(I've started a blog, and since I lurk here and love reading others' blogs, I thought I'd share one my first homeschooling posts.)
"So in this post I mentioned that M was a co-conspirator in planning our week. This is what we came up with a few weeks ago- and stretched it over two weeks to accommodate my deworking. I thought I’d share since we homeschooling facilitators are always looking for something that works." ...
Feeling lazy today so decided to do an easy post on my workboxes for the younger kids.
Sharing my blog here because people have asked in the past for resources for teaching their kids about Buddhism and/or Meditation.
I teach at two local temples. Have a looksy if you're interested.
I’ve been doing a lot of thinking lately on what works and what doesn’t when it comes to homeschooling. Sure, having some basic tools can be very helpful! Like a microscope, library card, internet access, etc. But what else is important to have when homeschooling? Here are some things I’ve come up with based on my own homeschooling journey.
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Allen Ginsberg’s “Howl” was first performed on October 7, 1955. If your poetry curriculum covers the Beat Generation, you should read what Ginsberg himself wrote about the “poem that changed America.” His commentary was published posthumously in The American Poetry Review, included in the JPASS Collection.
Allen Ginsberg, “From the Poem that Changed America: “Howl” Fifty Years Later,” The American Poetry Review, Vol. 35, No. 2 (2006).