I have a great list of links for you all today!
First of all, I have to say the launch of Atlanta Homeschool Magazine has only added fuel to my fire that Atlanta has a vibrant homeschooling community! A family in my very own homeschool group partnered up with the magazine to help see it come to life, so I feel very excited for them! Here is the link where you can check out the premier issue for free: http://www.atlanta-homeschool.com/ .
Another wonderful mother in my homeschool group sent me this link to a gorgeous post from the Fifth Grade Botany block. There is also a list of botany resources this particular family used in order to put together their block. Check it out here: http://homeschoolingwaldorf.wordpress.com/2012/09/12/botany/
My oldest is only in fifth grade, and in that time frame of homeschooling, I have seen quite a few families come and go as far as having a homeschool experience inspired by Waldorf Education. I am thoroughly impressed with Annette, who makes Waldorf work for her, in her Christian home, with her six children. Love to you, Annette! Check out her Waldorf Wednesday Link-Ups: http://ourseasonsofjoy.com/general/waldorf-wednesday-link-up-3/
We made these coconut flour muffins; my oldest and I enjoyed them whilst my husband and middle child did not. I think they are yummy! http://mexicanwildflower.blogspot.com/2011/10/chocolate-cherry-coconut-flour-muffins.html
And, in the midst of moving houses in two weeks and teaching, I am already gathering thoughts for sixth grade next year (and third grade too!)…Here is a lovely link for sixth grade: http://pinterest.com/queenslace/6th-waldorf/
Much love, happy weekend,