A few days ago I shared a little from our home school journey with mathematics. Today I want to share a few more specifics.
Three years ago a local home school association, knowing I was once qualified to teach math, asked me to do a math workshop at a conference. I sheepishly replied . . . → Read More: Informal Mathematics – The Middle
Okay, here is the long awaited mathematics post.
I love math. More specifically, I love accounting. Really. Nothing makes me feel more uplifted than doing all the banking and budgeting and having all those numbers come out perfectly. I once called the bank to inform them of a number reversal error (it read 21 . . . → Read More: Informal Mathematics – The Beginning
We’ve have been using a Charlotte Mason approach to our home school since the beginning. As my children age, we are making the transition from oral to written narrations. Here is a written narration by my second daughter who was 11 years old at the time of writing. I have made no corrections to her . . . → Read More: A Written Narration – World War Two
Just for kicks, I decided to figure out how many books we currently have out from the library.
149 books checked out on seven cards 11 waiting to be picked up 16 currently on hold 111 books on lists waiting to be ordered
And we’re not fully back to school yet!
So . . . → Read More: Library Love
A report by my daughter, Doviegirl about our trip to the Christmas Cheer Board is here.