A Round-Up Of Blog Posts and Blogs To Enjoy

Oh, I am so enjoying this:  a “craft-a-long” blog to go with the book “The Children’s Year”:  http://wwwthechildrensyearcraftalong.blogspot.com/ 

Here is a lovely blog post by Sarah Baldwin over at Bella Luna Toys regarding rhythm in the Waldorf Kindergarten:  http://blog.bellalunatoys.com/2011/waldorf-kindergarten.html#comments

Here is a post with beautiful pictures and words of wisdom from one of my very own readers and her experience with being mentored by a Waldorf Early Years  teacher:  http://bendingbirches2010.blogspot.com/2011/04/waldorf-nursery-observations.html

This article is by Elizabeth Foss, whom many of you know from her wonderful Serendipity website and her Kind Conversation network.  Here is an article from her about ending her school day with tea-time.  I love this and plan to incorporate it into our school day:  http://charlottemason.tripod.com/tea.html

And finally, Ann Voskamp’s “10 Points of Joyful Parenting”:  http://www.aholyexperience.com/10-points-of-joyful-parenting-printable/  I am sure many of you are familiar with Ann’s bestselling book!

As for me, I have been spending my nights reading about St. Benedict and slowly starting to homeschool plan for fall.  My oldest just took her standardized test for the year (required in my state), so we have a few blocks of school and feel relieved that is out of the way.

What are you engrossed  in recently?  I would love to hear from you in the comment box!

Many blessings,

Carrie

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4 thoughts on “A Round-Up Of Blog Posts and Blogs To Enjoy

  1. We have tea every day at 4 pm. It is a treasured part of our day that follows us everywhere we go (we are expatriates). Daddy works at home and always joins us — and, actually, we started having tea at 4 pm before we had children.

    My youngest does attend school for various reasons. But she’s on a two-week Spring Break and we have been using the Little Acorn Learning stuff for April — though there are lots of tweaks since we can’t get our hands on most storybooks and it’s my eldest’s birthday next week and we are crafting for that.

  2. Suddenly there is a serious passion for baseball blossoming at my house :-) I will begin planning for first grade for my little guy and fourth grade for my big guy in a few more weeks. In the meantime, we are enjoying our new town, meeting new friends, and soaking up every bit of Spring that comes our way!

  3. Thank you so much for sharing your blog roundup — I always enjoy the posts that you share, as well as the wisdom in your own posts. You’re an inspiration!

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