Today’s video is an exploration of old world Philadelphia and some of my thoughts on the reset.
Since my Life of Fred review from a few years back has been gaining some traction, I thought I’d make a follow-up video about why we are no longer using this curriculum.
In my last QtN video, I mentioned how the architects of our historical narrative like to repeat similar events throughout our timeline. In today’s video, I provided what I believe to be fantastic evidence of this. It’s time to delve into crystal palaces.
It’s been a while since I added a new video to my Homeschool FAQs series, so I thought I was about due. People often ask me if they can (or even should) pull their kids from school mid-year in order to homeschool. Here’s my two cents.
I became interested in looking into Ellis Island because of the Old World architecture, but what I found out about the history of Ellis Island itself was VERY interesting, to say the least.
It can be so easy for us large family #homeschool parents to focus on learning together as a family that we lose sight of the benefits of one-on-one learning, as well.
We just had our homeschool evaluations yesterday, so now I’m ready to start thinking about next year (okay…next MONTH). I decided to change up my homeschool planner this year from the generic composition book I usually use to something more interesting – a homeschool planning notebook. While I was ordering the notebook, I saw these cute timeline notebooks recommended, and the rest is history!
I wanted to do something different for this week’s QtN video. I’ve already done three videos on giants and wanted to address the opposite end of the spectrum – little creatures – because, yes. There are stories of them all over the world, too.
It’s June, which means it’s the perfect time for some lighter learning. Unit studies are a great way to accomplish that, and they’re so easy to just pull together on the fly.
People often ask how there could have been a hidden civilization here in America if there are no records of people finding ruins. If you’ve wondered the same, this video might be very interesting for you.