Science doesn’t have to be expensive – we spent a day “playing” with a teakettle of boiling water and a pan full of ice and learned a ton about states of matter.
Sarah and I interviewed each other about lots of cool things. Check out what we think!
We had an amazing, spontaneous overnight getaway to Atlantic City, NJ, where we ran in the ocean, saw a huge elephant and took tons of photos!
Our April 2012 Family Reading Roundup included a whole bunch of animal books!
Interested in building a homemade skateboard? Here’s how we did it using some old Rollerblades, an unusued piece of wood and some simple hardware!
In a three-part series, I look at my own educational background and my daughter’s, and discuss how we came to homeschooling. This is the second part, Sarah’s early childhood.
Sarah built a pyramid and made a cake. What did YOUR kids do today?
Here are a bunch of simple and amazing chemistry experiments you can do with household items like money, washers and vinegar.
Here’s a look at our family’s grocery-shopping routine and one of Sarah’s favorite foods – shrimp-and-salmon-and-beef tacos.
In a three-part series, I look at my own educational background and my daughter’s, and discuss how we came to homeschooling. This is the first part, about my educational background.