The Eagle rank in Scouts BSA is one of the most distinguished achievements a teen can earn, and rightly so. It is a lot of work. It can be hard to know where to start, so I wanted to share some tips for getting your project going... along with plenty of Eagle project ideas that [...]
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How to read “Pride and Prejudice” along with the BBC miniseries
This winter I'm reading through one of my favorite books of all time, Pride & Prejudice, with my thirteen-year-old daughter for her homeschool literature course. It's the perfect time of year for it, when we can pull up blankets by the fireplace and read out loud to each other...kind of like the Bennett sisters would have done. [...]
Our 2020 printable summer read-aloud list is here!
We're excited to share our 2020 printable summer read-aloud list with you all! With pools closing or limiting attendance, camps cancelled, and so many other disappointments for our kids this summer, we're trying to look for the silver lining...and (ahem) some activities that will keep them busy during these long days. So, we've created this [...]
How to turn all this quantity time into quality time…without losing your mind in the process.
This post is based on a talk we gave to the Moms & More preschool moms group at Christ Presbyterian Church. Week 1 of the quarantine: we're rearranging our homes to start the new and exciting, if unexpected, process of homeschooling our kids. We're sitting by the fire and reading books. We created a sourdough [...]
Free biography unit study for every kind of teacher! Thank you for all you’re doing.
To every teacher out there right now who's trying to just figure this whole mess out, we see you! We hear you! From classroom teachers trying to navigate Zoom lessons to unexpected homeschool moms trying to fill your days, we know it's crazy hard right now, and we want to make it easier for you. [...]
What to expect when your child starts ABA therapy for the first time
As I write this post, a BCBA therapist is chasing my squealing-with-delight daughter around the driveway on her riding toy during an ABA therapy session. It looks to our neighbors like I have the most involved babysitter ever, who also happens to have a curious habit of asking my daughter to stop playing and simply [...]