying them when I was in elementary school.
The Homeschool Village is celebrating! One month old and a brand new blog! The Homeschool Village is a wonderful place to connect with other homeschool families in this great community. While we all may teach a little differently, approach subjects with our unique viewpoints, we each began with a deep love for our children. The Read More
I was given a book by my sister-in-law when Little Buddy was first born. Each year around his birthday, I take this book back down off of the bookshelf and read it again. Every year I find another nugget of information meant just for the age we are in, meant just for the adventures we Read More
As a homeschooler, I love to find fun ways to teach material and reinforce our lessons. There are days where this is more of a struggle than others. There is a resource many homeschoolers utilize on a daily basis to find great ideas for their own homeschooling – Heart of the Matter Online. The crew at Read More