Archive for 'Curriculum'
Why Isn’t My Child Scribbling or Drawing?
Ask Kytka Archives: January 4, 2003 “My daughter is nearly three and while she has scribbled a bit in the past, shows no true interest in it. I’ve tried all types of crayons in all types [...]
Positive Attitudes and Fostering Optimism for Kids
You know when someone is positive and optimistic. Generally they are interested and interesting, adventurous, braver than others to try new things and curious about lots of things. They are usually not bored; they have so [...]
Fun Science Lessons for Homeschoolers
This treasury comes from an earlier time. A time before television, video games, shopping malls and other frivolous demands for your child’s attention. A time when young and old gathered around the family table on a [...]
Golden Beetle Books: Geneii of Language
Kytka’s Reviews: Spiritual Syllabus & Golden Beetle Books: Geneii of Language Geneii of Language (was curriculum/math stories) From the Prologue, “The miracle of words calls on the ego forces of the writer, speaker/listener, and reader – [...]
Mains, Blocks and Middle Lessons
Alan Whitehead of Spiritual Syllabus & Golden Beetle Books Speaks on Mains, Blocks and Middle Lessons QUESTION: I just recently purchase 3 of Alan Whitehead’s SSS: Genii of Lanugage & Numeria (both for class 1&2) and [...]
The Little Hobgoblin: A Halloween Story
Perfect Halloween story for my little one! Thank you!
I landed here on my quest for direction in the education of our 3-year
Having the Faith to Let Go!
I just love it. full of humour, and your reason for home schooling bei
Making a Painting Board for Wet-on-Wet Painting
This looks great, but just a thought is it easy to find Masonite wood
Five Reasons to Stop Saying "Good Job!"
I am a parent of Waldorf educated children and I found your post Inter