My son is taking an online Geology class this winter/spring. Recently, his class talked about core sampling, and I was intrigued by the concept. This week we replicated core sampling with play dough, and it gave us a lot to talk about. What we can learn from what is under the surface of the earth, simply […]
Archives for February 2016
I’m quickly finding that my preschooler needs hands on interactive fun. When she gets home from preschool it’s a little bit before lunch time, so without an activity, she’ll whine until the food is served. This week’s favorite activity was a color mixing fine motor water activity using food coloring and a kid-sized dropper.
My son has struggled with area and perimeter so we decided to make it hands on. I gave Raisin a challenge this morning: find the area and perimeter of his bedroom. Further, I asked him to build a bedroom model to go along with his answer. Then, I gave him a measuring tape and graphing paper […]
As a homeschooling mom I know that it is really not easy to always be the one taking care of the kids and teaching them and following up. The more I think about Valentines Day, the more I wanted to do something for my fellow homeschooling moms who put so much time into homeschooling and […]