This month The Old Schoolhouse Magazine has our family really excited! As most of you know… we travel. A lot! Currently we are in Tomah, Wisconsin which is home to a large Amish population. Naturally, being from Texas, we are curious about the Amish lifestyle and want to know more about them! This month The Old Schoolhouse Magazine November Issue has a few great articles about the Amish way of life.
One article that had me hooked was A Day in the Life of a Young Amish Mom. Liz Lane interviewed an Amish mom in her home. The interview was interesting and informative about the Amish lifestyle. I love that it made me feel like I was there with them in the peace and tranquility of their home. I will have to try Rachel’s breakfast muffins!
Another article in The Old Schoolhouse Magazine November Issue that I really enjoyed reading was Just Plain Interesting: Springboards for Research on the Amish. Often my boys, ages 4 and 5, will ask question about the Amish people that we encounter when we are in town. Most of the questions are about their choice of clothing or why they use a horse and cart. This article gave my family a chance to look deeper into the Amish community and learn a little more about their ways. Within this article are great suggestions of books for children to learn more about the Amish as well as thought provoking questions for the kids to answer after we have read the article together.
The Old Schoolhouse Magazine November issue is JAM PACKED with great articles, stories, history lessons, recipes and much, much more! It is easy to access and navigate. You can also access The Old Schoolhouse Magazine from several mobile devices. I have downloaded the app from the app store and now have access to it on the go! The best part is that the magazine is FREE and requires no further purchasing to read it.
We are looking forward to the December issue of The Old School House Magazine!
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