Month: August 2020

Homeschooling: The Telescope

How are. you seeing the world differently with home-based learning? What are you doing to make science engaging?

Make Your Own Ice Cream Cake

Make your own ice cream cake– it is so easy and quite delicious!

The Secret Garden

We are literally gardening for beginners. Our family tries to take back The Secret Garden from the weeds.

Inch by Inch

We are finally planting our starter plants into the dirt…

What have you done in hibernation?

Do you have more me time during this unusual state of things or are you overwhelmed with things to do?

Homeschooling- Choosing a Curriculm

My husband and I made the decision to homeschool our 7 year old this upcoming 2020-2021 school year– a difficult choice for us. After researching the different types of homeschooling options, we decided to do a School-at-home curricula for her and sprinkle in some… Continue Reading “Homeschooling- Choosing a Curriculm”

Five Fun Family Activities During Pandemic

What do you do in the midst of pandemic? You create your own fun. Let me tell you about our top five favorite family activities.

But How will we water it?

In our homeschooling, we are working on learning a bit about the water cycle. You might remember the old kids hand-motion that show evaporation, condensation and precipitation. As we are learning away, making references to our new garden and delineating what is needed for… Continue Reading “But How will we water it?”

Virtual Parties

How do you throw a virtual baby shower in these unusual times? Learn more about what I did to make it work.

If You Build it- They will Grow

During the course of this pandemic, my husband had to go to the doctor’s office. The person in front of him in line was dismissed for having COVID-like symptoms, so out of abundance of caution, we decided to do a little “in home” quarantine… Continue Reading “If You Build it- They will Grow”