Most of us have been through transitioning our lives from being single to marriage, to becoming parents. It’s an adjustment we take in wholeheartedly because of the people in our lives which we love.
Further down the road as homeschooling parents, we make changes in our lives to educate our children, whether it’s to earn extra income for curriculum, rearrange our schedules to teach lessons or gain patience in dealing with a day that did not go as planned. What happens when a detour in your life comes up that can affect your homeschooling?
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When we first found out Nature Study, it was after following the Charlotte Mason method. We consider ourselves eclectic and enjoyed the idea of learning science by studying nature to our diverse curriculum. One thing we discovered, you don’t have to live in the country to discover nature, you can do it in your own backyard, the park or anywhere there is natural life around you.
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Always an avid browser of educational catalogs, I get ideas on creating similar products with what we have on hand. I had seen several years ago a set of Story Wands by Lakeshore Learning. While we have purchased items in the past, I knew I could make our own.
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