This is easily the most boring post I have ever written.  Sorry.
November 08, 2011

This photograph was intended to accompany a home-schooling review post when Charlotte and I wrapped up our unit study on pumpkins and witches, but it turns out I’m much MUCH more computer illiterate than I like to think.

I wrote the summary-of-how-things-went and if you’re interested, you’re more than welcome to check it out (just click on the PDF in the middle of the page).  All I ask is that you take the time to comment or e-mail suggestions if you do.  The PDF took me a ridiculous amount of time to put together and I am not very satisfied with the results.

In my ideal world, the PDF would be something that people could download after each unit with more information about how to implement the unit (lyrics, stories, recipes, etc.) since that seems to be what most people are interested in.  It would also be easy to navigate, have plenty of photographs, not be a file so large that it takes twelve years to download, and include a discussion of what worked and didn’t work for Charlotte and our family.

So.  Advice?  Harsh criticism?  Words of praise because I am a being of splendor and light?  Anything?  Please?

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  1. By Sam on November 08, 2011

    Hi Sarah! What about a free virtual magazine site like YUDU? It basically takes your PDF and turns it into a virtual book or magazine. People can view it virtually, using the interactive tools to zoom and flip pages, or they can download the file.

    I’m excited to follow your homeschooling journey. Good luck!

  2. By on November 08, 2011

    PDFs are evil things, but the content of yours is fantastic! Please keep sharing these with the internet. Such fantastic ideas! Charlotte is incredibly lucky… sounds like you are nurturing such an independent, intelligent little human! :)

  3. By Taryn on November 17, 2011

    Sarah, this is great! I am so happy that you’ve taken the time to share this, I’m sure many people will make good use of it. I’m always looking for new ideas of things to do with my Charlotte, and you have some really really great ones (and make me wish we had a garden, chickens, warm climate). My only suggestion would be, as you guessed, more info on books, songs, rhymes etc that work for you guys. thanks again for sharing!

  4. By Andreza on February 06, 2012

    OMG these are byeond super cute and reminds me I have some fabulous fall fabric that would be perfect to make some with! That is if I ever find the time!;) Thanx for coming to the party!





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