Tea Time with Boys

Tea Time with Boys

I discovered the life-altering power of teatime when I crossed the pond to teach English to the English. On my first day of class, I watched in awe as the entire school—students and faculty—stopped for tea. In an instant, I knew that practice would forever be part of...
It’s Tea Time!

It’s Tea Time!

Note: This post was originally published in August 2009. It was our first foray into “tea time” when the kids were only four and two (yep, only two kids at that moment). We have enjoyed so many tea times through the years. I hope you enjoy the look back....
Help students succeed with Mr. D Math

Help students succeed with Mr. D Math

One of the best things about my job and all the years I’ve spent in the homeschool community has to be the access I have to truly excellent programs. Without dropping any names, I often am able to discuss curricula with the actual creators of the programs and...
Elemental Biology for the Grammar Stage Review

Elemental Biology for the Grammar Stage Review

As homeschool moms already know, flexibility is an incredibly important skill to hone. We love our planners and our outlines (and our laminating machines!), and routine is the beating heart of a healthy homeschool day. But whether you’re facing a world pandemic...
Attend GHC’s Online Homeschooling Convention

Attend GHC’s Online Homeschooling Convention

Our world as we know it has changed. Only time will tell how long these changes will be in place, and how we’ll all look on the other side of this pandemic, but for now, it feels like all we can do is sit and wait.   Our co-op has been canceled, lessons...
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