We had the awesome opportunity to review the Mel Kids Science kit. We have been using the Mel chemistry kits for years. The company offered to give us a free kit “Mel Kids science kit” for an honest review. Let me start by saying my kids are 15 & 16 years old but love anything science. We looked at the kit with kid eyes and the girls tried to be as honest as possible. Our Continue reading →
Are you interested in traveling full-time and curious how expensive Roadschooling is? Inquiring minds want to know if Roadschooling is expensive and do you need a budget. I will do my best to answer these questions. Road schooling is when you travel and do school on the road incorporating museums, historical sites, zoos, aquariums, and national parks into your curriculum. Sometimes we include online classes, summer camps, 4-H, co-op, or even field trips with local Continue reading →
Really, Isabelle, my daughter became a small business owner and sells her jewelry on Amazon Handmade. She really started this two years ago but this year she decided to get serious. Any child or adult can own their own business, make a product and sell it online. Now, will it pay your bills, let you quit that job? Honestly, that is up to you and how much you work to make your dreams come true. Continue reading →
We love Texas and even more in the winter months. This, of course, is the best time to see the beautiful endangered whooping cranes. Our travels started in Waco, Texas and we followed these huge birds south to the gleaming beaches near Rockport, Texas. 3 best places to see in Waco Texas Our first stop toward the South tip of Texas was in a brief stay in Waco. My oldest was so excited about visiting Continue reading →
Name the animal that helps guard a Columbian Mammoth herd. We just visited The Waco Mammoth National Monument with some friends from Fulltime Families. The kids learned about the Columbian Mammoths and believed to be twice the size of Woolly Mammoths. Columbian Mammoths First, a little history about Columbian Mammoths that we learned during our tour of the dig site. The site consists of three different time periods. During our tour, we learned about a Continue reading →
Color Changing Sugar Cookies are not only a fun science project but yummy to eat. It was so cool seeing the dough change colors right before our eyes. I have to honest here, they are no the best cookies I have ever had but keep in mind we are adding cabbage juice to the mixture. Please feel free to adjust this recipe to your taste buds. I started with a sugar cookie recipe and edited Continue reading →
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