Project-based homeschooling: American Elm

Happy Arbor Day! In my last post, I told you a bit about my boys’ interest in plants and how we began identifying all the plants and trees in our yard. Even more so than plants, I think my eldest son is interested in trees, and he loves to try to identify them and propagate … Continue reading Project-based homeschooling: American Elm

Project-based Homeschooling: Plant Project

Happy Earth Day! To celebrate, I thought I would write about a project we've been working on for over a year. My older son has always had a special interest in plants. When he was little, he became obsessed with seeds for awhile. Then he had his carnivorous plant project, and we still grow the … Continue reading Project-based Homeschooling: Plant Project

U.S. History Lesson Log #1: Native Americans

Though we began a more formal study of U.S. history earlier this year, starting with life in America before the arrival of Europeans, I have been teaching my boys about Native Americans in a variety of ways over the past few years. The resources listed here will reflect that. I will return to this page … Continue reading U.S. History Lesson Log #1: Native Americans