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.

Adapting Classical Education for the Family Values: Waldorf

September 7, 2021 | Jacki Campbell

When we first put our minds together and designed our literature-based curriculum, one of our priorities was to make sure that it is flexible and adaptable to a variety of educational approaches. We want families all around the globe using our curriculum and gleaning from … Read More

Adapting Classical Education for the Family Values: Budget Friendly

August 16, 2021 | Jacki Campbell

When we first put our minds together and designed our literature-based curriculum, one of our priorities was to make sure that it is flexible and adaptable to a variety of educational approaches. We want families all around the globe using our curriculum and gleaning from … Read More

Adapting Classical Education for the Family Values: Montessori

July 26, 2021 | Jacki Campbell

When we first put our minds together and designed our literature-based curriculum, one of our priorities was to make sure that it is flexible and adaptable to a variety of educational approaches. We want families all around the globe using our curriculum and gleaning from … Read More

Adapting Classical Education for the Family Values: Eco-Friendly

July 12, 2021 | Jacki Campbell

When we first put our minds together and designed our literature-based curriculum, one of our priorities was to make sure that it is flexible and adaptable to a variety of educational approaches. We want families all around the globe using our curriculum and gleaning from … Read More

Adapting Classical Education for The Family Values: Introduction and Story Play

July 6, 2021 | Jacki Campbell

When we first put our minds together and designed our literature-based curriculum, one of our priorities was to make sure that it is flexible and adaptable to a variety of educational approaches. We want families all around the globe using our curriculum and gleaning from … Read More

Setting Up Your Homeschool Space

June 28, 2021 | Shannon McGregor

A common question I hear in all the social media groups is “Show me your homeschool space.” You can get on Pinterest and type in “homeschool room” and find a million perfectly styled homeschool rooms with well-behaved children (and well dressed for that matter), coloring … Read More

Cathy Duffy Curriculum Review Summary

May 5, 2021 | Wisdom Wonder Project

If you’ve been in the homeschooling world for any amount of time, you know that Cathy Duffy is the end-all be-all in curriculum and educational resource reviewers. Cathy Duffy has been reviewing curriculum and educational resources for the homeschooling community since 1984. Cathy’s primary goal … Read More

Teaching Character Through Literature: Resilience

May 1, 2021 | Betsi Ashby

“I can be changed by what happens to me. But I refuse to be reduced by it.” ― Maya Angelou RESILIENCE: The ability to recover strength, determination, spirit, flexibility, and good humor in the face of change, mistakes and trials. Catch phrase: The only real failure … Read More

Teaching Character Through Literature: Integrity

March 1, 2021 | Sharon Cumberland

“Knowing what’s right doesn’t mean much unless you do what’s right.” — Franklin Roosevelt INTEGRITY: Having the inner strength to be truthful and trustworthy, acting justly and honorably, and being consistent in words and actions. Catch Phrase: Tell the truth. Keep your word. This week … Read More