Sr. Mary Kathleen Glavitch, SND has pulled together an assortment of craft ideas that can be used to help teach our Catholic faith but can easily be adapted for other subjects as well.
Posted in Art, Book Reviews, Religion, Resources Quick Art and Craft Ideas to Help Teach the Faith Published Date: July 29, 2021 While the internet is full of art projects for children, it can be convenient to simply pull a book off the shelf when you are looking for a quick craft idea or someth...
"One by one, I got rid of the things that weren’t working for us until we got to a stage where we were all learning and thriving and happy. Life felt peaceful. Although I didn’t realise it at the time, we’d become unschoolers."
For the past year and a half or so, I’ve been writing unschooling challenges for our Stories of an Unschooling Family community. Each challenge is designed to stimulate thought and discussion about a particular aspect of unschooling. Hopefully, the challenges help turn unschooling principles into ...
"Careful study of nature can also spark a child’s wonder at God’s creation. Summer is in full swing. It is the perfect time to grab a glass jar and catch a grasshopper that might be hiding in a meadow. Prepare to be surprised at lessons it might share."
Kathryn Swegart explores how children can benefit from informal and fun outdoor nature study.
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