That crazy “unschooling” word gets tossed around pretty regularly in the homeschooling community. Some people love the idea, and others think it’s a huge mistake. I think that the idea has merit, and the concept of locking our kids into 12 years of study in areas in which they have no interest is crazy. Isn’t […]
Scroll to around minute 17 in the video to see Mr. Mulvaney’s report: https://www.c-span.org/video/?447406-1/president-trump-meets-cabinet-lady-visits-texas-detention-center Share if you see fit, and I would love a lively (but respectful) discussion in the comments. Mr. Mulvaney, You made several good points during the cabinet meeting on June 21st. I agree with you, when you say that government is […]
Hobbies help bridge the gap between being needed by our kids and having something mentally stimulating to do. We can learn something new, start reading about a topic that interests us, or take a road trip with our significant other.
By now, our latest issue is beginning to arrive in the mailboxes of our subscribers – and you know something? I think it’s terrific that some of them are on the other side of the country. When we started this, it wasn’t so it could be a local thing – unique to the area in […]
Bitsbox is structured in a way that encourages thinking and creativity, and rewards the user with results. When there is a mistake, it lets you know where to look.
If you’re looking for a grab and go educational game, take a look at Professor Noggins’ card games. They’re easy to keep in the car for long rides, or toss in a backpack when we head out on our bikes.