Language Arts

Teaching Language Arts

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” So much wisdom from good ole Dr. Seuss. As homeschoolers, reading is the most foundational and important skill that we will teach our children; however, we must think beyond […]

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Words as Friends

When our children are small, we wait in anticipation for their first words. We derive such joy in helping them shape circles and lines into letters and numbers. But somewhere along the way, we decide it’s time to get serious. We exchange our delight with their development for rules and […]

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Growing into Grammar

Who can resist the adorable babbling of a one-year-old child? We all know children learn speech through hearing it spoken around them. They hear it from the womb. I’ve seen a newborn turn her head to the voice of her older brother. She had heard his voice daily as he […]

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