Monthly Archives: April 2014

A Different Kind of Easter Lesson, or What I Don’t Want to Teach My Child

On Saturday Harmony and I went to a local park after hearing that there would be an Easter egg hunt. She’d had a little practice already picking up a few Easter eggs, so I figured that with her cute basket … Continue reading

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The Number One (Very Personal) Reason I Am Home-Schooling My Daughter

There’s a good reason I chose the job I have now. My youngest students are usually around five or six years old, and the good ones stick around through high-school. The average age of my students right now is probably … Continue reading

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New Facebook Page!

I’m finally stepping out of my comfort zone to do something new with this blog: I created a Facebook page! If you ‘like’ the page, then you’ll get frequent updates, as well as links and quotes that will only be … Continue reading

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Sharing Some Link Love!

Here is a selection of articles that I’ve found about children and education on my excursions around the web lately. Feel free to let me know what you think in the comment section, whether you agree or disagree with what … Continue reading

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The Story of David, Who Knew He Wasn’t Luke

David was putting all his energy and heart into the piece he was playing. I sat on the edge of my chair, thrilled to see the great improvement he had made this week. This particular piece was quite difficult, one … Continue reading

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