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Victorian Era Books

Homeschooling | May 19, 2024

Queen Victoria was born on May 24, 1819, and began her reign in 1837 at 18 years of age. Her reign, known as the Victorian era, lasted for 63 years and seven months, making her the second-longest reigning British monarch, surpassed only by Queen Elizabeth II. In the Days of Queen Victoria, by Eva March...

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Exploring Our World with Five Favourite Books

Homeschooling | January 12, 2024

These engaging and rich resources will bring geography to life for you and your children. Material World Maps Book of Nations Hungry Planet Children Just Like Me Traditional textbooks can be dry and encyclopedic. Geography is not just about physical landscapes; it’s also about people, their stories, and their connection to the land. With these...

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Do Mornings Well! Part 1

Homeschooling | July 28, 2021

Do Mornings Well! “Win the Morning, Win the Day!” I see this quoted often in books, on blogs, Instagram feeds, and Facebook pages that are dedicated to productivity, entrepreneurship, personal growth, and habit development. I’m not an entrepreneur, but I’m a bit of a productivity/habit/organization nerd, and over the last several months, I’ve been wondering...

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Summer Music – Tips & Resources

Homeschooling | June 9, 2021

As a music teacher, I always approach the summer months with a sense of apprehension. The majority of families take a well-deserved break through July and August, and I wave goodbye to my students at the end of June wondering how much knowledge they’ll return with in September. “Use it or lose it,” is an...

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Dear Young Mama

Encouragement, Homeschooling | January 5, 2021

My family has a New Year’s Eve tradition where we write a letter to our future selves.  We open it a year later, on New Year’s Eve.  It’s fun but sometimes discouraging.  I’ve learned that writing a list of goals as a motivational tool can fall flat as you read through the list the following...

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