Ursa Minor Learning is a Charlotte Mason inspired curriculum. Bolstered by the twin pillars of science and history, Ursa Minor is compilation of many moms’ homeschooling experience, hundreds of hours of reading educational and homeschooling philosophies and methodology, and a lot of love. It is presented here for free for you to use as you see fit in your own home.
We currently offer plans for all four years of high school. Middle school is currently in the works.
We managed to botch the transfer of the domain name for Sam’s credit card to Kate’s and not even notice it. Thanks to everyone who emailed, it’s fixed now. Also, Kate is back actively working on the lower grades now that her life is a little less crazy and she has a kiddo about to… Continue reading Sorry for the down time!
Hello all! Today I began work on Ursa Minor again, which I know many of you are anxious to hear. There are a few changes. First, Sam has decided to be an emeritus part of this project as she is currently working 80 hour weeks. I have all her book recommendations for Years 1 through 6,… Continue reading We’re still here!
As many of your probably already saw, we posted Ursa Minor Learning Year 7 a while ago. Before we could announce it, Kate had to have emergency surgery and we never got around to posting it. Bad news, Kate has to have another surgery next week, though we are hopeful that afterwards everything will be taken care… Continue reading Summer Hiatus
We hope you are all having a great start in this new year. Last year we: Published reading lists for 5 year levels. Had 1,798 unique visitors to our site. Created a Facebook and Instagram account. Made 12 blog posts. Saw a project that we were mainly doing for ourselves become a resource for our… Continue reading Year end round up and what we’re doing in the new year…
The good news: The basic outline of Year 8 is up! The bad news: while we hope to have Year 7 up before January, our original schedule was too ambitious. We didn’t put in enough time for unforeseen circumstances and opportunities and we significantly underestimated how much time our science stream work would take. We… Continue reading The Good and the Bad