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IEW’s Winter Retreat 2017

I’ve been busy, busy trying to hem up the last of the planner design for Mrs. Thistle’s Almanac (you can grab a free mini holiday planner here if you’d like).  I feel like it’s always “just one more thing” before I finish. But then the “one more thing” grows into some huge thing while I…

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The Great Big List of Medieval Books

We’ve just begun our summer intensive session of school for grades 1.5 and 4.5 and I thought I’d share the resources I’ve collected for our journey through the Middle Ages. I’ll share more in another post on our complete plans for the summer but I wanted to go ahead and share my Medieval library with you in…

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Planning for the 2016-2017 school year

Official plan: SURVIVE. We’re entering our 5th year of homeschooling this year. That’s crazy to think about on so many levels. I never dreamed we would be a homeschooling family. But here we are 5 years in, loving it, and still going strong. When planning for the new school year rolls around I usually get…

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IEW: Primary Arts of Language

We’ll be entering our 5th year of homeschooling this September and I’ve been through a lot of products over the years. Blogging has afforded me many opportunities for exploring various curricula. I love to try out new products and methods. But there have been a few products that have blown me away and I can’t imagine growing out…

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