Winter Homeschooling

Winter Homeschooling

Winter: long days, anxious kids, homeschool monotony?  No way!  At least it doesn’t have to be that way.  There’s lots to do to keep your homeschool vibrant in the winter! This post rounds-up the the best of my winter learning ideas for you.  You really can enjoy the cold, gray days! Nature Study Fresh air,…

Pond Nature Study

Pond Nature Study

What could we possibly find during one simple walk around a small pond?  Enough to keep us busy for over an hour! My big kids were busy with other commitments not too long ago, so hubby and I set off on a nature walk with our 6 year old, Eli.  I love taking nature walks…

The Creation Museum

(While I was provided free admission into the Creation Museum this trip, I believe so strongly in their mission that my family held a five-year membership until recently.)We’ve been to the Creation Museum more times than I remember.  It’s fresh, uplifting and full of learning every. single. time. If you haven’t been and have the…

Early Spring Nature Study

This post contains links to my NaturExplorers curriculum. It’s Spring! I’m so excited to be back outdoors on a regular basis with my children!  Are you ready to jump back into nature study, too?  Fresh air.  The world slowing coming back to life.  Warm air one day, cool air the next.  Sunshine, rain, even snow. …

A Walk to the Mailbox

It’s been a long winter in Kentucky. Considering we had snow yesterday (March 6th), you could say I’m just a little more than ready for spring.  Just before the weather turned chilly, I took an autumn walk down the long gravel road to the mailbox.  I thought I’d share a few nature scenes that blessed…

Owl Moon Activities

Owl Moon Activities

This post contains affiliate links.  Read my entire disclosure policy here. Owl Moon with FIAR I’m so excited to be back in the swing of Five in a Row with my littlest man! My oldest two made so many good memories during learning time using this curriculum.  I likely won’t post about all our studies,…

Pontoon Tour

In October, we were blessed to take a *free* pontoon tour of the KY River in Frankfort with my parents.  The city offers this tour weekly late spring through early fall as a unique historical guided tour of Kentucky’s capital city. Boats, dams, bridges, flood walls, historical sties, historical stories and more made for fascinating…

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