Archive | October, 2014

Economics of Integrity

Six timeless teachings to build strong character in kids Stumbled upon this gem of an essay from the 1960’s by Leonard Read entitled “Economics for Boys and Girls; Methods for getting young people on the track of sound thinking.” Being a home-educating momma who works around economists I had to take a look. Although some […]

Helpful Resources for Visual Learners

My first grader is a visual learner. She loves to read, enjoys doodling, and uses pictures, images, and objects to grasp material she is trying to understand. In my first post, I gave a basic run down on the three different types of learning styles. In this post, I will focus on how to assist […]