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!
Check out some of our home-grown, freshly painted fall pumpkins!
Our family’s trip to a local art festival, where Sarah entered some of her work, showed us how personal art can be – and introduced us to a “drum painter!”
Awesome art project: Pen-and-ink calligraphy. Here’s a look at our mother and daughter creations, including a version of the Constitution (sort of).
A Pinterest find in another language didn’t stop Sarah, who’s a whiz at Google Translate. She made the lion fortune-teller anyway!
Here’s a look at some of the snippets of unschooling and learning in our family during the week of May 6, 2012.
Sarah built a pyramid and made a cake. What did YOUR kids do today?
We spent a lot of time outside, doing cool stuff, in April 2012. Here are some photos of our fun.
Using a set of Makedo connectors to recycle old boxes, we made an amazing stegosaurus and wrote several news articles about him!
As part of our study of robots, we made some (nonworking) models out of Legos and recycled boxes.