The Death Star If you hadn't noticed from my Instagram feed, my boys and I are Lego Maniacs. Although we love several of the series of bricks, one of our enduring favorite is Lego Star Wars! We own all the movies and have been watching them for years. Recreating scenes, making new scenes, trying… Continue reading Star Wars The Last Jedi: How are you preparing?
Seattle Snow ❄️ Lowland snow this early in the season is rare. One distinct advantage of interest-led learning is being able to stay home, play in the snow, come in for hot chocolate to warm up, then go out again! Their day was spent alternatively creating in the snow and on their movie making project. Keeping… Continue reading November 3rd Surprise
Another case of finding my voice. When I talk to a group of people, I feed off their energy or get them going. In a group of people, I have no problem with casual chatting and conversation. It's safety in numbers, so to speak. I don't have to be true, or vulnerable, to any one… Continue reading Homeschooling Moms Night Out
Change is the only constant in life - Heraclitus, Greek Philosopher Our family has gone through a plethora of changes in recent months which culminated in my oldest son deciding to start public school Monday. He's been homeschooled for the past 8 years but decided he needed new challenges. Oh the challenges. 6:15am? 6:30am? My… Continue reading Changes, they be a Comin’
So much to learn!
While we're voracious readers, these are literally what we're reading today! Affiliate Post – thank you for clicking through to help me keep my blog ad-free As with many things in life, I have many things left undone. I have big aspirations, huge expectations of myself, and yet many of these seemingly easy and rhythmic… Continue reading February 2017: Books we’re Reading
November 1. Every year we gear up for it. We print our booklets, we dream about the stories we want to write, then November 1 - we get started! This is a challenge really of all ages. If you can communicate, you can participate! When my children were younger, I'd simply type the stories they… Continue reading NaNoWriMo 2016: Do You NaNoWriMo?