Homeschool Kit for every subject for ages K – 9th grade

From time to time I like to give items for you a Homeschool Kit for every subject  that you can use in your homeschool classroom.  When your first starting out on your Unschool journey or if things are getting a little stale with the kids these items came in handy to get them on the right track.  No matter if you Unschool, homeschool or send your kids to “normal school” you can use these items to Continue reading

Best age to learn a second language?

What is the best age for children start learning a second language?  This debate has been going on for years.  Honestly, you are the only one that can answer that question.  The experts say that every child should learn a foreign language because it improves their skills and grades in math and English and can improve entrance exam scores. You need to start teaching your child a foreign language when your child is ready.  Most ‘normal’ schools start learning about Continue reading

Unschool Zoo science and around the world

Reid Park Zoo was small but had a many animals throughout the zoo.  It was fun seeing live animals after spending the day at the Sonora Desert Museum. We enjoyed reading the signs about each animal and I enjoy quizzing the girls about certain facts to see if they remember from the last zoo. I didn’t take a lot of pictures this time because Munchy and Hubby got to practice some photography.  She is really Continue reading

Paris Day 7 day 8

Last day in Paris or last day in France with our cousins. We tried to go the Ile de Sieck to take a walk, but it was raining too bad so we only got out of the car for a few minutes. Today we saw the Grande Cairne de Barnénez, a prehistoric site. Not very interesting for the girls, but we adults liked it. This site is the largest Megalithic mausoleum in Europe, lying at the top of Continue reading

Paris France day 6 – ride home

Relaxing Day at the Beach – back from Paris France Today we rested because we were so tired from visiting Paris France.  We had 5 whirlwind days of visiting as many sites as we could, the weather was rainy and cold but everyone had a great time.  The girls loved seeing there French cousins and seeing all the neat stuff we had studied about before we came.  The girls didn’t get to say a lot Continue reading

Paris Day 5 – Visit to Versailles

The next morning we got up early and went to Versailles. We had a long wait in line so the rest of us went to see the gardens while Gaelle and Mom held our place in line. Once inside we listened to the audio guide while walking through. The kids were able to wiggle their way in front and see the chapel and we saw portraits of the 3 Louis’s who lived there. We learned about Continue reading