LEGO Organization and Storage Solutions

We LEGO every day. It’s our go-to creative outlet, math manipulative, and imaginative reality. So LEGO organization is vital for being able to find the pieces we need and keeping them off the floor. Our LEGO organization system has evolved over the past year. We went...

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Teaching with Google My Maps

Today I want to share a fun, free, and versatile resource for teaching: Google My Maps! There are SO many things you can do with maps to help connect kids to the world. One of my son’s favorite activities is dragging the little yellow person icon to a road to check...

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Why I Homeschool.

I fell asleep early with the kids. The first results were starting to come in. I woke up at 2 AM to see the latest news. I figured it would still be too close to call. I was thinking we were headed for another Bush v Gore. We weren't. Instead the call was made at...

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South Africa Unit Study

Today I'm sharing a South African interdisciplinary unit study that we did a few months back. We had learned about India and I asked him to choose another country to learn more about. He chose South Africa no doubt because of the interesting wildlife that is found...

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Project Playground: Meadowood Regional Park

We've visited Meadowood Regional Park in North Baltimore County a few times. Most recently we were there for a NOT Back-to-School Picnic. Meadowood is a park I feel we ought to love, but it seems every time we go, there's some kind of issue. It's either too windy, to...

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Activities and Decorations to Celebrate Eid

We had a wonderful Eid! I'm late in posting. Of course. My excuse this time is pulling the plug on our internet. But that's a story for another day. Today I am sharing a few little decorations and activities we did to get ready for Eid. If you aren't sure what Eid al...

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