Ratatouille - Movie Unit Study Ratatouille is such a delightful movie. The story is wonderful, especially for kids who have to overcome struggles and challenges. This was the movie that sparked Mr. T's desire to become a chef. Remy the rat is a fantastic character who marches to the beat of his own … [Read More...]
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Listen here:This podcast is sponsored by:Transcription:Hey, homeschool mommas. It’s Cindy West from ourjourneywestward.com. Today, I’d like to share with you about the Charlotte Mason method and why I feel it’s so good for cultivating grace in our homeschools and in our homes. I have … [Read More...]
Homeschool Planning Planners are a wonderful tool. Many people like online or app planning software. Me? I'm old school and love pen, paper, stickers, and washi tape. Having a pretty planner is a bonus to the actual functionality. DaySpring has just released some gorgeous 18 month planners that are … [Read More...]