To help Canadian homeschooling families connect with each other and also with companies and resources that will help them on their learning journey. I want them to find curriculum, materials, and resources that are relevant to them, their experiences, and their history. However, this is not exclusive to anyone who could use and appreciate the resources I share and create – I’m excited to see teachers, parents, and others find what they need.
Once upon a time, you would do research by looking things up in a set of encyclopedia. Back in 1983, The Canadian Encyclopedia was released – a unique collection of information about our country. Today, this resource has been moved online and is available for everyone. The website has more than 20,000 articles that cover just about any topic […]
French is a hard subject to find the perfect curriculum for. There are a lot of options available, but not all of them are the best or offer fully rounded learning. Personally, I’ve been impressed by French Essentials. Created by a Francophone family based out of Quebec, this program offers a computer-based learning experience that […]
French has got to be one of the most difficult subjects to incorporate into homeschooling. Math, language arts, and science curriculum options seem endless, but with French, there isn’t as much out there. So, what’s a homeschooler to do? First, figure out your goal. Do you want your kids to be fully bilingual when they […]