My Two Favorite Vacation Spots

My Two Favorite Vacation Spots

A few weeks ago my 10-year old daughter, Mary Grace, came to me in a panic. “Mom, I have the worst problem. Ever.” Although the situation sounded grim, I’ve learned to control my response until after I’ve heard what’s actually going on....
Worldschool 101

Worldschool 101

The moment I first heard the word worldschool, I fell in love with the concept. If you aren’t familiar with the phrase yet, just wait. A quick search produced tons of information calling worldschooling the “hot new buzz word” and “a trend...
FREE Printable Solar Eclipse Memory Page For Kids

FREE Printable Solar Eclipse Memory Page For Kids

I love this FREE Solar Eclipse Memory Page from Life of A Homeschool Mom. As she describes “This worksheet is a great way for your children to document their experience watching the 2017 solar eclipse. It also makes a great keepsake to to document their viewing...
Friday Favorite: Tiger Tribe Travel Products

Friday Favorite: Tiger Tribe Travel Products

One Hundred And Fifty. That is a rough estimate of the number of hours my children spent in the car on road trips this summer. And really, I think that number is actually on the low side as I just factored in miles (not traffic.) It would be easy to assume they are...
Round-Up of Eclipse Tips

Round-Up of Eclipse Tips

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’re probably aware that there’s a Solar Eclipse happening soon. I truly had no idea 3 months ago when I wrote The Great American Eclipse: Coming August 21st that it was going to be such a THING! Holy cow-...
The Museum of Science: Boston, Massachusetts

The Museum of Science: Boston, Massachusetts

  One of the downfalls that comes from traveling a lot is getting high standards. When you have a huge number of places to compare to, you can’t help but measure everything against the best. Our family visits science centers all over the country. It likely goes...
A Trip To Celebrate America’s Independence

A Trip To Celebrate America’s Independence

I’m a firm believer that ALL travel is good for kids. It takes them out of their comfort zone and introduces differences. It allows families quality time together away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life. And finally, it can be a  phenomenal educational...

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