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October 26, 2006


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There has been some discussion around the homeschooling blogs about Melissa's Rule of 6. I have been thinking about the last one, meaningful work, because Tigger has been doing quite a bit of it. Including baking bread. The bread idea [Read More]



Belated happy homecoming wishes to you all :).

I'm not able to spend as much time as I'd like on the computer, so I'll have to hope for some nasty weather so I can catch up with a cup of tea...


Lissa this is so beautiful - and simple. And practical. Thank you.

Love2learn Mom

Wonderful thoughts!


ohh I love that!!!! Thank you.


It is a great framework for lovely days. And a lovely childhood.

Jennifer G. Miller

This is just so wonderful...and it really helps to see that you do a day in review with your children, and visualization of the fingers and hand.

And I love your point about putting prayer last because you remember it most.


Loving the Rule of Six, Lissa! Thank you for sharing your motherly wisdom with us!

Susan Gaissert

The Rule of Six reminds me of a Goethe quote I have had framed on my wall since before I even had my child. It came from a Literary Calendar, which, sadly, I don't think is being published anymore. Anyway, the quote is:

One ought, every day at least,
to hear a little song, read a good poem,
see a fine picture, and, if it were possible,
to speak a few reasonable words.

Thanks you for your blogs. They inspire and entertain me!

Jenny in Ca

What a really lovely post. and just a great concrete way to visulize it and work it out. I just love this post, I'm going to mention it on my blog, I hope that is o.k.

welcome to Ca

Jenny (in orange county)

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