I have a burning question for you:
What curriculum, books, resources, models etc. have you come across in your homeschooling experience that really, deeply inspired you? Like, you got butterflies in your stomach when you read it and couldn't wait to get with your kids and share the magic?
I'm kind of just picking & choosing as we go along here; making up creative learning dramas when I don't have something better and using published stuff when it looks good. My girls are 4 1/2 and 7, and we're all big into arts, nature, history, and muticultural studies. Could use inspiring suggestions for all of that in general, and also creative math, science, writing. And maybe conflict resolution?
We found Enki and I like a lot of it-- we use it on and off. Some fabulous seasonal stories and poetry and songs, for anyone who hasn't seen it. However, it's not everything.
What makes you and your kids excited to learn?
thanks for sharing any wisdom that occurs to you.