Are you new to homeschooling? Are you loving the pace of learning online or still trying to find your stride? No matter which camp you are in, you’ll enjoy the free insights from Oak Meadow’s Living Education free online journal. This edition focuses on how life has changed due to the pandemic, and more importantly,Continue reading “Homeschooling Resource Roundup”
Today I talk about sports, Garth Brooks, and the importance of music education with my friends from Shine-A-Light Press. I’m guest blogging about Teamwork, Drive, and Winning- What’s Music Education Got to Do With It? You can read my post here.
What’s your favorite Bible story? Do you remember the first time you heard it or what you thought about it? If you grew up in church your answer might be very different from someone who came to faith as an adult. If you come back (or do a first read of) some classic stories inContinue reading “Book Review: 100 Bible Stories for Children”
Are you interested in homeschooling or incorporating theatre into what you already have going on with your homeschooling family? If so, check out Living Education, a magazine published by the folks at Oak Meadow. Based in Vermont, Oak Meadow provides independent learning and homeschool options for families interested in something besides traditional public school education.Continue reading “Homeschool Theatre: Why It Matters”
How much time do you have to spend with your child? You have Just 18 Summers, which is the essential message of this book by Rene Gutteridge and Michelle Cox. The novel weaves the lives of four families together. Each family is very different in their personality and the challenges they’re facing. What the membersContinue reading “Just 18 Summers”