rhythms in homeschooling | teaching multiple grades

rhythms in homeschooling | teaching multiple grades

“The rhythm of family. Until we transform the chaos of family life, we can never hope to transform society. I envision a circle of caring intimacy. I envision a place where we celebrate waking, eating, noisy laughter, quiet moments of communion. I envision a sanctuary, however unorthodox, where each of us can develop inner harmony and strength of character.

adventures in british columbia

adventures in british columbia

At the beginning of May, my husband, three little ones and I traveled to British Columbia to our happy place, Whistler.  It was our third time visiting Whistler since 2016, and each time we fall in love with it more and more. The weather could not have been more...

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rhythms in homeschooling |  teaching pre-k & Kinder

rhythms in homeschooling | teaching pre-k & Kinder

I open my eyes to that blue morning. The sun waking and stretching just beyond the horizon, casting a hazy blue tint over the sleeping hills and rustling trees. The house is quiet and cold. I wrap my sweater over my chilly bones and head for coffee. I sip slowly, drinking in that hot creamy promise of what the day will hold, and open my devotional.

simple traditions for an intentional Christmas.

simple traditions for an intentional Christmas.

I don't think traditions have to be grand gestures to be meaningful parts of our little ones' childhood.  In fact, I'm certain it's actually their simplest forms that our children remember and look forward to the most. I think they are important because they give...

Seasonal Lessons

Seasonal Lessons

I often use nature to guide us through our learning. I give extra heart to the present season, and I think of how I can bring that season to life in our lessons. Paying close attention to the seasons, offers us insight into our own lives…

homeschooling.

I wrote a blog post about our homeschooling journey last year that you can read here. But this journal will be different in that now I'm teaching two little ones at home, at different ability levels. Please don't take this post as a sign that I have it all...