I never thought I’d be one of “those” parents who taught her elementary school aged children Shakespeare plays. But here I am enjoying Shakespeare with my children eight and under.I say that I enjoy Shakespeare’s plays even though I’d only read two of them before beginning the education of my children. The two that IContinue reading “Teaching Shakespeare”
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There’s nothing a book lover enjoys more than a good book about books! As a book lover, the books below are ones that made me feel like I was at home. Talking or reading about books is like a beautiful sigh of contentment when you know that you are in a place of belonging andContinue reading “Books About Books”
I didn’t read nearly as many books in February as I did in January, but that is what I have come to expect. January presents new reading challenges and lots of fun reading plans so I generally start off the year plunging headfirst into all of the exciting books I have planned. I let theContinue reading “February Reading Wrap-Up”
I first stumbled across Ambleside Online when I was still in highschool. My parents made the decision to homeschool me, and I am grateful they did. As a result of my education, I always planned to homeschool my own children one day. Additionally I was raised in a literary home so Ambleside Online caught myContinue reading “Why I Chose Ambleside Online”
Miss Morissa: Doctor of the Gold Trail by Mari Sandoz Nebraska POW Camps: A History of World War II Prisoners in the Heartland by Melissa Amateis Thieves, Rascals, and Sore Losers: The Unsettling History of the Dirty Deals that Helped Settle Nebraska by Marilyn Coffey Conquering the Great American Desert by Dick Everett Febold Feboldson:Continue reading “2021 Reading Challenges”