Today I sent this letter to the editorial board of Harvard Magazine. Dear Harvard Magazine, Thinking people take objection to the implications in your article, The Risks of Homeschooling. Harvard has been considered the epitome of prestigious and elite higher education until the past ... Read More about A Homeschooler’s Response to Harvard’s Unresearched Anti-Homeschool Article
We wrote this Cold War parody song as a project for our history class. We had a blast writing it, and as such, we hope you thoroughly enjoy it! GIT is an acronym for Greece, Turkey and Iran. It helps you remember which countries were provided aid through the Marshall Plan. Other events we ... Read More about The Communists Who Didn’t Do Anything – A Cold War Parody Song of The Pirates Who Don’t Do Anything
This project makes a great craft for a book club meeting or a birthday party. It is in the perfect spot on the difficulty meter. As a result, older kids will enjoy making them and be able to talk to each other while they are doing it and grade schoolers can complete the craft and still have fun! ... Read More about Fun and Easy Book Bag
I hope this little poem I wrote brings a smile to your face. It kind of just exploded from my head as I was sitting in our dining room one evening, so I wrote it down. Please enjoy! We're in quarantine, an introvert's dream,We only go out, to supply basic needs, If we do not say hello, it is not ... Read More about Quarantine Poem – An Introvert’s Dream
Welcome to my second book review! Today I'm going to be reviewing one of my favorite trilogies - The Lord of the Rings. The reading range for yesterday's book was good for anyone. Today's is good for older middle schoolers and up, unless your child has a high reading level. I think I first read ... Read More about Lord of the Rings Book Review!