STEM Science Kit Read more

STEM Science Kit

Have you heard of Green Kid Crafts?  They are having an awesome back to school sale that you don’t want to miss out on. If you are looking to spice up your science curriculum, they have STEM Science Kits allowing children to learn through hands-on approaches, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) experiments. The science kit […]

Excellence in Literature Curriculum Read more

Excellence in Literature Curriculum

If you are looking for a classic literature curriculum for your homeschooler (grades 8-12), here is an awesome program titled: Excellence in Literature by Janice Campbell. This college-prep program makes it possible for you to teach classic literature and composition to your homeschooler even if your strength isn’t in literature. Here is what is included […]

The Anne Frank Project and Curriculum Read more

The Anne Frank Project and Curriculum

Did you know that Anne Frank’s diary is considered an effective method to teach children about the Holocaust? The Holocaust Memorial Center in Farmington Hills, offers a variety of resources from the Anne Frank Curriculum to the Anne Frank Project including the: Door Project, Journaling Project, and Film Project. If you head over to the […]

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Learning About Spiders

Spiders. Right now it is the season for spiders! I’m not a huge spider fan but can tolerate them from a distance. This past week we had a couple unplanned opportunities to study spiders.  I capitalized on that and we went on a little bunny er spider trail this week! Spider Spinning a Web This […]