Homeschool Reading Bookstack

Image by Bikurgurl Homeschool Reading Bookstack . . . AND Homeschool Bookstack and 2020-21 Rough Plans Required reading for our homeschool this year acquired from Homeschool Potpourri – our Greater Seattle new and used Homeschool Bookstore 📚🖤 What’s on our Homeschool Reading list this year? In part, some of these books I picked up: Emma by Jane Austen Robinson Crusoe by Daniel Defoe Across Five … Continue reading Homeschool Reading Bookstack

Homeschool Bookstack

Looking for more inspiration and resources? Here’s a regular, old, homeschooling bookstack. It’s not a secular stack, it’s not an unschool bookstack, just a great place to start if you’re thinking about home educating your children during the global pandemic and, if like me, your area is still under quarantine. I think I’ve loaned out/given away most of my secular book resources; these are the … Continue reading Homeschool Bookstack

Covid-19 Seattle Update: April 2020

We’ve been watching documentaries about the 1918 Epidemic. Often referred to as the Spanish flu {as Spain was neutral in WWI and had no reason to downplay its epidemic deaths to them enemy’}, it could kill a person – young adults aged between 15-40 disproportionately – within 24 hours. Since the information we have on our current epidemic is so scant, for our family looking … Continue reading Covid-19 Seattle Update: April 2020

Scrabble Board Family Art

Image by Bikurgurl Family Scrabble Board This is our second family Scrabble board. Our first was made 7 years when we bought our current home in Washington. We constructed it with my parents first Scrabble board they handed down to us.. When I found this gem at @valuevillage_thrift , I knew it was time for us to update one for our family. I’ve survived Ovarian … Continue reading Scrabble Board Family Art

Deep in Planning

Image by Bikurgurl Deep in Planning So putting together the planning doesn’t start wit making a calendar, oh no…it starts with knowing my children. It starts with knowing their interests, goals, dreams, dislikes…it proceeds to what I’d like to weave into our year and what our long-term plan is for college readiness. The long term plan is more like a framework, not a directive. It’s … Continue reading Deep in Planning

Poetry Tea Time Freewrite

Image by Bikurgurl Poetry Tuesday We don’t really do tea in the summer, but the Biscoff cookies were finally devoured this morning as I pulled out the vintage copy of Paradise Lost I picked up in a second hand Midwest book store a few years ago. What I love about it, aside from it’s beautiful hardbound, Booky smell, are the carefully pencilled annotations of one … Continue reading Poetry Tea Time Freewrite