When just getting by is enough…

So what's up with the long hiatus from new posts? In short, Caregiving for elderly grandparents while maintaining even VERY part-time work from home and homeschooling is exhausting mentally, physically and emotionally. Leaving very little creative juice for creating...

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Learning Science with Disney Imagineering

We used Disney's Imagineering DVDs from our library to get ready for our trip. The 11-video series covers a ton of information in a fun, interactive way. It was funny listening to the kids as we went through the park, "Remember when Asa (the DVD host) did that?" The...

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The No-Prep Mexico / Ancient Civilizations Unit Study

Sometimes things just converge together and make planning a week's worth of school nearly impossible. For me, that's usually the same week I need the kids occupied so I can concentrate on other work deadlines. Last week was one of those weeks. While searching for...

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Postcards from the Lewis & Clark Expedition

Social Studies is one area where we tend to study what comes up instead of following a set curriculum. Today's lesson on Lewis and Clark was one of those random lessons that turned out pretty well. We started by watching a Netflix documentary (National Geographic:...

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