Science/Art: The Planets

A few weeks ago, we did a lot of research on our planets, rockets, space stations, astronauts, and space in general. We watched YouTube videos, explored NASA's website, played space games, watched movies based in space (because sci fi is always fun:)), and wrote stories/drew pictures of what it would be like to live on … Continue reading Science/Art: The Planets


Science/Art: The Human Body

Earlier this year we talked about the Human Body and the internal organs. We learned about how our food is digested, how our brains send signals to our muscles and nerves, and even about how many bones we have in our bodies! The book below helped to get us started, and I found at a … Continue reading Science/Art: The Human Body

Homeschool- Our First 2 Month’s Journey

What A Learning Experience! After we figured out why we wanted to homeschool and when we would be ready, we had to physically do it. So we did. ๐Ÿ™‚ The plan was to sell our home, start homeschooling and travel. We would begin looking for land to start our new homestead on, without the worry … Continue reading Homeschool- Our First 2 Month’s Journey

Homeschooling- When We Decided We Were Ready

Homeschooling. I won't even waste my time going over all of the stereotypes. You are probably thinking of one right now. I have to say that I have gone from being totally against it, to being so excited about it I find it hard to sleep at night. For about a year I have slowly … Continue reading Homeschooling- When We Decided We Were Ready

Homeschool-Growing Our Classroom

My husband and I have been thinking of homeschooling for a while. I was slightly against it because I thought that my kids would be these weird social outcasts...terrible stereotypes! So, after my third grader came home (We will call her Razzy, 8) and started looking, acting, and feeling burned out, I knew we had … Continue reading Homeschool-Growing Our Classroom