“Play is the highest form of research.” ~ Albert Einstein The word Lego® conjures up many favorable thoughts for parents
By Kyndra Steinmann It’s been a hectic spring around here. I’m exhausted just remembering–and it wreaked havoc with our homeschool schedule and our
by Kyndra Steinmann When I was a girl, the homeschool group in Williamsburg/James City County and Charles City Counties in
by Lynna Sutherland Most homeschool moms love the idea of playing board games. Family game nights are a great idea
by Sharon Jeffus When we think of art for preschool and early elementary, we need to think of fun and
Q. Where can I find information about what my child should be learning at his grade level? I’m concerned that
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