Monthly Archives: May 2014

Lets stop gender Stereotypes. Lets raise a generation of loving accepting people instead.

This has nothing (and everything) to do with being grateful and homeschooling. This post may not be what you are hereView full post »

Building pulleys

I set up a little area for creating pulleys (see it here) and it was seconds after I set it up (and I held them back forView full post »

Inviting engaging learning — The Pulley

For Christmas William was given this awesome book called How things work, he was instantly in love with it. He doesn&#View full post »

Wordless Wednesday

Today I am joining in the Wordless Wednesday linky party. Basically the rules are that you post a photo of somethingView full post »

Seed Store! Sage and William have seeds for sale!

The kids have been collecting seeds (see that here) and have decided that we have too many for us to use so are going toView full post »

Homemade and simple! Chalk paint/ sidewalk paint

Chalk paint (or sidewalk paint) is such a great way to get the kids outside and learning! How to make chalk paint. YouView full post »

Collecting seeds.

Will and Sage both love gardening! They have both been growing lots of fruit and vegetables this year. Whenever we growView full post »

INVITING & ENGAGING LEARNING SPACES – Less is more!

You may have seen our lovely butterfly basket? It is jam packed with beautiful butterfly items and the kids just loveView full post »

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