homeschool menu planning
family life

homeschool menu planning

I began menu planning when I was a little girl. Kid you not. I thought hamburgers were a weekly necessity, so I created an alphabetic list for them. A for apple burgers, B for breakfast burgers, C for carrot burgers. Yikes. Good thing I didn’t use that one. I’m one of those moms. I like … Continue reading

homeschool science
homeschool

homeschool science

In this house, we love science. Discovering how things work, how they function, playing with ingredients, elements, physics boxes, and chemistry experiments, reading on plate tectonics or atomic theory, we’re all over science. (And it’s not because dad is a doc; he actually loves history). Chem C500. We’ve had three kids interested in chemistry. This … Continue reading

a tale of four grades
homeschool

a tale of four grades

I don’t have four kids homeschooling anymore. But I did. I have a teenager, studying at a high school level, who is very much as independent as a college student, waking herself for early morning on line classes, tracking her study hours, watching her deadlines, getting to town for her part time job. I have … Continue reading