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Winner Selected! Win a Complete Homeschool Curriculum from Oak Meadow!! - Page 6post #102 of 5105/14/13 at 9:41ampost #103 of 5105/14/13 at 9:41am
I love the idea of creating a peaceful spot. We are working on our yard to create a garden and relaxation area. My children would love a pool, but that is way too much stress for me! The garden is great b/c we are learning about plants and how they grow and what best to grow them in. It gives them a purpose.post #104 of 5105/14/13 at 9:44ampost #105 of 5105/14/13 at 9:54ampost #106 of 5105/14/13 at 9:57ampost #107 of 5105/14/13 at 9:57ampost #108 of 5105/14/13 at 10:20ampost #109 of 5105/14/13 at 10:21ampost #110 of 5105/14/13 at 10:34ampost #111 of 5105/14/13 at 10:35ampost #112 of 5105/14/13 at 10:38am
Patch and repair items, and donate those items we no longer need. Donating helps declutter our home but also seems to declutter our minds as well! :)
We love our gardens, both the veggie gardens and our flower gardens that are butterfly and hummingbird friendly. I'm love to share my time and help others, but I really need to get better at asking for help from others. I also need to dedicate more time to mindful meditating, I know what a difference it makes in my life, but I need to make it priority.
Thanks for this wonderful giveaway!post #113 of 5105/14/13 at 10:40ampost #114 of 5105/14/13 at 11:18ampost #115 of 5105/14/13 at 11:26ampost #116 of 5105/14/13 at 11:32ampost #117 of 5105/14/13 at 11:35amQuote:I just shared tip and am really excited to learn more about their curriculumOriginally Posted by Melanie Mayo
have teamed up again to bring you an incredible giveaway and the brand new (and free!) issue of Oak Meadow's online magazine: Living Education, dedicated to Sustainable Living and Learning. See the bottom of this post for your free issue!
Win a complete homeschool curriculum package for one PreK-8 grade of your choice (value: $120-$420).
Winner of our community selected Best of Mothering award for Homeschooling, Oak Meadow’s uniquely creative curriculum includes assignments that ask children to read, write, and think, and also to paint, draw, play music, write poetry, and build things, encouraging balanced and healthy development.
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Do you practice sustainability as a family?
Are you teaching your child that it’s important to look out, not just for ourselves, but for the wellbeing of others, the Earth, and future generations?
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Happy reading!post #118 of 5105/14/13 at 11:36ampost #119 of 5105/14/13 at 12:22pmpost #120 of 5105/14/13 at 12:23pm
I think what spoke to me most from this article is the section on Simple, Sustainable Learning. We have just made the decision to homeschool our 3 children beginning in the fall. Many of the suggestions are the exact reasons we desire a different learning environment for our family. I am looking forward to exploring and wandering together. I can't wait to drop time limits and let learning happen at its own pace. I also like some of the suggestions in the Relationship section--greet your neighbors by name and share resources. As we begin this new homeschooling adventure, we are going to need all the support we can get from neighbors and others. What better way to learn than from our very own neighborhood!
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