Brain Pop educational video for homeschool

Little Belle’s favorite class is art class and now we have combined that with a little history by watching some you tube videos. I really love what the art teacher is doing by having the kids paint the masters.  I also just signed us up for brain pop. If you haven’t heard about Brain Pop you should definitely check it out. It has over 700 educational videos with games and quizzes. Heck, I even watched some Continue reading

Art Thursday at the park

Art Thursday is always fun for our Monster High Ghoul Scouts. In art class the kids drew a picture of a lady free hand, with our tracing or any help from the teacher.  I can’t believe how great each and every painting turned out. After art class we made it over to Forsyth park so the kids could play for a bit on the playground.  It was such a nice day we all brought or lunch Continue reading

A typical Unschooler day: Art class and math

Follow our typical Unschool day where we did an Art class and math. Ok, no day is ever the same in an Unschool house and we are no exception. Belle has been asking to take an art class and we found one that our friends could take with us. Typical Unschool Day Our Typical Unschool day started at Belle’s new art class at Scribble Art Studio.  We are going during the day with about 7 Continue reading

Burton Bowling League

The Burton Bowling League is a group of silly homeschooled girls that meet once a month to bowl and have fun. Today was a fun and relaxing day with some of our friends. We meet at the Frames and Games in pooler and all the girls got to bowl one game. The girls really had a good time taking turns bowling and begging to play some of the video games. Next we went to find out Continue reading

Savannah Children Museum

What could be more fun than meeting a few friends at the NEW Savannah Children Museum.  There we six little girls total and man did they have fun.  Who says you can’t learn and play at the same time…. silly boring person.  The museum is located inside the Georgia State Railroad Museum, next to the Visitor’s Center.  It’s only $7.50 for the day or $75 for the family membership, and you get the children, railroad and History museum Continue reading

How Pirates use geometry and make it fun

After the movie, The Pirates! Band of Misfits’, we decided that the pirate playground would fit into our theme today. The kids got a little outside air and some exercise. Kids went and played for several hours while the mom chatted. We took an ezroller ride and worked on division, which the girls are starting to get the hang of and then after the movie we did a little geometry. Extending the pirate them we Continue reading