If you are working on biology or life science this year, we've discovered a fantastic book for learning about the types of vertebrates and their amazing skeletons!
So many ways to use a 100-chart for math! This interactive digital version is intuitive and fun to use!
Some of my favorite FREE digital resources for math work. Don't waste your time or money with paid, lower-quality competitors.
It's 30° outside, but at least twice a week, my four-year-old is requesting that we go to the pool. These boys miss their summer water play! To substitute, we are using lots of indoor water activities, especially those involving temperature to help them understand why going to the pool in the snow might not be... Continue Reading →
Did you know Charlotte Mason said little kids should be outside for six hours a day in fair weather? That sounds awesome to me, Charlotte. Unfortunately, our schedule is a bit tight for that right now. Since making the daylight savings switch, we leave home each morning right around sunrise and usually get back right... Continue Reading →
I knew at some point, sending my kid to preschool was going to create some culture clash. I work full-time, as does my husband, so our littles need to be somewhere during the day. We have a daycare provider we love, but as our older son is pushing four now, we decided to send him... Continue Reading →
We have just returned from our annual week on Lake Huron with my family. Most families enjoy just hanging out on vacation, but we are not most families. For us, family time is project time. We paint and draw and quilt and crochet and dance and make pinatas and Chinese dragons and have masquerades and... Continue Reading →
As part of our summer plans, we wanted to have some actual academic time amidst all the running through the sprinkler and playing in the pool. I have had my eye on Ron Paul's home school curriculum for a while, and summer seemed an ideal time to give it a test run. For those unfamiliar... Continue Reading →