A Letter From the Easter Bunny

It’s Time to have some Easter Fun! Easter is an amazing time… it usually marks the beginning of Spring and gives us, especially us in the North, some hope of warmer weather. People celebrate Easter in many different ways… and often that includes adding the Easter Bunny into their celebrations… and with that they might…

Learning About the Solar System

Interactive Solar System Printable On a homeschool field trip, the kids and I were able to see a musical called Magic School Bus: Lost in the Solar System, which was a no brainer to see, because my kids love the Magic School Bus… both the older version and the new version. We had fun learning…

St. Patrick’s Day Bingo

St. Patty’s Day Printable Bingo Fun St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner and like most holidays, I try to find small ways to have some fun… without going overboard… that is. So, as a fun activity, I made a St. Patrick’s Day Bingo game to take to co-op for the kids play over…

Fluffy Snow Slime Recipe

How to Make Snow Slime or Cloud Slime This winter we had some pretty cold days. The kind of days where the thought of going outside was just too much, so we had to find things to do around the house. The kids wanted to make some Snow Slime or what is also called Cloud…

Click Clack Moo Cows That Type

A Book Review by Emmy Here is Emmy’s book review of Click Clack Moo, Cows That Type written by Doreen Cronin (2010) *Parent’s Note – This is one of my favorite books, not because it is especially amazing or profound, it has no real moral story, it is just funny. I read this one to…

Homemade Valentines for Valentine’s Day

Cute and Perfect for All Ages! As homeschoolers, we haven’t had the need to make valentines on a huge scale before. We’ve made a few, but we haven’t needed to make a classroom full. Last year (2017) we joined a homeschool co-op, where we meet once a week and do extra curricular classes… survival class,…

Our Canadian Homeschool Study

Learning About Canada  Homeschool families study geography differently, some study by era (ancient, middle ages, and modern) and others study by a timeline, using inventions or other events to learn about places. We just picked a country and started studying… our first country was Canada. Canada is our friendly neighbor to the north and so…

Bucky Dinosaur Cowboy Book Review

A Book Review by Elijah  Bucky the Dinosaur Cowboy Here is Elijah’s book review of Bucky the Dinosaur Cowboy written by Kaye Cunningham (2004, 32 pages). *Parents note- This book is a great book for kids to not only learn about dinosaurs but to read more about how children can learn and accomplish things that…

Five Nice Mice Build a House

A Book Review By Landen Five Nice Mice Build A House Here is Landen’s review of Five Nice Mice Build a House, written by Chisato Tashiro (36 pages, 2015). *Parent’s Note- This book is so cute! We rented it from the library and had to get a copy of our own. The mice are just…

Indianapolis Children’s Museum – ScienceWorks

A Museum With Many Names I am sure most of my regular readers know that I homeschool my kids, though if you’ve just randomly found my page you wouldn’t know that, and so to you… we homeschool. Part of our homeschooling experience involves our local children’s museum, which just happens to be the world’s largest,…