Category: Education Philosophy

In Common – June 8th 2019

June is here already! I think I am making good progress with my 2019 reading goals, though maybe not with my actual reading plan. I keep adding new books to my original 2019 reading list and reshuffling my TBR shelf.  For my slow reads,… Continue Reading “In Common – June 8th 2019”

Review: Out Of School And Into Nature: The Anna Comstock Story

One book that is a staple in many homeschoolers’ personal libraries is Anna Botsford Comstock’s Handbook of Nature Study. Comstock’s Handbook deserves its own review but today I wanted to share a picture book we have thoroughly enjoyed here. Out of School and Into… Continue Reading “Review: Out Of School And Into Nature: The Anna Comstock Story”

Review: A Handbook to Morning Time

I have struggled over the years to establish a morning routine in our homeschool that I am happy with. What I envision – the children and I enjoying time spent together with good books, doesn’t always happen. While we have had periods where we… Continue Reading “Review: A Handbook to Morning Time”

Proverbs 1 and the Pursuit of Knowledge

On the card table that is serving as my desk while we are between houses, I have a stack of books that I am reading, along with my journal, my bible and bible study binder. In the corner is a small bookshelf with books… Continue Reading “Proverbs 1 and the Pursuit of Knowledge”

Writing in Books

I am currently reading Turn the Page: Read Right to Lead Right. This is a quick read, and contains some excellent suggestions on getting more out of your reading experience. One of the thing leadership education promotes is writing in your books. This helps… Continue Reading “Writing in Books”