Job loss. Moving. New babies. High risk pregnancy. Hospitalization. Injury. Chronic pain disability.
These are a few of the things that we, at the Non Stepford house, have dealt with during our almost (gasp!) eight years of homeschooling.
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All three of our children are hands-on learners. They also have short attention spans. It seems like it wouldn't be a good combination for teaching history. Am I the only one that thought history was boring when I was young? Based on my impression, … [Read More...]
Begin where you are! Have your kids learn a little local history about your city/town, your county, and your state. Visit your town hall. Research the deed to your house. Or just use Google. Over the course of a year our … [Read More...]
This post first appeared on my own blog in September 2013 and again February 2014. I think it's worth repeating here.
How do I love thee? Let me count the ways. My favorite poem begins that way. Today I am going to count the ways that I love … [Read More...]
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Connecting History to the Modern World
Let's face it, sometimes history can seem so dry. Without context children lose the importance of understanding how history affects their own lives. Trying to connect their minds and hearts to … [Read More...]