Using Amazon’s Creative Galaxy for Preschool Art

Modern technology makes it easier than ever to put TV time to work in our homeschool.  Our latest experience with that has been through streaming Amazon’s Creative Galaxy. (This post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) We’ve loved our experience with Amazon Prime ever since we became members, but our experience[Read more]

How to Use a 3D Pen for Homeschool

How to Use a 3D Pen for Homeschool

My kids loves art and I try to work that into our homeschool plans whenever possible.  Usually that comes in the form of illustrating our history lessons or read-alouds, but I’m always looking for new ways to incorporate art into our subjects. (I received this product for free and was compensated for my time. All[Read more]

Martin Luther King, Jr. Unit Study

Martin Luther King, Jr. Unit Study Resources

I recently learned a downfall of studying history from a classical education perspective: my nine year-old could tell you all about Martin Luther, but nothing about Martin Luther King, Jr.  Yikes!  To rectify that, we recently took a break from our Mystery of History and jumped ahead nearly a thousand[Read more]

The Best of 2015 ~ Your Favorite Posts

Life at the Table Best of 2015 - Reader Favorites

I can hardly believe this little blog of mine is a year old now!  I’m still growing and learning all I can about the world of blogging — part of that involves running numbers and seeing what kinds of posts connected with you the most this year. (This post contains affiliate[Read more]

Winter Wonderland Workshop: Cultivating Creativity with Mixed Media

Winter Wonderland Workshop - Cultivating Creativity with Mixed Media

The secret has been out for a while now that we are officially fans of mixed media art.   We were introduced to mixed media through Alisha Gratehouse of Flourish and we all just fell in love.  A whole new world of creativity was opened to us when we found ourselves Exploring[Read more]