Life of Fred

http://www.stanleyschmidt.com/FredGauss/index2.htm Ok It does not sound like a Math Curriculum, by the title. But it is a wonderful math Curriculum. My seven year old and my six year old recently started Life of Fred Apples. The first book. Even though they are in different places in math. The publishers recommend always starting at the beginning […]

Going to the Zoo Zoo Zoo How about You You You….

We put on our brave pants this morning and ventured to the zoo during April Vacation week!!! OK maybe we put on our What are we thinking pants!!! It was Crazy crowded!! But we all had a great time!! We met several friends there. The kids had a great time talking with friends and exploring […]

A Passion for History

I have mentioned before that my son loves history. We are currently studying the early People of North America well before the European settlers arrived!  We are in the process of make a lap book of the book, www.homeschoolshare.com   If you were Iroquois. My Uncle is a Mohawk Indian and so were are going to […]

Come Join us in the Magic Tree House

We love reading, Magic Tree House Books by Mary Pope Osborne. Many of the Magic Tree House  books also have wonderful research guides to go with them. Full of “facts behind the fiction” (the back of  the book Leprechauns and Irish Folklore) they have lead to so much more learning after finish the story. My son spent […]

St Patricks Day From the History Channel

  I Recived this in an Email from the HistoryChannel          Visit our special St. Patrick’s Day website! Each year on March 17th, waves of green sweep through major American cities as hundreds of thousands of people participate in St. Patrick’s Day events nationwide. History.com features a special interactive website which includes […]