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Homeschooling to give our children roots to ground them and wings to help them fly

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The Angelicscalliwags Homeschool: Quiet Time

[...] , I did exactly as I had with the older three and transitioned smoothly into quiet time.  The older ones already had quiet time after lunch so A was effectively doing a grown up thing in her eyes.   [...]

Continent Study: Antarctica – Resources

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Precious Moments: Week Five – Schooling

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Precious Memories Week Three

[...] week next week during our morning meeting time. Quiet time has led to much reading by the older ones of all their Tudor reading books, as well as some wonderful (but quiet) imaginative play by the [...]

Incorporating Unschooling into a Project Based School

[...] and I will still expect good attitudes from them during both their school week and their unschooling week.  The unschooling week will only be different in terms of school.  I hope it will be an [...]

The Children’s Thoughts on our Unschooling Week

[...] whom I would imagine unschooling to work for. Funnily enough the two of us dealt with the unschooling week in much the same way.  We both had plans of things we wanted to achieve, but with so much [...]

Precious Memories

[...] the next morning. And it was due to the aforementioned diatribe that I decided on an unschooling week.  I needed a holiday.  That said we had a lot which needed to be done, y’know chore- [...]

Thoughts on our Unschooling Week

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Mr Men Christmas Party

[...] , and then the roof: The little girls were thrilled.  At last they could decorate.  The older girls were not so thrilled.  They had a derelict church to decorate and could only do so [...]

One Year Garden Nature Study: Introduction

[...] went on…. Whilst all this was going on the girls quietly got on with their work (okay, so the older girls were neither quiet nor working particularly hard.  They were laughing hard at the antics of [...]

Precious Memories: Week 4 – Unschooling

[...]  Who knew?  They are kind of cool though and even I felt my toes tapping along to them: My older girls have spent a lot of time in the kitchen this week which has been lovely.  We have had a [...]

Precious Moments – Unschooling

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Mr Men School: Building Reading Comprehension

[...] comprehension skills are lacking. I did not need to teach comprehension skills to my older children.  Reading was second nature to them, almost from the start.  They immersed themselves [...]

Mr Men School: Encouraging a Love of Reading

[...] a specific and special time, with snuggles on laps and hopefully no interruptions. The older children also love to read aloud to their younger siblings and this is something we encourage.   [...]

Angelicscalliwags Christmas Traditions # 5: Decking the Halls

[...] a joy.  What with the cancer and a baby who wouldn’t stop crying day and night, Gary, the older children and I were exhausted.  Last year I remember having got out all the decorations into the [...]

Yearly Wrap Up 2014

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Native American Picture Books: Ojibwe Nation

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Reflecting on our Term

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Native American Unit Study: Ojibwe Nation

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Native American Unit Week 4- The Birchbark House: Zeegwun (Spring)

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Angelicscalliwags Christmas Traditions # 6: Apple Sauce and Cinnamon Decorations

Donna asked if I would post the recipe for these, so here it, especially for you, Donna!  It is a recipe from the book ‘The Adventure of Christmas [...]

Angelicscalliwags Christmas Traditions: Christmas Eve

I do realise I’m posting this after Christmas, but I wanted to include it in my tradition series, without having to wait a whole year to do so. Thi [...]

Angelicscalliwags Christmas Traditions # 3: A Christmas Decoration

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Angelicscalliwags Christmas Traditions # 2: Country Living Magazine

For as long back as I can remember I have craved to live in the countryside, in an old house with wooden beams and lots of history to go with it.  Ev [...]

Seasons of Joy: The Very Best Valentine….Ever!

[...] !  A happy girl indeed.  I do love my family! Tonight Granny is very kindly babysitting whilst Gary and I pop out to the same restaurant (yes, Gary will be really well fed today!), so there [...]

One Year Garden Nature Study: Introduction

[...] her daddy: There was much to be impressed by – look at how rich it is right at the bottom: Whilst Gary sorted out the compost L was given the litter picker to do a bit more rubbish collection, T [...]

Angelicscalliwags Christmas Traditions # 5: Decking the Halls

[...] we were all in the Christmas spirit and that some of the fun of the previous years returned.  Whilst Gary and the other children were collecting T11 from his Saturday physics lesson I got to work, [...]

Ojibwe Calender

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Picture Study: Ojibwe Gathering of the Clans

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Native American Unit Study: Ojibwe Nation

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The Children’s Thoughts on our Unschooling Week

[...]  I say young because she would be significantly younger in her outlook on life than her older siblings.  She still thoroughly enjoys make believe play and using her imagination.  She is [...]

Mr Men School: Building Reading Comprehension

[...] the journey I have started to help my little girl enjoy reading to the same extent as her older siblings. [...]

Mr Men School: Encouraging a Love of Reading

[...] thought she would be a doddle to teach.  I couldn’t have been more wrong. Her three older siblings took to reading like a duck to water, and to this day read every spare moment.  A6, [...]

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The Angelicscalliwags Homeschool: Quiet Time

[...] , I did exactly as I had with the older three and transitioned smoothly into quiet time.  The older ones already had quiet time after lunch so A was effectively doing a grown up thing in her eyes.   [...]

Continent Study: Antarctica – Resources

[...] and learnt lots of new things, I thought the older ones would probably gain something from reading them also.  The left set are a few picture books, [...]

Precious Moments: Week Five – Schooling

[...] in addition to working our way through chapter two of Who is God? Apologia curriculum.  The older ones completed three more lessons of Cover Story, their writing curriculum, and during their one [...]

Precious Memories Week Three

[...] week next week during our morning meeting time. Quiet time has led to much reading by the older ones of all their Tudor reading books, as well as some wonderful (but quiet) imaginative play by the [...]

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