When we started homeschooling, we had a lofty goal: To teach them everything the school wouldn’t or couldn’t. As time went on, we realized that there were many things that school would not have taught them. We also saw that, because there are so many things to see, explore, and learn about in this world, […]
Amy and I have talked about this for a while, here it is – the first installment of the Learning Tangent Unscripted podcast. During our 38 minutes, we talked about a range of things, and like many of our conversations, it meandered all over the place! Rather than make you listen to it in its […]
What a blur the last couple of months has been! We have gone from Sunny San Diego county to southern Fort Worth. This issue, we look with wonder at the world around – from the wonder of, “How on earth did we do what we did;” to the wonder of the natural world with science. […]
We thought it would be helpful, inspiring and a little bit fun to reminisce about those things we learned soon after beginning our homeschool journey.
What? Somebody else noticed that we’re totally awesome – and named us one of the top education magazines? I don’t know if you know how many education magazines and ezines exist, but there are thousands. I’ve actually lost track because there are so many. It’s hard to get noticed amidst all the other fantastic, long-standing publications, but we did get noticed.
Charlie and Emma go for a visit with their grandmother, Nana. They love to visit Nana, and always look forward seeing her and all of her animals. On this occasion, they see three jars on the counter, each containing coins and labeled, “Saving, Spending, and Giving.”