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How to make Interactive Journals work for you

Use Interactive Journals Effectively


As a homeschooler, can you use interactive journals effectively for your school? Interactive journals are huge right now. But, if you’re just coming across them, you might be asking yourself, “How do I use interactive journals effectively so I’m not wasting time and money?” The goal of all educators is often… Keep going…

Add a dash of science and swirl, stir, and voila! Water is (almost) 100% clean.


While yes, we are going to be talking about water purification, it helps to know how the water gets clean in nature first. And that, of course, starts with the water cycle in it’s full complexity. The water cycle is a huge, global sized system where water makes it way… Keep going…

Venn Diagram of IBL versus PBL

Teaching or Learning Method? Project vs Problem vs Inquiry Based Learning


Since the dawn of semi-organized education, pedagogy has been explored. The methods of teaching are wide and varying with varying degrees of success. Our favourites happen to be those based on more or less natural learning styles: Project Based Learning (PBL), Problem Based Learning (PBL), and Inquiry Based Learning (IBL).… Keep going…

Old Mulberry Tree in front of a vineyard

Mulberry: Beyond The Pollen Offender


Mulberries are often written off as a scrub tree, growing along and in fence lines, out of the side of other trees, and often too close to house foundations. They get in these unlikely and unwanted places because birds feast on the fruit in June and July when it’s ripe,… Keep going…