I had a steep learning curve this week ... I learned that people read graphics and not the small print ...
I am really excited. The Old Schoolhouse is hosting a back to school sale for the month of August and they will be having some excellent discounts up to 90% off of some things. Every day there is a new special so be sure to check their store page.
In our home school this week…
- We explored Melbourne Museum
- Practiced keyboard skills with UberSmart
- Coloured in some tessellating shapes
- Learning Photography in Your Homeschool for Free
- Activities & Pages for Gregor Mendel The Friar Who Grew Peas
- FREE planners
- August Science Calendar
- Doorknob Chore Chart
- Organization Tip for Back to School - School Binders -
- To the First-Time Homeschooling Mom
- Notebooking 101: FAQs of Notebooking
- How to Plan Your Homeschool Year
- Relax! Encouragement for Parents in Classical Conversations/August 2014 Blog Carnival
- 3 Tips for Creating Balanced Goals
- New Homeschooler - How To Do the Curriculum and Still Have Fun?
- Looking at this beautiful photo- journal birth story Baby Jayden's Dramatic (and Early) Arrival Into the World
- Sharing our Field Trip to Sovereign Hill
- It's interesting how little things can be taken out of context. I was reading about how dangerous the new Facebook messenger app is and then I read this Why Facebook Messenger Wants Access To Your Phone's Microphone now it makes sense
- The Problem with 50 Shades of Grey.
- And I enjoyed as usual Matt Walsh's take To the women of America: 4 reasons to hate 50 Shades of Grey
- A Happy Ending: Meriam Ibrahim Arrives at Her New American Home
- Russia’s terrifying ‘blogger law’ goes into effect today
- Please be praying for this lady Condition Worsens for American Missionary with Ebola
- Wow Sydney's beaches closed as algae turns the sea blood red
- This is a worry School plans microchip bracelets
- You Have Too Many Children to Give Them What They Need
- This Boy's Last Wish Is Humbling
- Confessions of a recovering Waldorf Perfectionist
- Wonderful friends who support and encourage me.
If language is not correct, then what is said is not what is meant; if what is said is not what is meant, then what must be done remains undone; if this remains undone, morals and art will deteriorate; if justice goes astray, the people will stand about in helpless confusion. Hence there must be no arbitrariness in what is said. This matters above everything. ~Confucius
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