I have adored notebooks and planners and papers and pens for as long as I can remember and have had little loyalty to any one product – apart from my own planners I made year to year, but even then I changed the format and style each year. But this past year has been different.
Our minds have been delighting in the beautiful stories we have been enjoying from Beautiful Feet Books’ A History of Science book package. It is a beautifully curated collection of books, with a thoughtfully laid out guide. I first mentioned A History of Science back when we started the school year. At that point we
We are two weeks in to grade 3 and 4, starting with a gentle easement in and now fully immersed with all of our beautiful books. It’s like the story of the frog who gets put in a cold kettle and doesn’t realize the temperature keeps rising. Only, in poor frogs case the heat slowly does
When we started doing memory work with the boys the hardest part was deciding where to start and which verses, songs and poems to use with them. I have a few resources I have found helpful that I thought I would share. Bible Memory Work For Instruction in Righteousness by Pam Forster is a topical
I have a little love thing going for pens and I have been wanting to share the best black pens I have discovered on here for FOREVER as almost all of my favorites have come from recommendations of others over the years. As a journal devotee, note taker, list maker and letter writer there is
This is my review of Beautiful Feet Books Early American History as we are closing out the school year (grade 2 and 3) – it is as exciting now as a homeschool mom as it ever was as a student. Maybe more so. Of course, the learning won’t stop just because the calendar is inked with