Our Positive Rock Garden

Spread The Love A few years ago, our community had positive rocks introduced… and it quickly became a phenomenon. Many communities had this happen and the concept was called different things, but in our community, Positive Rocks became a big hit. The Idea I have heard that this idea was created by many individuals, but…

Best Blueberry Pie Recipe

It’s Blueberry Season It’s blueberry season again, my kids just went with friends to do some blueberry picking and it reminds me of my first blueberry pie. Want Some Pie? So, here’s a funny story. I have always hated pie. If offered pie, I’d say “no thank you”. I’d tried different pies, apple, pumpkin, blueberry,…

Little Library – Update 2

It’s Done… We have the little library up… it actually went up last fall and I’ve neglected updating everyone about it!  For those of you that haven’t read about our Little Corner Library, check out these posts to get the backstory, but for those of you have… here is your update! We Didn’t Know What…

Easy Chicken Recipe

Quick, Easy, and Delicious In the quest to find family dinner favorites I have found one that not only works, but it is a super easy chicken recipe! I have 4 children, whom all don’t like the same things, but this is kid tested, my 15 year old actually said she prefers these to the…

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…

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…

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,…

Little Library – Update

Starting on the Little Library We’ve (and by we’ve… I mean mainly my big, strapping, handsome hubby) begun building our Little Library and are excited to get it up. We have most of it together now and are waiting on Plexiglas.  We haven’t had much luck with our Pool, through PayPal (a page people can…