With all our homeschool conferences canceled in real life, we thought it would be fun to make a video of Laura’s “table talk”. Watch this video to see what it is like to talk to Laura at a table at the homeschool conference and learn all about our different programs.
As a parent, sometimes, I have high ideals of what I want my kids to be. I want them to be kind, thoughtful, and useful members of society. I want them to go out and make the world a better place. But if I want that to happen, I have to parent for it. So, I am trying to teach my kids about social justice.
Do I need to do all of Five Senses Literature Lessons programs in order? Today I answer this common question about our Color-Coded levels.
When I was a little girl, my dad called me Pumpkin as a pet name. So the word holds a special place in my heart. Our new Pumpkin workbook is a passion project for me because I wrote it for some very special children in my life.
Hooray! It is finally here! Our newest Orange Level curriculum: Foundations and Fundamentals. This program is a secular, multi-sensory, complete curriculum based on child development that will get your child started off with reading, writing, and math in the best way possible!
What would it look like to teach letters, numbers, shapes, and colors the Five Senses Literature Lessons way? Take a look to find out! We are excited to announce that we are working on a new program for the Orange Level, Fundamentals and Foundations!
We’ve changed the name of our flagship program, “Level: Orange – Full Year curriculum”, to Wonderful World – Level: Orange.
Indigenous People’s Day has been celebrated in many states and cities across the US since 1990. Other countries, including Canada and Brazil, have similar holidays on other days of the year. In honor of the holiday, we are having a sale all week! All of our curricula are 15% off with code 5SLL2018 this week only.
I am excited to announce our first ever chapter book based unit study! This unit is for the book Children of the Longhouse by Joseph Bruchac. The book is about a brother and sister growing up in the Mohawk tribe, in what will eventually become New York State. This book made the PERFECT first book for our Green level for ages 8-12 for several reasons. Let me tell you some of the things I love about this book and the unit based on it.