• Homeschooling

    Our American History Scrapbook

    Awhile back I mentioned that we were taking a notebooking approach to American History. Shawntele @ Saved by Grace asked to hear more about our notebook so I promised to post about it. It’s actually more of a scrapbook. I’m not sure if or how that differs from what other homeschoolers calling “notebooking” but it’s more cut-and-paste than it is…

  • Homeschooling

    A Closet Office

    Spring cleaning time has begun. Thanks to my 16-year-old daughter my kitchen now shines. I want you to know, that girl’s a keeper!  My project for Saturday was to help my 13-year-old daughter organize her bedroom. I called a family meeting to brainstorm the best way to set up her tiny bedroom (only 10′ x 10′) to help her keep…

  • Homeschooling

    High School Science

    Did you ever wonder how high school homeschool students got their labs done? If you’re a homeschooler, you probably already know! In the kitchen, of course! We started Biology in January, and invited a couple other families to join us once a week for the experiments. The first chapter in the book called for collecting pond water and cultivating who-knows-what…