March 8, 2014
Recently updated, the gigantic Math in Children's Literature page will help you find books to perfectly complement any math lesson. If I'm missing any titles, please let me know; this list has been pinned more than 182,000 times!
And if you want even more math resources, check out the love2learn2day Pinterest page, also categorized by math concept and additional subject areas. I'm amazed and humbled by the 3,200+ followers there. Thank you for joining me on this journey to making learning something we love to do every day!
February 25, 2014
Are you interested in teaching/learning more about Asia and the persecuted Christians that live there?
If so, you may just want to hop over to my blog and enter the giveaway!
This is a wonderful resource full of history, activities, and stories told by the children who live there.
Hope to see you there!
February 16, 2014
Keep everyone in your family up-to-date on upcoming events, lessons, classes, practices, vacations, etc. by using a family calendar;
Eliminate junk mail in just a few minutes with a really cool app;
Save tons of time meal-planning by consolidating your favorite recipes into one collection; and
Gain over two hours of extra time each month by using only two laundry baskets.
February 9, 2014
What do you do about grammar?
If you’re at a loss or need a change of pace, check out the FREE supplementary lessons I wrote for Patricia O’Conner’s Woe Is I, Jr: The Younger Grammarphobe’s Guide to Better English in Plain English.
Lessons are simple and intended to help kids immediately apply the concepts to their writing.
You can find the introductory lesson here.
February 1, 2014
Virtual Curiculum Fair This year we had a number of bloggers join in and share their favourite resources in each of the following areas. (Click on a graphic to read more)