Art-loving teenagers always need more “art stuff.” Here are the 100 best teen art supplies as rated by an 18-year-old homeschool graduate.
I can’t believe it, but we are celebrating the 18th birthday of our favorite unschooler in March 2018. She’s notoriously hard to buy for; while she’s got some interests and hobbies (hello yes please give her every tchotchke related to the Walking Dead and also she loves shirts so much her closet is scary), she’s […]
Looking for a fun family writing project? Try imagining what would happen if your household items came to life and became sentient beings!
What better way to start setting up model trains than to… buy a cemetery? Trust us, it’s a great place to start.
Blocks aren’t just for little kids – in our family, Sarah, who’s 13, has had an amazing time building airplanes, robots and more with our new BionicBlox!
This week, as part of the iHomeschool Network’s 10 * in * 10 series, I’m sharing 10 “toys” that have lasted in our family – now that Sarah’s a teenager!
After a few stressful weeks, our family unwound with some crazy pirate treasure-hunting creative fun!
We spent a relaxing Sunday evening sorting Sarah’s Lego pieces so she can find them for future building projects!
Sarah had a blast reading about similes in Life of Fred: Goldfish, and decided to create dozens of her own. Want to play along?
Sarah has LOVED the Lego Bricks 4 Kidz junior robotics camps. Here’s a photo scrapbook of her with some of her new friends.