We have been using Mystery of History for 4 years and we are currently in the middle of the 4th Volume. I have thoroughly enjoyed teaching history using this series with my children who range in age from 5-17. We have all learned a lot and I am really looking forward to starting over again in the
We use Mystery of History by Bright Ideas Press as our spine. This is the 4th year we have used MOH in our homeschool. So far MOH Vol. 4 seems to be moving pretty quickly through the history
Last year I shared some troubles we had in Language Arts. The good news is we found a program I like and we stuck with it and have had some wonderful results. The results of our <a class="zem_slink" title="Standardized test" href="http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Standardized_test" target="_blank
I am trying to maintain a minimalist homeschool (sounds like an oxymoron doesn’t it) so I have pulled anything off my shelf I have not used in the last 2 years, as well as products I have reviewed. So if you are interested in purchasing and have a question don’t hesitate to ask.
Latin is a dead language, as dead as dead can be.
It killed the Romans, now it’s killing me!
This is an old schoolyard chant which begs us to discuss why in the world should we study a dead language like Latin! Unless you go to the Vatican, no one speaks it these days.
Latin has gone
North Star Geography has been slowly progressing in my house despite Thanksgiving and a slew of birthdays. We’ve reached lesson two: Maps! So what could be more appropriate than one of the North Star Geography recommended projects?
A Treasure Hunt!
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