I’ve had a few questions regarding how I plan my homeschooling week themes. So I thought I’d give you a little rundown on how planning works for me.
So when do I do my planning?
Thanks to the glorious smart phone I can do planning anywhere. Most of the time it…
This week was “Bird Week” at the Wilson house….I had some pretty grand plans but not all of them made their way into reality-however, I’m coming to learn that EVERY week is different around here and I should give us all as many “free passes” as possible.
At the end…Read More
This week in homeschooling we returned to the right order of the Creation Story and studied “water”. I knew this week was going to be a bit crazy since we were adding Soccer practice into the mix two days a week so I didn’t plan quite as many activities…Read More
This last week our Homeschool theme was “Gardens”…I can’t remember now why I jumped ahead and did my garden theme early-instead of staying with my creation story theme…it didn’t matter too much to Ransom, who knows the story of Adam and Eve well and seemed to not be bothered…Read More
Not long ago my mom told me that her favorite part of teaching was the planning which I totally didn’t buy because I’ve seen her in the classroom and she’s a great mix of entertainment/sarcasm/love….but as I’ve jumped into the deep end of homeschool this year I’ve realize that…Read More
I can’t mention enough how much I love a good “plan” my love language definitely involves a to-do list and an extensive in-depth calendar. So, when I started to feel slightly wobbly on my fall plans ( aka. Ransom not heading off to kindergarden this year*) I bought myself…Read More
Edit:This post was edited in 2017 to mirror some new favorites! Enjoy!
I have been remiss. Here I have written all kinds of book reviews on my blog, particularly children’s books but I have not done an official blog post on Kids Bibles. Of course, this hasn’t stopped me from…