Summer Reading Program at the Library

Happy summer break everyone! If you don't get a "break", happy summer just the same! Some of you may already know that I'm kinda obsessed with children's literature. Books are a huge part of our homeschool. Right now, I have 2 Costco bins of books in bay 2A, an amazon box of books on the … Continue reading Summer Reading Program at the Library

Idaho Tall Tale

Rain, lightning, thunder! The storm came out of nowhere. One minute the kiddos were happily drawing with sidewalk chalk in the warm, yellow sunshine. The next minute, the wind was blowing fiercely and black clouds were looming in the northwestern sky. I managed to get the kiddos, all their toys, and the awning in before … Continue reading Idaho Tall Tale

Roadschooling: Homeschool on the Road in Our RV

Today, I'm excited to tell you about some of the curricula we are using for our homeschool turned RV-school. I'm not being paid or compensated for these recommendations. I just want to share what seems to be working well for us, in case you want to check it out. *If you aren't homeschooling I hope … Continue reading Roadschooling: Homeschool on the Road in Our RV

How you doin’? – After 4 Months of RV Living

My friend, H.M. from NC wondered how we are adjusting to our current living situation? What a great idea for a post. Thank you so much for asking! This is not an easy question to answer. It's gonna be a long post with 4 sections: Things That Have Helped Us Adjust, Things That Are Difficult, … Continue reading How you doin’? – After 4 Months of RV Living

FIAR – Owl Moon

While we were reading "Owl Moon" by Jane Yolen, illustrated by John Schoenherr this week we found these supplemental books that we loved from the library: "Good-Night Owl!" by Pat Hutchins -- beautifully unique illustrations with rich detail with simple repetitive words listing other birds and the sounds they make to keep the owl awake all … Continue reading FIAR – Owl Moon

Finding Books for Kids at the Library

Our local library has this genius system that I am completely in love with.  I get online, go the the library website, hit the card catalog button, and type something into the "keyword" bar, hit search, then refine my search to the "Juvenile" location. I "place a hold" on all the books that look interesting.  … Continue reading Finding Books for Kids at the Library