Tag: homeschooling

Counting On: Learning Math at Home

Counting On: Learning Math at Home

Math. It has always been my kryptonite. I love history, fly through Shakespeare, and diagram Dr. Seuss in my sleep. But, I still have no idea who Pythagoras is, in fact what is a theorem anyway? And, if two trains are traveling at the same […]

I don’t know how you do it all?!

I don’t know how you do it all?!

I don’t. People say this to me all the time. And, the quick easy answer is I just don’t. I don’t do it all. I may run a blog, homeschool, and organize my home. But, I don’t do it all. Sometimes we do 4 lessons […]

What do Gravity, Inertia, and Friction Have in Common? 

What do Gravity, Inertia, and Friction Have in Common? 

They’re all keywords in last month’s Steve Spangler Science Stem Lab Box (Spangler Science Club delivers amazing hands-on science to your door every month. Join Today!). As a homeschooling mom to four, I’m always looking for things I can do with all my kids while […]