Out and About at the Zoo

Our family has enjoyed reading aloud for years, even beyond the early reading days. There was a lull in the aloud-reading department after our children left home and before grandkiddos came along. Now when they visit, we have both serious story reading and funny romps through books. Out and About at the Zoo will be one

made to play! – A Review

I’m usually leery of books that claim to encourage imaginative play. Too often exact steps are given as to what should be imagined and how the play should be undertaken. made to play! isn’t a book about play; it’s about toys. Toys can be the spark needed for imaginative play. Mr. Henriques has taken simple

Weekend Reads

Preschool: At What Cost? Read A Sample Chapter “What preschool do you go to?” the doctor asked our three-year-old granddaughter, who was perplexed by the question. My husband quickly responded, “As long as she is with us, she will not go to school.” Thus quickly ending that conversation. Parents are bombarded with “facts” and comments that preschool

Homeschoooling

Susan speaks at conferences, group meetings, and retreats. Contact her at susan@practicalinspirations.com to book a speaking engagement. Why Am I Doing This? Philosophy of Education in Seven Steps You know that you should have a written philosophy of education because it is the foundation of your home school. If you didn’t stay awake during Philosophy