Parents, if you’re planning on sending your kids back to school in the middle of this “pandemic,” please think long and hard before subjecting your kids to the “new school normal.”
We’ve always been told that there is no land at the North Pole; however, 16th century maps and the diary entries of explorers tell us that may not be the case. To top it all off, there is an interesting North Pole-related anomaly on Google Earth. Could they be hiding land? Maybe. Maybe not. But it sure is fun researching, anyway.
Let’s face it. There are a lot of questions we have facing this #pandemic. One of those questions is an interesting anomaly that occurs when searching new cases. What does it mean? I have no idea, but like I’ve been telling you, we need to question EVERYTHING.
A word of advice for all the new homeschool moms excitedly planning out their upcoming year – don’t give up on homeschooling because of your curriculum.
Today I posted the second part of my Question Everything videos. If you think the complete rewriting of history is new, think again.
I’d like you to meet Tartaria.
Lately I’ve been posting a lot about the importance of questioning everything, and I mean EVERYTHING. The fact is, there are even topics that make those who are awake uncomfortable.
That’s what this video is about. We’ve got to overcome the idea that some things are taboo to question. Some of the things I talk about in this video will likely make people uncomfortable, but that’s the point. You will never prevail over your conditioning if you never face it.
Considering my aversion to making our home look like a classroom, people often ask how I approach testing my kids. Easy! I don’t.
Other than the required standardized tests my kids HAVE to take, my kids do not take tests. In my opinion, there are much better ways to assess learning than the “memorize now, forget later” effect of tests.
Since some states require homeschool documentation (including work samples), depending on your homeschooling method, it can sometimes be tricky figuring out what to use.
We’re living in a time when our very words are policed. “Speaking your mind” carries consequences (as is proven by the fact that YouTube demonetized this video ). Political correctness is none other than the “newspeak” spoken of in George Orwell’s 1984. If you ask me, anything that is aligned with the word “political” can’t be a good thing.
Think about it.
All right! You asked, I answered. Today on my YouTube channel, I shared my 30 favorite books in my home library. A word of warning: if you’re looking for the typical homeschool mom book selections, you won’t find many of those here.