Here is a gathered cluster of activities and ideas for featuring the 2014 Winter Olympics as a theme. While combining these suggestions I have my 2 1/2 year old toddler and 4 1/2 year old kindergarten children in mind, but these would be good for a few more years up in the primary grades as well.
When I first started thinking about writing this post I was thinking, just to repost or link back to my last post from December where I was talking about K4.5 Curriculum and Tot School, but that is not so much a looking back post as it is a looking forward. While it touches on what we’ve done in the last few months, it’s more than that, so this post should be more than that one is, even that. *grin* In 2013 we did our second real year of homeschool. Third I suppose if you count just reading with Sonlight P3/5, but that was more just fun stuff than “school”. This is our second real year of workbooks and lessons and memory work. We are delighted with our experiences with Memoria Press Curriculum. We also add in other readings. What I have found from 2013 is that things have gotten on. . .
In all honesty, I’m slightly nervous about this post. It’s been a bit since I’ve posted as I was planning to take most of the months of December and January off from blogging, but then on my birthday (late November) I received an amazing email present, a letter letting me know that I have been accepted as a member of The Old Schoolhouse Review Crew for 2014! I am completely delighted and hope that I work up to the expectations of the group. Ever since I knew about the group a few years ago, I’ve been interested in joining and now finally I have my chance! Now, for the first review what could be more appropriate than to jump in and talk about SchoolhouseTeachers.com? This is not my first introduction to SchoolhouseTeachers.com as I have had a membership there for about two years. I started a few Christmas seasons ago. . .