Everyone knows about the beautiful changing of the colors that takes place every fall in New England. I’d like to make that trip some year and visit relatives in the process. The bad news is that we can’t afford eight airline tickets, not to mention lodging. The good news is, we have a pretty sweet changing of the seasons of our own, here in East Texas.
I remember changing cloth diapers (we had four of our kids in them at one time) and dreaming of the simpler days ahead when my kids would be older and easier to parent. Oh, what a fool I was!
The number of Texans who like to go camping has literally exploded since our family started camping six years ago. Back then, we could easily get a reservation to most places with just two or three weeks notice. Not any more. Often, when we were able to book a camping …
There are as many homeschool teaching styles as there homeschool teachers. That said, I have identified quite a few distinct styles and thought it might be fun to take a not too serious look at nine of them.
Sorry. If you were looking to read a “How To” article, you won’t find one here. Unless you are looking for a “How to have fun while teaching your kids” article, or “How to teach through play” or even, “How to bond with your kids while teaching them”. If that’s what you’re looking for, well, then you came to the right place!
If you live in the greater Houston area, this festival is a must field trip for your homeschoolers.