Constitution week starts today, and what better way to kick off a week of study than by sharing a few of our favorite resources?
On this beautiful Saturday morning, I found myself wondering how Independence Day was celebrated right after the Declaration of Independence was signed. Turns out, it wasn’t all that different from today. We just sell more stuff. According to newspapers of the time, there were parades, firing of cannons, casual parties amongst friends and other things […]
At the Great Homeschool Convention in Ontario, CA in June, there were many amazing vendors terrific people and devoted parents. Good thing I like talking because that’s just what I did with quite a few of them, but it was Inge Auerbacher who really got me thinking. You see, she was seven years old in […]
We just received this from our good friends over at Asamom.org, they’re launching a new site to encourage reading the U.S. Constitution! We’re fans, as you all know, and we have seen first hand the positive effect knowing these important documents can have on our kids. So take a moment, read and visit www.saveitreadit.org. We […]