Category Archives: Homeschool – History

Passport to Adventure

In late June, while attending one of the lead-up events for the Kansas City Urban Garden tour, I took Emily to a children’s event at Children’s Beanstalk Garden. The presenter never showed up and I started talking to one of … Continue reading

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The Best Laid Plans of Mice, Men and Homeschoolers

This post could also be titled: How I Bombed at My First Attempt at Teaching History Kids tell it like it is. They don’t hold back. [sigh] Sometimes it would be really nice if they did. When I had reviewed … Continue reading

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Deciding on a Kindergarten Curriculum – History & Geography

I took a day off in curriculum planning. Hey seriously though, it’s important to keep it all relevant, right? Larry the 8-Eyed Alien had to have his day in the sun. So here I am at the Social Studies portion … Continue reading

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Mahaffie Stagecoach and the Questioning Homeschoolers

Last Thursday morning we had the opportunity to visit the Mahaffie Stagecoach Stop and Farm for an event reserved for homeschoolers. The place was packed, and there was much to see and do. Our Visit to Mahaffie Stagecoach & Farm … Continue reading

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