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We are an eclectic homeschool, teaching mainly with Classical Conversations, A.C.E. (Accelerated Christian Education) and The Montessori Method.

Sunday, July 27, 2014

Montessori Math: Addition (with free printable)

Have you been looking for a complete and thorough tutorial on Montessori Math addition? Look no further! 

In this post, I will show you a sample lesson (addition) and give you a free printable, as well as show you how easy it is to bring Montessori to your home. We have been using The Montessori Method in our homeschool for years now, and I would love to share with you this information.

The lesson below is for ages 3-6, and there are extensions available to make this material more challenging.

Click HERE to see the entire lesson.

Friday, July 25, 2014

Meaningful Homeschool Décor: Story and Tutorial

The new (home)school year is about to begin and many of us are not only thinking about curriculum, but we are also thinking about room setups and decorations. This can be exciting and cumbersome at the same time. 

I personally love to change things around every once in a while, but I am also happy when a big project is done. I am sure you know what I mean. Well, this post is about one piece of decoration for our homeschool that I decided to make myself. I hope you enjoy it and get inspired to make your own, too.

Tuesday, July 22, 2014

Essential Oils that have worked for us: Cough

My personal essential oil testimonial from last night:
My 4-year old son suddenly got a cough before bed. I thought he had swallowed something that went down the wrong way or maybe he had swallowed some pool water that irritated his throat. Who knows? 
The problem is that the cough kept bothering him. It was persistent and I could tell that it was getting a bit worse as the night progressed. 
By 1am, he was coughing every minute. He wasn't able to sleep well because of it. 
I took out the big guy: ImmuPower (essential oil blend by Young Living) and started diffusing it. 
Keep on reading to learn what else I used that had an almost instant effect.

Sunday, July 13, 2014

Montessori Sensorial: Fabric Box

This is a simple and yet profound lesson. It is easy to make your own at home. Simply find different textures in fabric that you don't use/need anymore and cut two matching squares out of each texture. Try to get at least 8 different textures.

Setup (so easy): mat and fabric box
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