Category Archives: Enki & Homeschooling
With a first grader, sixth grader and ninth grader all in the same room doing school, the energy in the room can get . . . loud . . . frustrating . . . silly . . . ridiculous . … Continue reading
This is a random list of curriculum/resources I’ve used over the last 7 years homeschooling Shurley English levels 1-5 Story of the World books 1-4 Usborne Interlinked Encyclopedia Wordly Wise Teach your Child To Read in 100 Easy Lessons Hooked … Continue reading
We did Science on the go the other day! We spent a beautiful NW afternoon and evening hiking through the woods, making dinner on the fire, eating food we brought plus some chantrelles we picked along the way. This is … Continue reading
Homeschooling through High School has it’s own, new challenges and can seem a bit daunting. For our guide, we are using this 4 year plan that I got from the Washington Homeschool Organization website. It’s incredibly useful for making a … Continue reading
We had really fun week. . . homeschool was very productive. We are still really liking Oak Meadow for 6th and 1st grades. It seems, especially with the 1st grade, the ‘schooling’ just fits right in with family life. Maya … Continue reading
We really are not trying to ‘duplicate school at home’. In fact, our home learning looks very different than that of a public or private classroom. First of all, we are really trying to serve the body, mind and heart … Continue reading
See what Little Miss Maya put together for us in celebration of Autumn!