August 31, 2012

Our Homeschool School Room(s) 2012-2013

Not Back-to-School Blog Hop 2012

Lots of things have changed since I last posted about our school room. Since my last school room post, we moved to a new house. In fact, we moved to an entirely new state! Not only that, we have changed our school area in our current home twice since moving in! We “have school’” in …
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March 26, 2011

Growing Grass

Growing grass…nothing too special about that, right? Well, when you use a baking tray and fill it with miniature animals, all of a sudden growing grass becomes VERY exciting and LOTS of fun! Before it got cold last year, that is exactly what we did! All you need is: a baking pan (or some sort of shallow container) …
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December 29, 2010

REAL Snowflakes {How to Catch Your Own}

Did you know that REAL snowflakes really do look like snowflakes? Sounds kinda funny, but I have never thought about looking at snowflakes until I saw the book The Story of Snow: The Science of Winter’s Wonder at the library and we had our first snow of the season! This book is really amazing! …
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September 27, 2010

How a Seed Grows {Science Sunday}

I have wanted to participate is Science Sunday for so long…and I have FINALLY gotten together one of our science projects from the early spring to post about. So, we read the super cute book How a Seed Grows and decided to duplicate the project in the book to see exactly how a seed …
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August 29, 2010

A Science Experiment of His Own…

One of my 3 year olds decided that he wanted to do a science experiment of his own. While the rest of us were upstairs, somehow JI snuck off downstairs and went in the candy drawer (aka the drawer that houses all of the sweets that I somehow end up with that I DON’T want the kids to eat). Realizing …
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