Looking to learn a new skill or improve your confidence in a certain area? These guides are meant to give quick, easy to understand overviews to benefit your family whether its getting outside more, learning to bake bread, and so much more!
There are many reasons you may find your budget taxed when it comes to book purchases during the school year. For one, many curricula are literature centered and it’s an integral part of your day to day lesson planning. I […]
We’ve all been there. You open the coat closet and everything comes tumbling out. You don’t know where their boots are, if they even have boots that fit. Seasonal gear can be a pain when it comes to multiple children […]
One of the best aspects of Homeschooling (in my opinion) is the freedom to explore parts of sciences, arts, literature, or topics that traditional public or private schooling may not allow curriculum time or resources for. While much of our […]
Stockmar Paints Are About as Waldorf-ish As It Gets But, for many of us who grew up with Crayola and RoseArt as the tools at our disposal, using real art supplies with our young children can be so intimidating. “But, they’re […]
Let’s be real, cooking with kids isn’t always fun. One of our goals has been to cook with our toddler more. There’s a lot of reasons for this, but let me share just a few. 1. It teaches independence and gives […]
Today’s blog post includes affiliate links to Amazon as well as Primary Clothing. If you choose to use any of my links provided, you won’t pay any more than usual, but I will earn a small percentage of your purchase […]
One of my earliest memories as a child was in a Waldorf Preschool on Bread Day. Even in my 30’s, I can remember that Bread Day was on Thursday. The room would filled with the comforting scent of baking wheat […]