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Through the Schoolhouse Crew Review Team I was introduced to Maestro Classics and given the opportunity to review a physical CD copy of Peter and the Wolf! This offering has given us a fun and informative way to teach and learn along with our family about this classic Russian Folk story and about everything and everyone that played a part in making it come to life through music!
It’s been quite a long time and there’s not a peep out of me over here on my blog. Guilty as charged! The Autumn season seems to be slipping away from me this year but it’s not over yet! The wretched all day sickness that happens to some women during their pregnancy once again has been roaring it’s ugly head in my own body. I’ve just cleared the first trimester of pregnancy and feel as if I am still taking baby steps into my second. I’m not completely 100% full of energy, wellness, and freedom from feeling fatigued or sick to stomach just yet. The sick feeling comes and goes from day to day. I tend to feel worse when I over do it (it doesn’t take a whole lot to put me there either). Overdoing it puts me in bed almost all day and often leaves me with a migraine that in turn makes me toss my cookies. Yeah, that’s pretty much been life since September for me.
I feel strongly that when learning something new that it should be approached in several different ways. Everyone learns and retains information differently. Where some will remember everything read straight from a book, other learns better but taking what is taught and re-creating it with art, cooking, song, or in some other medium. My children both learn in different ways but topics and approaches that seems to be remembered the most by both of them are the hands-on-activities like cutting, pasting, drawing, and certainly cooking.
I was introduced Ann McCallum Books through the Schoolhouse Review Crew Team. These books give teachers and homeschool families the chance to take a current subject or topic being studied further in a fun, unique, and hands on way. I was sent the Eat Your U.S. History Homework book which has tied in pretty perfectly to the Pilgrim and Colonial History studies my son and daughter have delved into this school season! Not only are my children learning history, they are given the opportunity to cook foods from many different recipes from settlers and important groups of people through out American History!
Life has the tendency to change up on you when you’ve made other plans. I know this quite well because recently I unexpectedly became pregnant with out third child. We weren’t exactly planning for another baby and in fact made the decision that we were done for numerous reasons. This decision was decided upon this year and I in turn purged the house of all baby things. You can imagine our surprise. Our home-school year for my two children ages 7 and 4 was planned out and sorta set in stone and the schedule was running smoothly. Well, all that changed as I’ve been fatigued, sick, and nauseated for a few weeks and have had to be creative in straying away from intended lesson plans, field trips, and intended goal completion dates. God’s plan for our life and our homeschooling has been something completely different so we are rolling with it.