Immerce your kids in science and art by going to museums

I love to immerse my kids in science at art by going to museums all over the country, like the Museum of Science and Art in Macon, GA. Sometimes it’s hard to get kids excited about certain subjects and visiting a hands-on, interactive museum always helps. Don’t get me wrong blowing things up by using science is always fun too. We had a blast at the Museum of art and science in Macon GA. Every Continue reading

August skating fun and making a bust

Once a month we get together with all the homeschoolers all over the Savannah area and skate at SK8city in Pooler Ga.  They have made us a really great deal so that we can skate when the normal kids are in school and gave us one heck of a deal on the price.  Only $7 for 2 hours of skating, skate rental, 1 piece of pizza, small drink, and 4 tokens.  The kids love it Continue reading

Homeschool class on space and Steam class using legos

Homeschool class was on space and a Steam class using Legos. We started today at the Salvation Amy  where Mr. Walter from the library did a presentation on the solar system.  I asked the girls what they learned and they came up with 10 things: There would have been 20 planets but Pluto had a couple of dwarf buddies and we can’t count those as planets There is no such thing as the dark side of Continue reading

Star gazing at the beach

Last night we went to the beach to do a little star gazing.  We got there about 8pm and stayed till 10pm and had a blast.  Since we are learning about stars, planets, and solar system, I thought it would be fun to do something different.  One the way to the beach we looked up on the internet some stories about the constellations and how they got in the sky.  The girls played on the Continue reading