Defeating the Green-Eyed Homeschool Curriculum Monster

Defeating the Green-Eyed Homeschool Curriculum Monster

Have you ever switched to a new homeschool curriculum after learning that your friends are using it? Have you ever made a curriculum switch because you’ve stumbled across a new one that’s legitimately good even though your current curriculum is serving you well? If either of these scenarios sound familiar, you’ve[Read more]

10 Children’s Books About the Moon

10 Children's Books About the Moon

Are you planning a unit study about the moon or covering it soon through your science curriculum? Maybe your kids are fascinated by the solar system. Regardless of why the moon is a hot topic in your home, children’s books about the moon are a great way to enhance your[Read more]

Graphic Novels from Candlewick Press: The Coolest Way to Introduce Shakespeare

Graphic Novels from Candlewick Press: The Coolest Way to Introduce Shakespeare

As much as I hate to admit it, I didn’t appreciate Shakespeare at all when I was younger. My first experiences with his works were perfunctory and dry, but that’s exactly why I wanted something different for my middle schooler. It’s the reason I wanted to introduce Shakespeare in a way that[Read more]

Meeting the Master Artists: Leonardo da Vinci Unit Study Resources

Meeting the Master Artists: Leonardo da Vinci Unit Study Resources

Are you looking for Leonardo da Vinci unit study ideas to use in your homeschool? Today I’m sharing my favorite resources for studying the original Renaissance Man himself. (Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.) Da Vinci has been a longtime source of inspiration for scientists, artists, and historians alike.[Read more]