Magic Forest Academy | Review

Every lesson connects multiple subjects, and gives a very holistic view of the world in which we live. There are excellent suggestions for keeping a nature journal, researching more sea-faring creatures and people, geography, history, and some mythology too.

Q & A with Dr. Kat Patrick | Dreaming Spires Home Learning

One of our more recent additions, Kat is pretty awesome, and she’s even bailed me out at the last minute when I goofed up. Yes – I goofed. Again. Ha! She managed to get a fantastic article written and delivered in time to be in the Summer issue (Juggling with Jay Jay). She writes the … Read moreQ & A with Dr. Kat Patrick | Dreaming Spires Home Learning

Fall 2016 | Homeschooling High School

WOW! Can you believe the choices we have? Homeschoolers have always had more freedom of choice than those in schools,¬†but it seems that the high school choices get a bit, well, confusing. With that in mind, we are proud to present the Fall issue: Homeschooling High School. We have an article-packed issue for you, with … Read moreFall 2016 | Homeschooling High School

Review: English Lessons Through Literature Level 4

Barefoot Ragamuffin¬†Curricula has a great selection to choose from, and they are extremely generous in sharing them with us at no charge to review for you, our amazing readers. We reviewed level 3 of English Lessons Through Literature (ELTL)¬†last school year, and still love the way things are organized. Level 4 continues the study of … Read moreReview: English Lessons Through Literature Level 4

Quark Chronicles: Botany – the First in a Series of Science Studies

From finding seeds to grow a garden in the cargo bay of the living, talking ship known as “Auntie”, to fighting more space pirates, and helping a sentient tree pollinate, the action doesn’t stop – and neither does the learning!

“All men by nature desire knowledge.”

I love this simple statement, credited to Aristotle, because it truly embodies the way I feel about education in general. I feel that if you take a child’s natural inclination to learn, cultivate that inclination into desire for knowledge with engaging concepts, then you will have a lifelong learner. Isn’t that the purpose of education? … Read more“All men by nature desire knowledge.”

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