Language Arts

Story Mapping with Pout Pout Fish in the Big-Big Dark

One of my favorite classes to teach is literature. I have always loved teaching the wonders of books. When a child begins to understand how stories are constructed it helps the story come  alive. It also provides them the proper tools as they begin to write their own stories. In our literature class today I… Continue reading Story Mapping with Pout Pout Fish in the Big-Big Dark

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What Homeschoolers Can Learn From Michael Moore & Finland

I just finished watching a brief documentary filmmaker Michael Moore did comparing our American public school system with Finland’s system. Before watching this video, I was not at all familiar with Finland’s educational system. As I watched the video I kept hearing myself say, “That’s right! Yes! That makes sense!” Before coming home to teach… Continue reading What Homeschoolers Can Learn From Michael Moore & Finland

Freebies

My 5 Go to Vegan Meals I Freeze to Get Me Through the Fall!

Summer is almost over and that means back to everything! Last year I found myself constantly feeling so behind and overwhelmed when it came to feeding my family healthy and nutritious plant based meals. Due to the fact we primarily eat from home, I knew I had to approach things differently. My plan this year… Continue reading My 5 Go to Vegan Meals I Freeze to Get Me Through the Fall!

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He’s Building a Cathedral — A Homeschool Mom

So thankful for this article today as I can relate to everything shared. I am trying to be more intentional about focusing on the bigger picture – with my children and myself – rather than the smaller one. Prayer for me has been key to helping adjust my sights and perspectives. When I take the… Continue reading He’s Building a Cathedral — A Homeschool Mom