The Old School House Magazine sure keeps coming out with more and more wonderful things. The newest thing to arrive is the Schoolhouse Library. This is not a review but a resource I wanted to share with you. Whether your just beginning your homeschool journey or your a pro, this looks like this could be a very valuable resource!
For a one time purchase of $25.00 you are really getting an awesome deal. You have access to over 175 ebooks or audio books for homeschool support and encouragement.
What’s nice is that it covers all ages and stages with 25 different topics.
I have been on a mission to find some science curriculum for my daughter who is a kindergarten level. I was looking for online sites to subscribe to, free sites, and even curriculum to buy. Well I stumbled on some really good finds. Now I have a wide variety to choose from .
Easy Peasy – All In One Homeschool - Has a whole year of curriculum laid out for Kindergarten through High School on many different subjects not just science. Thought this was a bonus. I haven’t really looked over everything but there was some great ideas there.
Since we moved to the house we are in we have a TON of birds that fly around. By fly around I mean they are not afraid of us they fly right by us. Not aggressively though. We have a cardinal that visits regularly, a robin who is always somewhere in the yard, and a barn owl. I absolutely love watching them. It’s kind of peaceful sitting outside watching and listening. The kids and I are going to make some feeders for them.
Well one morning I was out side I saw the robin perched on the the roof.
Welcome to week 3 of the Homeschool Art Blog Hop. For those that didn’t know I was inspired to do this because of my son. I love to see his work as well as anyone else’s. I also created this to get new ideas and hope others can gather new ideas as well. You don’t have to be a homeschool to share art. Your post does have to directly link up to your art post. It can be something your working on or have done. It’s a chance to learn to new things and see the creations of others.
Welcome to the Homeschool Art Blog Hop. You don’t have to be a homeschooler to link up but your post does have to pertain to art. This was inspired by my son who wants to learn different techniques to painting as well as his love for arts and crafts. Who doesn’t like seeing kids art work? I love it! It also gives a chance to to try something new with our kids.