Project-based Homeschooling: Angry Birds – You Never Know

I don't know much about the Angry Birds game except that it used to be my son's favorite game when he played on his dad's Nexus, and when I sat down to watch him play, it seemed absolutely silly. But hey, it's not for me. It's for him, and I'm glad he's having fun. I … Continue reading Project-based Homeschooling: Angry Birds – You Never Know

Project-based Homeschooling: This year’s cardboard projects

It's the end of our "school year," so I'm wrapping it up at home and on my blog. A few more posts to go! As I review our past year, I have found that my seven-year-old has been quite a builder! I've written extensively about his interest in clay here and here. Now I want … Continue reading Project-based Homeschooling: This year’s cardboard projects

The Little Projects: Project-based Homeschooling

{A.K.A. I don't plan any crafts in this house.} {In between projects} {Exploring mediums} I've written about what I've considered our "project-based homeschooling" in terms of long projects in which my son learned about a specific topic and also spent some considerable time constructing something, such as in Building the Titanic and Rockets and the Benefits of … Continue reading The Little Projects: Project-based Homeschooling