Looking for practical ways to teach your kids STEM topics? Today I share some suggestions for teaching your kids about STEM topics through everyday things like visiting the gas pump or watching sports. Continue Reading →
A major part of homeschooling involves teaching practical life-skills like how to fix cars.
OK, maybe not everyone needs to learn to fix a car but basic maintenance or knowing when to take your car to a mechanic are skills every homeschooler should learn.
If you have a budding mechanic or if you don’t think you can’t teach your kids to change the oil in a car, you can lean on these 7 YouTube channels to help you and your kids learn how to fix cars. Continue Reading →
When I heard about Girls That Make I reached out to them and asked for a sample project in exchange for a review here on the blog. They agreed and my daughter and I both couldn’t wait for it to arrive.
Subscription boxes have been around for years. The concept is really simple. You pay a monthly fee and receive either a project or box of goodies.
Girls That Make is a subscription box service that sends you wearable tech projects every month. Even though this is marketed to girls, my boys were dying to work on this project with my daughter and me. I held my ground and told them this was a project for the two of us. Continue Reading →
The classes are taught from a Christian perspective and they believe:
Their teachers have years of professional and teaching experience. Each of their teachers cares deeply about making students feel welcome to explore and discover. Continue Reading →