Image by Mohammed Salem from Pixabay On March 19th, I got a call, out of the blue, from a friend with whom I had not chatted for almost 3 years. She had been thinking about me and wanted to see how I was doing. Well, she called at one of the times when I was… Continue reading 7 Times. 4 Months. 7 Rooms. And Now… Rest.
History for many children and teenagers is considered, at the very least, a dull enterprise. At the most, it is the stuff of nightmares to teach and listen to. It is also one of the more forgotten courses to teach. A busy homeschooling mother may be inclined to just teach math, English, and science. Afterall… Continue reading What’s useful about studying history?