Homeschooling in Pictures | January

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A few years ago, I began this project as a snapshot of days at home, a birds-eye view of our month of learning without parameters or expectations or lengthy passages to accompany them. They are simply a glimpse, another net for catching the days here. I know more than ever that it is the ordinary moments, the bits that feel monotonous or even difficult, “normal” and ordinary that I will look back on and see as being the most miraculous. This year, I have hired my talented sister Kristen to come on a random day in the month and take notice of what she sees, with a few personal notes of things I want to remember. Currently, Mark is homeschooling here two days a week while I work to develop my own business, and I’m grateful to feature him more this month since he’s essential to how our home keeps afloat. All to say, enjoy these snippets!


experimental baking, always

mock trial studies

mid-day skateboarding + shorts weather

character sketches

discussions on the New Testament writings of James

her own handmade pottery collection

badminton + a tiny winter garden

math lessons in the sunshine

piano practice

words of joy

first readings of Plato

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