Little by little, one travels far.

OLD SPANISH PROVERB

It is rarely by leaps and bounds that we will accomplish much, but more often in the everyday, moment after moment. Inspired by the old Spanish Proverb, this blog is a space to encourage your journey in parenting, teaching, and making the most of your child(ren)'s education. Find resources, inspiration, and support here to stay present and engaged.

Reasons Why We Love These 6 Educational Resources and Parenting Books

February 28, 2022 | Shannon McGregor

There are so many ideas, philosophies, and resources when it comes to homeschooling and parenting. Honestly, it can be overwhelming. So, that’s where I come in. I’m going to break down my favorite homeschool resources and share some of my favorite parenting and homeschool books, … Read More

Singapore Math Book Comparison Tool

February 10, 2022 | Wisdom Wonder Project

While we follow the Singapore Math Primary Standards textbooks for our videos, they’re still applicable across all Singapore Math textbooks. Here is a tool for matching up your book edition with our books and videos. Scroll to go through Kindergarten, First Grade, and Second Grade … Read More

Meet our Contributors

January 27, 2022 | Wisdom Wonder Project

Interested in meeting the educators behind the Wisdom Wonder Project curriculum? Keep scrolling to learn a bit about our team. Singapore Math Video Teachers Amy Houser (Kindergarten and First Grade) If she’s not exploring the oceanfront and observing what the tide brings in, Amy is … Read More

Getting Started on Your Homeschool Journey

January 6, 2022 | Jessica Ray

It may seem overwhelming when you are exploring all of the curriculum options, local groups, styles and philosophies, not to mention staying on top of the ever-changing state laws, but we’re here for you.   We like to look at homeschooling like a hike: You … Read More

Character Counts: Stewardship

January 1, 2022 | Amanda Ainsworth

When we think about stewardship, some of us usually think about managing money, and though it’s certainly a good idea to teach kids how to make wise financial choices, perhaps you could broaden the conversation to other areas of stewardship. Even young children can understand … Read More