Coding. This was one subject that I knew little about, and I’m learning right along with our son. In this video, I share some books that have helped us get started! BTW we are in Cape Cod this … Continue reading Help your homeschoolers with coding – tips and book recommendations
Raise your hand if your kids love Minecraft! If you clicked on this, I’m sure they do. In today’s video, I discuss the ways we use Minecraft as part of our homeschooling. Do you have any other ideas … Continue reading Homeschool using Minecraft
We love to travel, and it’s easy to incorporate learning when we do! In this video, I share how we used learning with our trip to Iceland, to inspire ideas for your next trip. If you would like … Continue reading Learning on the go!
A custom education is the main reason we chose to homeschool. In this video and post, I’ll walk you through my process of creating a lesson plan for child led learning. What is your child interested in? What materials do … Continue reading Creating a Custom Learning Plan
Bzzzzzz Spring brings flowers, and more produce! That also means more bees. We took some time to study bees and learn more about what they do, how they work, and of course about the fun waggle dance! While we don’t … Continue reading Nature Study – Bees
The Audubon Society in Concord NH has some wonderful walking trails, and a few rescue birds of prey to view up close. We like to visit on nice days when we don’t have anything planned, or to plan walks there … Continue reading Nature Walks & Nature Study – NH Homeschool
Math wasn’t my favorite subject, nor was it Jesse’s. Regardless, math is necessary to teach with homeschooling, and useful in everyday life. We wanted to introduce some fun ways to teach math in these beginning years, and these two books have been a wonderful addition to our resource pile! Bedtime Math It’s a fun book with multiple level math word problems. It’s not so much a good night book like we’re used to, and can be read any time of day! A great addition to your bookshelf for multiple ages, or just as your child grows. There are other books … Continue reading 3 Books that make math fun?