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AbiNoelle's Inauguration Day

It’s Inauguration Day! (Yes, we had to ask „What day is it, today?“ about ten times before we learned that big word.)

From the exit at Blair House to the church service and then on to the Capitol, we took it all in somewhat in between all our regular school subjects.We even created a special Americana schoolwork area to help us get our classwork done and get in the spirit of this historical event. 286 weitere Wörter

Homeschooling

A Big Table And Another Room Makeover In The Making

What do you do when your husband comes home with a huge slab of bowling alley lane?  Build a table, of course!  The table was Scott’s idea, and the efforts to build it have been combined.   1.446 weitere Wörter

Project

State Parks: A Classroom We Love

This time of year my brain starts to shift gears towards longer days and warmer weather. I’m still enjoying the warmth of wood burning in our fireplace, still snuggling on the couch with my knitting, and still savoring the tastes of my kitchen during the winter months. 545 weitere Wörter

Learning

In His Presence Family Connection - January 20

Every afternoon, I will post something for you to share with your family in the evening.  It may be a talking point, a short video, a Scripture to read, etc. 187 weitere Wörter

Homeschooling

{this moment}

We returned to the real world this week- piano, swim lessons, Wilderness school, school school- we slowly trudged through.  I promise to post on our Leavenworth trip soon- we had a great time.  86 weitere Wörter

The Moment

"Everything You've Been Taught About Success in Life is Wrong" - John Taylor Gatto

Source: JohnTaylorGatto
January 20, 2017

John is the former New York State Teacher of the Year and „The World’s Most Courageous Teacher.“

John Gatto is the former NY City and NY State Teacher of the year, where he inspired his students to achieve some amazing results through his nontraditional methods of instruction. 75 weitere Wörter

News

Thoughts & Happenings 1/20

I’m trying something new. We’re homeschooling for three weeks and then taking a week „off“ so I can plan, reevaluate, and organize. Maggie (16) and Joshua (13) are helping with the little ones as much as possible while I work. 365 weitere Wörter

Life