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Our homeschooling continues through the hot summer sun for July kindergarten 1, learning about topics like blueberries, bees, and more.
Lesson 10 of the 50 small acrylic paintings challenge is mixing tints and shades.
Exploring monthly sensory bins is a fun way to help young children develop their senses and imagination.
Learning at home happens year round as we continue homeschooling summer kindergarten 1 through the hot summer months, too.
The learning doesn't stop for June kindergarten 1 as we study more about the animals in our region.
Study the geometry of traditional quilt blocks through coloring, pattern block play, or by using stickers.
Learn the process for raising silkworms and growing your own silk fiber through sericulture.
Find the correct size knitting needles for your yarn and the knitting stitches will slide smoothly.
Prepare delicious, fully-cooked food without electricity and learn from our experiments with a solar oven and solar cooking on our urban homestead.
We're still growing strong through May kindergarten 1, learning about trees and the animals who live in them.
Learn about the unique properties of sheep wool fiber and how to process it from a raw fleece into needlefelting or spinning yarn.
Read crochet patterns correctly to understand the gauge, yarn, and hook size, and you'll know how to crochet projects successfully!
Follow our homeschooling adventures for April kindergarten 1 as we meet Mother Nature in our stories and learn about how plants grow.
Savor the taste of gluten free chocolate chip cookies that melt in your mouth and don't hurt your belly. These are soy free, diary free, and caffeine free when you make them with homemade carob chips.
Learn how to crochet with some basic instructions on how to use crochet stitches, yarns, and patterns.