Art Thursday – Radical Unschooling Day 4

Radical Unschooling has taught me a lot so far…but mostly that if I just sit back and let the kids do what they do best, be kids, they learn on their own, enjoy life and learn more than I could have ever taught them. What a fun art and craft day. We started off the day around 11am at our weekly art class at Scribble art studio. Today a couple new friends came to class Continue reading

History Reynolds Square

This month we found ourselves in Reynolds square to learn a little Savannah History. We went to our favorite breakfast place downtown, Henry’s, we have known him for years and love seeing him when we go downtown. John Wesley Monument in the center of Reynolds Square was erected in 1969 by the John Wesley Monument Committee. and consists of a stepped and blocked rectangular granite pedestal, inscribed on all sides, supporting a bronze statue of Continue reading

Pucker up – fly away

I think the girls have become great business women. Not only have we met kids around our house that we ask to come help us with the lemonade stand but they are making lots of money. I think the girls have more money in their wallets than I do right now. The fairy house has had lots of new visitors that have come to join the fairy house. There is a little girl that keeps Continue reading

Fairy house

Have you ever wanted to make a fairy house? Well today we did and it was so much fun. The girls made fairies with pipe cleaners, a bead for the head, silk flowers for the skirt, and embroidery thread for the hair. The girls got really creative with their fairies, they made babies, and even one holding an umbrella. We used furniture that we had made a couple of months ago and decorated a hallow Continue reading