An honest video review of Living Math Curious about Math for a Living Education? Check out my five minute honest review over on my youtube channel! What math do you use? Do you want to try this one?
Busy moms love easy crafts! You’ll love making this Christmas tree bunting with your kids!
We are finishing up our 24th and final week of our first year in Classical Conversations this week. I thought I would write up a quick review of it to help other families perhaps decide if it is right for them or not. Our community was in its first year. I also was a Foundations Carry on!
I last posted 30 September and now it’s 30 October. I am trying to figure out how to really enjoy blogging and make it truly work for me, without unnecessary pressure–self-induced, of course. I need to figure out what my goals are.I need to figure out what I really want. Blogs I love to read Carry on!
I’m always curious about the average person’s daily life. I found an amazing video on Netflix titled Life in a Day. It is a documentary of snippets of people’s lives all over the world. It’s a bit of time capsule. It was beautiful. It inspired me to make one of my own. I have done Carry on!
Aviana Joy, age 9 fourth “grade” Brielle Analiese, age 7, second “grade” Cadrian Kevin, age 5, Kindergarten Readiness Denton LeRoyce, age 3, Preschool Elivette Marjory, 13 months. Want to see past first days of school? Click here. And here. I didn’t have any from last year–at least not on the blog…recovering from Elivette’s birth took Carry on!
When many of us think of “school” we think of sitting at a desk, in a classroom. Chalkboard front and center, teacher’s desk off to one side. Teacher tells us what we need to know, and when. Rarely why. We thought we need someone big to inform us, to teach us. I tend to disagree. Carry on!
We’re all about doing it ourselves here at the Farm Fresh Family. Aviana (7)has had her eye on the Young Builder’s Tool Kit in one of our favorite catalogs, but it was $55! I found a fishing tackle box the right size at Goodwill for $.88 and Kevin filled it with tools he had spares Carry on!
That’s what this blog is…and a lot of other things too. I’m reconciling myself to a month old pedicure, no nail polish, a dye job that’s a couple of months behind, toys that NEVER get properly put away, being satisfied with sending e-cards in lieu of “real” ones, laundry that is always in some state Carry on!
Whenever I think of public education, I imagine a cross between an enforced 13-year-long session of Simon Says and the movie Cool Hand Luke.–David Albert