I've moved the post on UK home educating resources onto a separate page and have added to it. Do feel free to add resources in the comments and I will add them to the page.
Last week, I wrote about when science goes wrong. These are the rather sad flowers after a couple of days. The second on the left is especially wilted. I've updated the post to explain why.
Sometime ago, I brought God's special tent by Jean Stapleton. I've been meaning to write about this book which explains the tabernacle used by Israel in the wilderness, ever since but haven't, mainly because I hadn't used the instructions in the book to make a model. Now, Danika Cooley has written about this book and with photographs of the models that her children made. Do have a look at her review. I would agree that this book is a delightfully helpful resource.
Moneysaving Mom is blogging through April about a 30-day house cleaning challenge. It might be what I need but there aren't going to be before and after pictures here-I'm not that brave. As of day 1, I have kept up!
Just for fun, try this quiz about children's learning styles.
A group of five bloggers from various parts of the globe are putting up weekly posts about different aspects of home education called Homeschool help for beginners. Chareen has posted about her four favourite home education books. Hwee has written about daily schedule or lack thereof. This series is well worth a read.
From a very chilly England! Well, the snow has melted here but we had a few flurries, again, over the weekend.