Last week on Facebook 5/28/14

I totally flaked on gathering the links posted to Facebook last weekend! WOOPS! Here they are, the links I posted to the Homeschool Realm Facebook Page from May 18-24. A Perfect Method for Keeping Unschooling Records–An unschooling mom shares her way of using Evernote for record keeping. Very detailed! Even Better Bubble Dough–a neat recipe for a dough I’ve never […]

This week on Facebook 5/17/14

Had some fun finding more things to share this week! Some really cool stuff! If you’ve not yet liked HomeschoolRealm on Facebook, check it out here, and get the links as I find them! Video: Frozen’s Let it Go–A Mom Parody Found this funny video that takes the nauseatingly popular Frozen song “Let it Go”, and turns it into a mom anthem. I […]

This Week on Facebook 5/10/14

Ooooh, some super cool links this week! Check it out! Article: Teaching Writing I saw this link on a post on a Facebook group, in response to the question someone posted asking for a writing curriculum without grammar or spelling. This article is part of a series, and is about teaching writing, Charlotte Mason style, and since I’m a big […]

This week on Facebook

A bit of a slow week, but some more great links!! Looks like it was all science this week. Okeanos Explorer Live feed from an ocean explorer! Wild Kingdom It’s back! I remember loving this show as a kid! I’m so excited to see this!! 15 science experiments you can do with your kids I’ve been wanting to do the […]

This week on Facebook

Here are the links and info I shared on Facebook this past week… Hoodamath.com This site has free online math games, some of which are based on already existing popular games, like Angry Birds, but it gives them an educational twist! Here is a fun video that explains the science of “baffling balloon behavior”. And while you’re there, check out […]

i agree!

i just read this on this very interesting website: ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Would you ever consider putting your children in a public school? No. Not under any circumstances. For me, the public schools don’t even exist. I don’t mean to sound down on people who use them, but between the lack of freedom they represent, the joke they call education, and the […]