Aesop for May

Fables are short stories that have a moral. Aesop, who lived in Greece from 640 to 564 BC, gathered many ancient fables into a collection to share with his community. We’ve chosen a few for you this month, and they are linked at www.hsok.org/beauty. Read some or all of them with your students and talk … Continue reading Aesop for May

Life and Times of Latin America

Let’s explore the ancient world. We’ve chosen folk tales, myths, biographies, and documentaries from a few of the many areas of Latin America, and we have maps for you to download and trace or fill in also. Map Study:  Map Study is very simple. Print a map. Label what you can from memory. Look up … Continue reading Life and Times of Latin America

Aesop for April

Fables are short stories that have a moral. Aesop, who lived in Greece from 640 to 564 BC, gathered many ancient fables into a collection to share with his community. We’ve chosen a few for you this month, and they are linked at www.hsok.org/beauty. Read some or all of them with your students and talk … Continue reading Aesop for April

Life and Times of the Arctic

Let’s explore the ancient world. We’ve chosen folk tales, myths, biographies, and documentaries from a few of the many areas of the Arctic, and we have maps for you to download and trace or fill in also. This month we have all sorts of information about the Arctic for you! Map Study:  Map Study is … Continue reading Life and Times of the Arctic

Cooking Like My Grandmother

My grandmother was famous for her food.… her bread…. her pies….her Chocolate-Mayonnaise Cake…. and her canned foods…. and her fried chicken, especially her fried chicken. Her fame spread from Ohio to Oklahoma and Texas and among all the relatives strung out in between. She wasn’t famous for fancy food. She was famous for food that … Continue reading Cooking Like My Grandmother

Choosing Curriculum with Donna Smith

Finding the right curriculum can feel overwhelming. Parents have so many questions and worries. What happens if I choose the wrong one? What happens if I leave something out? Donna Smith helps homeschooling moms think through the process of finding what’s right for their family. Who is Donna Smith? Steve and Donna Smith are Oklahoma … Continue reading Choosing Curriculum with Donna Smith

Life and Times of Africa

Let’s explore the ancient world. We’ve chosen folk tales, myths, biographies, and documentaries from a few of the many countries in Africa, and we have maps for you to download and trace or fill in also. This month we have all sorts of information about Africa for you! Map Study:  Map Study is very simple. … Continue reading Life and Times of Africa

Aesop for March

Fables are short stories that have a moral. Aesop who lived in Greece from 640-564 BC, gathered many ancient fables into a collection to share with his community. We’ve chosen a few for you this month, and they are linked at www.hsok.org/beauty. Read some or all of them with your students and talk about the … Continue reading Aesop for March

Encouragement for New Homeschoolers with Betsa Delgado

What is it like to be a new homeschool mom? Here, we sit down with homeschooling advocate and encourager Betsa Delgado to talk about how it feels for someone to start homeschooling, and why they should continue on. Who is Betsa Delgado? Jason and Betsa Delgado were high schools sweetheart and have been married since … Continue reading Encouragement for New Homeschoolers with Betsa Delgado

Encouraging Your Young Entrepreneur

You can cultivate an environment that encourages your young entrepreneur, creating an atmosphere of growth. I am the mom of a talented eighteen-year-old baker growing her business, and baking is her passion. I didn’t always think about cultivating an entrepreneurial environment; I had to learn this. I had to recognize God’s grand design to grasp … Continue reading Encouraging Your Young Entrepreneur