Celebrating Samhain – Multicultural Kids Blog

A few days ago I was lucky to guest post on Multicultural Kid Blog, a great site dedicated to raising world citizens, through arts, activities, crafts, food, language, and love. I shared the story about our Samhain celebration. Here’s a snippet of the article: Did you know that Halloween has its roots in the ancient Celtic festival […]

Imbolc: the first of the springtime festivals

Imbolc/Candlemas: February 2nd – The first of the springtime festivals, Imbolc is a festival of light and a celebration to welcome the first stirrings of spring and the lengthening of days. It is a cross quarter day halfway between the winter solstice and the spring equinox. The word Imbolc (pronounced im’-olk) is a Gaelic word […]

Pinterest, a great source for our creativity boxes

I love Pinterest. If you like to look us up, here is our Arts & Crafts pinboard and here is our Homeschooling pinboard. I started making creativity boxes for Maximan. Every morning when he comes downstairs there is his box. For him it is always a suprise what I’ve come up with for him. Last […]

About Home Education

Being able to give your child the gift of your time and attention, is a true gift. It is great to have the opportunity to teach them to have respect for all living creatures, to have respect for all things in life in a way that feels right. When our children were born we made […]

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