We recently asked several Catholic Mom contributors to review The American Catholic Almanac from a homeschooling perspective. Here’s what they had to say.
Kelly the Kitchen Kop shares how she is struggling with time management during a typical homeschooling day: how to fit it all in and meet the needs of her kids.
The Bully Barn: A Lesson For Bullies, Bystanders and Victims by Robert Gioia portrays an interesting way of solving a bullying problem through farm animal friends.
Meet Megan Sweas, author of Putting Education to Work: How Cristo Rey High Schools Are Transforming Urban Education, and learn what makes these schools such a huge success.
In this long overdue issue of Where I Spent My Time Online, Allison Gingras shares web-based resources for taking advantage of any downtime this summer to study the Catholic faith.
For centuries, parents, educators and faith teachers recognized the absolute necessity for memorization even when printed words were available. Though it’s not a common practice now, Judith Costello has tips for using it effectively with your family or class.