Homeschooling has it’s seasons. We all knew when we started this journey that the goal was to someday graduate. We just graduated our second son here at the Davis home. One more to go. Certainly we have mixed feelings as we see our sons become more independent but there’s joy in knowing we were there and part of their lives every step of the way. Our own Kathy tells the story as we Graduate Number Two at Homeschoolbuzz.com. ChristineMM of The Thinking Mother shares what she thinks is the main thing that all parents (not just homeschooling parents) should teach their kids : What a Parent Should Teach Deputy Headmistress tells of Life with mostly littles via The Common Room: “One day I had three children, ages 9, 7 (almost 8), and 2, and then the next day I had five, ages 9, 7, 5, 3, and 2. All three of the youngest were in diapers. How did I ‘do it all?’ HAHAHAHAHAHAHA”
Bon says: “The 12 Touchstones of Good Teaching” is Not So Good via MathFour.com. Have you seen the list of 12 Touchstones of Good Teaching? Looks like there’re some problems with it!
Sharon presents Honoring Aunt Tucker posted at awakeningyourtrueself.com. “The voice I heard when I woke from a dream this morning was my Aunt Tucker’s. Not actually her voice, but definitely her. I could not go back to sleep so instead I begin celebrating Aunt Tucker’s life. On this day when her body will be placed in a grave, her soul is dancing with the moon and her sister stars. She has already sent us small but distinct signs that she is loving us from her new home, from the place where she is light and ageless.”
Conductive ink is a cool new type of paint that makes for some fun electronics projects in your homeschooling.