We were totally amazed when we walked into our local Broulim’s grocery store and saw this holiday train display!
For Christmas 2020, I bought my kiddos a copy of Mr. Willoughby’s Christmas Tree by Robert Barry. We were just delighted with the story and it’s going to be my first “Christmas School” post this year. In our homeschool, “Christmas School”, is combining a Christmas-themed book with a recipe, a craft activity, a field trip … Continue reading Christmas School #1 – Mr. Willoby’s Christmas Tree
In the past, I have participated in a “Five in a Row” Christmas ornament swap with friends of ours in North Carolina. Last year, 2020, I decided to just make ornaments for my family and begin replacing all of the Christmas ornaments that we lost in the fire. Here are the ornaments that I made … Continue reading Five in a Row Christmas Ornaments 2020
On the recommendation of my friend, RR, over at https://rookieroadsters.com/, we visited the Museum of Clean in Pocatello. This was such a fun museum. There were so many hands on activities and fascinating unique items to see. It was a homeschool STEAM dream covering subjects such as history, social studies, art, science, technology and engineering. … Continue reading Museum of Clean – Pocatello, Idaho
Now that we live in Idaho, I felt it was only proper to make a trip to the Idaho Potato museum in Blackfoot. The small museum was very interesting and educational. interesting potato cooking devices world’s biggest potato chip What’s your favorite type of potato? If I ever find one of these vintage potato sacks … Continue reading Idaho Potato Museum – Blackfoot, Idaho
“She wanted me to learn to be patient — to wait, and to trust the wisdom of others. That’s a very difficult thing to do, for it takes great strength to wait patiently.”Changes for Kaya, pg. 55 If you happened to see my previous post about our Felicity (1774) Unit Study, you might remember that … Continue reading American Girl: Kaya – American History Unit Study