We have a new obsession in the house. And it all started with one of Cs stories. He was wondering if giant animals could destroy skyscrapers. My flippant reply was, “Kitten Kong could.” Which naturally lead to “What’s that?”
Now, I have a confession to make. Before my son came along, I liked Mythbusters…but I didn’t love Mythbusters. My son though – Mythbusters is his raison d’etre. He has been obsessed since he was 2 years old. The best present for his birthday is another season of Mythbusters. Continue reading “The Adam Savage School of Homeschooling”
Crafting is a very important part of our homeschooling. It helps develop hand-eye coordination, and manual dexterity. We’ve also found it’s great for creativity and science exploration. Almost any subject can have crafting in it – good for busy fingers and visual-spacial learners like C.
Continue reading “How We Homeschool – Part 5: The Joy of Crafting”
Sorry about the long delay in posting – life caught up with us and tsunami’ed all over our schedules. It happens. But without more ado, here’s Part 4.
For homeschooling, our no. 1 resource is the internet. It has completely changed the way learning can be done. Today I will outline some of the amazing resources we use on a regular basis. Of course there are the wonderful websites I’ve written about earlier, but there are also:
Continue reading “How We Homeschool – Part 4: Documentaries and Online”