Illustration: Anatomy of the Neck, Leonardo Da Vinci (1452-1519), Public Domain
We’re heading into our sixth year of homeschooling. It finally feels like we’ve sort of got this learning thing down for our own family. We’ve found a comfortable rhythm. One thing we’ve increased steadily over the last three years is the time we spend notebooking.
We’re fans of living books, and we use Tapestry of Grace and Bible Road Trip as our primary curriculum. I add: Apologia and Master Books sciences, Life of Fred Math, Greek and Latin, resources from NotebookingPages.com, and we’ll be using Master Books’ Skills for Language Arts. I also use living books for our doctrinal studies (this year we’re studying the Doctrine of God with resources I’ve assembled myself), and our studies in Christian history (using Tapestry and Cobblestone Path).
It all looks pretty eclectic, but the underlying aspects tying everything together are living books, memory work, and notebooking. This year we have a lot of time set aside for reading and writing….. Continue reading