Sarah had a blast reading about similes in Life of Fred: Goldfish, and decided to create dozens of her own. Want to play along?
In October, our family read Neil Armstrong’s biography, several Life of Fred books, and autobiographies of Buzz Aldrin and hacker Kevin Mitnick.
After reading the Indian in the Cupboard book series, Sarah developed a passion for researching cowboys and Indians – and made a poster showing some of her favorites!
One evening, we sat down and created our own family board game. It had some convoluted rules, but we had a great time! (And somehow, it even involved math?)
Sarah’s had a great time creating figures with the Androidify app for her smartphone.
Learn about The Phantom of the Opera, including some of the best movie, music and book resources for homeschoolers of all ages. We had a blast studying this!
Our new fridge poster encourages the whole family to remember what we’re grateful for – and it was created by our 12-year-old daughter, Sarah!
If you’re headed to Assateague, Md., Chincoteague, Va., or Rehoboth Beach, Del., here are some great tips on what to see, especially if you’re making it a homeschooling field trip.
Check out some of our home-grown, freshly painted fall pumpkins!
Sometimes Saying Yes as a mom means going along with things I wouldn’t normally like – such as a superhero movie like The Avengers. Guess what? I liked it!