This moon and stars unit study is for a Charlotte Mason style family morning basket. Each weekly theme has three posts with activities for Primary (preschool to 2nd grade), Intermediate (3rd to 5th grade), and Secondary (6th grade and up). There are four weekly themes for this Astronomy and Astronauts unit study
This moon and stars unit study for upper elementary is a Charlotte Mason family style morning basket, designed to meet the needs of the whole child.
This moon and stars unit study is a Charlotte Mason family style morning basket, designed to meet the needs of the whole child.
My dad likes to remind me that hindsight is 20/20 anytime I am lamenting over a choice I might have made differently if I had only known then what I know now. There are some truths about homeschooling that I wish I had known when I began this journey that I hope can be of encouragement to families just beginning their homeschool experience.
Let’s discuss the differences between phonics, phonology, phonemic awareness and emergent literacy, and then see how to help your child in these areas.
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Concerned about your child’s language development? Find out if you should seek professional advice Before I became a homeschooling mom, I was a speech-language pathologist, aka speech therapist. As an undergraduate in the Communication Disorders program, I was required to take a language development class before doing any course work related to language disorders or…
Color some rice to rock your kid’s sensory bin. They’ll thank you by playing on their own while you get a mommy time-out Some links in this post may be affiliate links, which means that if you click on them, I may make a tiny bit of money, at no extra cost to you. Colored…
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