In America, if you work hard, you can achieve a better life for yourself and your kids. Your children and grandchildren will work hard, go to school, and do even better than you. Eventually, you will reach the goal of having 2.5 children, a dog, a house, and a boat. Then you will have made … Continue reading The American Dream
Let’s explore the ancient world. We’ve chosen folk tales, myths, biographies, and documentaries from different continents, and we have maps for you to download and trace or fill in also. This month we have all sorts of information about ancient China for you! Map Study Map Study is very simple. Print off a map. Label … Continue reading Life and Times of Ancient China
In Simple Beauty for February, expect to learn something new about Michelangelo, meet Johann Sebastian Bach, learn about China, read more fables, learn the words and story of O God Our Help in Ages Past, and explore volcanos from your living room.
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 February
Welcome to the new Homeschool Oklahoma podcast! In this first episode, host Jonathan Bartlett interviews HSOK president Paul Rose on the purposes of homeschooling. We discuss the reasons why we homeschool, what makes homeschooling unique, and the differences between family-led constitutional homeschooling and virtual public schooling. Paul also shares some family adventures he has had … Continue reading Why Homeschool with Paul Rose
Map Study: Map Study is very simple. Print off a map. Label what you can from memory. Look up three-five more things and add them. Look over your labeled map for a minute or two each day, but only add to it once or twice a week. Soon you’ll know far more about the area … Continue reading Life and Times of Ancient India
In Simple Beauty for January, expect to learn something new about Albrecht Dürer, meet Arcangelo Corelli, learn about India, read more fables, learn the words and story of Of The Father’s Love Begotten, and explore the different fibers available in your home.
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 January
Here are the links to our suggestions for beautiful things for December, with a focus on beautiful words, sounds, and places that are old and beautiful and focus on early art and music as well as Ancient Israel and the delights of Advent.
The Season of Advent is a long-standing tradition in many churches throughout the world. It is a crucial part of the liturgical calendar that consists of a focused time of waiting. It’s a season of fasting and spiritual preparation, much like Lent, intentionally hopeful for the arrival of Christ. Advent begins four Sundays before Christmas. … Continue reading Celebrating Advent