There are so many beautiful, high quality wooden learning resources available. It can feel overwhelming thinking you need it all. The good news is, you don’t need a single wooden learning resource to homeschool.
I have always enjoyed creating things with my hands. When my daughters were younger we did all kinds of fun arts and crafts projects. I had a cabinet full of craft supplies of every color of felt, pipe cleaners, popsicle sticks, foam sheets, googly eyes, stickers, you name it. We would create things out of … Continue reading Handicrafts
My oldest daughter used Exploring Countries & Cultures from My Father’s World for her 3rd grade curriculum last year. The science portion was learning all about different ecosystems and biomes of the various countries she studied.
We used Exploring Countries and Cultures from My Father’s World this year for 3rd grade. As we studied each country we read a living book that takes place in that particular country.
Deciding on a curriculum can feel daunting. There are countless options available. How do you decide which one to choose?