My minivan is dead. It is still in my driveway, but it has been sitting there all summer long. For six months previous to parking that chug-a-lug, I prodded […]
I was asked to make the alphabet and numbers for a homeschool mom to post a letter and number of the week on her bulletin board. I’m hoping that by […]
Edible plant of the day. Oxalis oregano (Redwood sorrel). Sometimes called false shamrock. This is the PNW native variety. It’s the field green version of Sour Patch Kids, and few […]
Lysichiton americanus along McGowan Creek, near where the McKenzie river meets the Willamette River.
Today, I’m talking about inserting images into Homeschool Skedtrack with HTML. We all know that images add richness to things we are learning. Sometimes they are crucial to the idea […]
Today, I’m writing about how to make hyperlinks in the schedule that allow you to connect to other elements outside of Homeschool Skedtrack. It’s convenient to link directly to things […]
One of my favorite features of Homeschool Skedtrack is the ability to write HTML code into a student’s daily schedule. The most obvious way this benefits the schedule is to […]
Years ago, I made a lot of printable files for Montessori materials that I shared with a Yahoo group. The group is inactive now, and so I’m putting these files […]