We spent a relaxing Sunday evening sorting Sarah’s Lego pieces so she can find them for future building projects!
Real-world math shows up almost everywhere. Here’s a look at how managing your money really works – including cost per use and more.
Real-world math shows up almost everywhere. Here’s a look at how mathematics comes into play in your kitchen!
Real-world math shows up almost everywhere. Here’s a look at how mathematics plays a big role in your grocery-shopping!
We don’t have a “homeschool room,” but we have a homeschool house. Here’s a photo tour of what it looks like!
Some snippets from our unschooling life in late May 2012 included an impromptu car wash, Sculpey clay and postcard sorting.
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!
Here are a bunch of simple and amazing chemistry experiments you can do with household items like money, washers and vinegar.
Spelling practice? The only “spelling list” in our house is our grocery list, but that works well!
Life skills – things like how to make a bed and how to feed yourself breakfast – hadn’t happened much during Sarah’s public-school years. In our unschooling life, they’re just as important if not moreso than any other subject.