What should be on your to-do list? On page 128 Kendra Fletcher reveals reasons why you should ask God that question.
What can you do this summer that will make your school year go more smoothly in the fall? Implement summer training with Malia Russell’s advice on page 126.
Don’t just devour ice cream; study it with a fascinating unit study on page 92 that provides fun activities in ten subject areas. Learn which famous Greek leader loved snow flavored with nectar and honey, and then use the recipe on page 96 to make your own ice cream.
Do your kids love to paint—but you just can’t have the mess right now? Andy Harris shares a method for mess-free painting in his article on page 116.
Head outdoors with Angie Wright (a Crew member!) and see what your kids might learn on page 28. An outdoor learning adventure could even teach your kids art, language, Latin, writing, drawing, history, geography, and Bible, too!
Try “Rabbit Trail Learning,” a “curriculum” that will help your kids develop a lifelong love of learning new things. Join Carol Barnier on page 108 for tips that will help you create curiosity-driven lessons.
Check the table of contents for encouragement and additional ideas for summer learning, teaching art, nature studies, grammar, and more!
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