Lately, I have been preparing for an upcoming visit with my sister. I have three sisters, so they probably get frequent mention on my posts. I also have a brother who recently visited. Only one of my sisters lives close to me, but we are all close in heart. Sisters are such a blessing!
On our read-aloud list for homeschool was Dr. Seuss's Green Eggs and Ham. We have read that, of course, many times before, so to add an element of fun, I made green scrambled eggs. We don't eat ham, so I served it with smoked turkey lunchmeat. It was well received, especially by my little one, who loves eggs made every way! My older daughter is in her first year of homeschool, and we are using Memoria Press Curriculum, which you can view here: Memoria Press. We are 11 weeks into the lesson plans, and I am so pleased with it! This is my first year to homeschool, and I wanted an easy to follow, challenging, and yet not boring, curriculum. I am so glad I found their package! My daughter is now reading many CVC words, counting to 100, learning her addition facts, memorizing scriptures, hearing lovely music, and seeing beautiful artwork.
If you homeschool, what do you use for homeschool curriculum?