Road Trip Learning I’ve heard it said of gifted kids that while they learn faster than typical kids, what they crave more than just rushing through the material is to go deeper in their learning. They want to know the
Our family really likes literature based curriculum. I love how easy it is to grab a stack of books and our reading schedule, and all gather on the couch for school. For this reason I had avoided teaching the messier
“No, a tortilla with only cheddar cheese and sour cream is not a good choice! Let’s add some taco meat to it.” “A fruit smoothie and an apple are not a good choice, let’s add a bagel” Everyday I find
Teaching Poetry to our children: the idea sounds picturesque, high society, serene and intimidating. The reality I have found, is that it’s simple, fun and easy. Last year, we started including it because it was part of our curriculum from
We are kicking off our year of Ancient History with an archaeology unit study. It started with reading a book scheduled in our Sonlight Instructor Guide, and evolved to include other activities. I guess you could say we dug in!