The cool kids have been enjoying Brain Blox Wooden Building Planks. Learn how we used these blocks to create multidimensional masterpieces, practice math, and solve STEM and spatial puzzles.
Thanks to Tied 2 Teaching, our weekly project day has become STEM headquarters. For approximately two months we've been using the STEM Activities, Full Year of Challenges with Close Reading set. Learn our thoughts on the projects and watch is complete a challenge.
This here I am so excited because we will be taking a homeschool trip around the world. Last year we enjoyed Adventures in US History, so this school year we are continuing our travels via My Father's World (MFW) Exploring Countries and Cultures (ECC). Of course, as the year progresses I will share my … Continue reading Third Grade and Our Trip Around The World
This year we were given an opportunity to try out the newly created, Mystery Science website for FREE. I quickly welcomed the chance to have this subject completely outlined for me especially because the experiments and instruction are included. Most of the experiments can be done with things you have around your home or that … Continue reading MysteryScience.Com FREE TRIAL
We created a volcano this year and wanted to share the fun with you. You can check out our eruption via this video. http://youtu.be/jcpOQ8XGTfw To recreate our volcano you can use molding clay or make your own with basic kitchen items. We used Emily's Fantastic No Cook Playdough recipe and left our volcano out to dry (harden) … Continue reading Mount Kemp: The Molten Machine
So in every confident part of me lies a woman that can encourage herself and others to achieve ANYTHING successfully. I mean it. You need to be uplifted then call on me and "I got you!" However, Science diminishes my confidence. Yep. It completely evaporates every ounce of "I think I can" from my thoughts. … Continue reading Homeschool Help: Science