We had a wonderful 2012 Christmas. Here’s a virtual scrapbook with some of our favorite holiday photos.
Sarah made some REALLY cool decorations out of our old Christmas cards. Check out photos – and tips for making your own.
Learn about Jim Thorpe, the Native American Olympic athlete, as well as the Pennsylvania town named in his honor, and the controversy surrounding both.
We said yes to blue streaks for our 12-year-old daughter Sarah’s hair, as well as to making some more rainbow rice!
In our November snippets from unschooling, we made some crazy Star Wars scenes, shared time with cousins and roasted hickory nuts.
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?)
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.
Our October 2012 snippets from unschooling included Webkinz, a great friend’s wedding, finding brand-name clothes cheap and more.
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!”
Seventh-grade school pictures with alpacas. That about sums up our informal homeschooling and unschooling approach!