Middle Years


Project Based Learning Video Presentation

Project Based Learning Video Presentation

Watch and learn how project based learning has been a great tool for living and learning outside the box of textbooks, scope and sequence and standardized tests.

What I'm into (early fall)

What I'm into (early fall)

I've had a growing desire to resurrect the idea of "linky" posts. If not resurrect at least revisit. I have some favorite stuff I want to share, so I'd like to start sharing that with you, today.

Give Your Child the World (and how we do homeschool history)

Give Your Child the World (and how we do homeschool history)

Stories about the unique beauty in different cultures. Stories about our common humanity. Stories to help you go places without having to literally go there. Stories that share, with age appropriate language and details the struggle and suffering of being human, no matter where you live, but the hope and ...

A homeschool and family life schedule with three teenagers

A homeschool and family life schedule with three teenagers

Our life schedule in a season of homeschool co-op, skiing, and socially active teenagers.

(teen) Kids in the Kitchen

(teen) Kids in the Kitchen

Having my kids involved in the kitchen is about learning important skills, like cooking, but it's also about sharing household responsibilities so I'm not taking on too much of the household burden.

A month of homeschooling on FIMBY

A month of homeschooling on FIMBY

It's been a long time since I've written anything substantial about homeschooling and I'd like to do something about that.

Mid-Winter: Tracks & Trails

Mid-Winter: Tracks & Trails

One of the best parts of winter walks in the woods is all the evidence of animal life, tracks only visible in the snow.