Wanda and I just watched the Thanksgiving episode of the new "holiday edition" of Padma Lakshmi's show Taste the Nation [https://www.hulu.com/series/taste-the-nation-with-padma-lakshmi-53d48a66-d254-4e4f-89a1-277ec6c57368] (available on Hulu), titled "Truth and the Turkey Tale." Each episode of Taste the Nation spotlights a culture
I recently posted that for history, I’m just having Wanda watch Blackadder [https://homeschool.humuhumu.com/how-im-handling-history/]. That was of course facetious (though she does love Blackadder). Here’s how I’m actually handling history: History is hard. From the time they’re babies, kids start figuring out language,
I am heartily recommending this animated miniseries, "The Long, Long Holiday." This isn't (just) a homeschooling recommendation, this is an everybody recommendation. It's about two young Parisian children who find themselves sheltering with their grandparents in Normandy during World War II under German occupation.
One of our local San Francisco homeschool community families has this wonderful, years-long project to explore the stories and contributions of Black women in history. The Facebook page is She Made History [https://www.facebook.com/shemadehistory1/], and the full website of profiles is here: http://shemadehistory.com/ 💬Join the