We’ve been doing some work with eye droppers. It’s a great science skill and something we wanted to give them practice with at an early age. Food coloring and water just seemed like something fun the kids would like to help them master the skill. We started by just giving … Continue reading
Recently I realized, my kids watch a lot of TV. I mean, a lot of it. When did I lose control!? The upside of it, they are learning a ton from it. It’s not uncommon for them to spout off some random fact and I have to ask them where … Continue reading
Here we go with another Wednesday Website Shout Out! Today I’m going to tell you about our experience with Reading Eggs. Reading Eggs is a reading curriculum we’ve been subscribed to for several months now. We decided to try it when Hooked on Phonics was causing the butting of the … Continue reading
Disclosure: I was not financially compensated for this post. I received a sample of the product for review purposes. All opinions are my own. Over the last year I’ve had a creative bug tickling my inspiration. With my push to do even more with our homeschooling, I wanted to start … Continue reading
Summer is just around the corner! Or if you’re in Nebraska like we are, it’s coming and going all year long. Although, I’ll admit once it finally get’s it’s claws stuck in us we have to sweat it out until winter…literally! With the summer weather moving in, it’s time for … Continue reading
This year, the Nebraska Renaissance Faire was the girl’s first taste of going back in time to meet the queen, attend a jousting match and snack on a deliciously smoked turkey leg. They had a blast!
Last Friday after the we returned from our mini impromptu Colorado vacation, we rested up for a few hours, then headed out to Joslyn Art Museum to see Jeff Corwin present for the Nebraska Science Festival. I told you about those tickets back in March, and I’m so glad we got … Continue reading
If I wrote a complete list of places to visit for homeschooling, this list would never end! Instead, I decided I’d pull five of my homeschooling vacation bucket list locations randomly out of a hat and tell you a bit about them. Here are just a few of the places … Continue reading
We had a surprise vacation to Colorado thanks to Nick being shipped off to complete some military training. This meant the girls would get a chance to see the mountains they’ve wanted to see for the past year. It also meant I needed to create a unit study for Colorado … Continue reading
Earth Day was the other day so we decided to do a recycling project that also related to our backyard habitat project. Toilet paper roll bird feeders!