St. John Bosco: The Juggling Saint by Maria Riley is the third in the Adventures with the Saints series of books about three young children who have the ability to time travel (think Magic Treehouse books or The Chime Travelers series) and meet important saints.
Come and enjoy the REFRESH! 2024 Online Conference on Friday, February 9th, for an afternoon of online collaboration – where you can learn from wonderful speakers, recharge your homeschooling batteries, and interact with parents attending from all over the world.
Chad Stewart, former Disney animator and veteran home school Dad, offers a 12-week LIVE – online Animation Course for ages 11-18. He also teaches 2 online Drawing Classes as well for both elementary and upper grade level students.
The Charlotte Mason Educational Collaborative is great for families searching for a traditional Charlotte Mason education. While not officially Catholic, many of those who run it are Catholic and it is very compatible with Catholic education.
Each chapter is a case study that shares a brief explanation of the mystery, as well as fun facts, additional information, and related scientific research.
When raising/educating neurodiverse children (autistic, ADHD, OCD, PDA, etc.), it can be a challenge to figure out how best to educate them so that they can succeed at school and in life. In A Different Way to Learn: Neurodiversity and Self-Directed Education, Naomi Fisher, a clinical psychologist with a Ph.D. in developmental cognitive psychology, offers some ways to approach the challenge.