Kids learn a lot of isolated skills in school especially now with standardized testing. Destination Imagination let kids put into practice all their learned knowledge
My son’s school throws a festival each year with carnival games, food, and an auction. This year’s lead wanted to take on a more ambitious
I recently took a Cheesemaking 101 class at Solstice Sun Farm in Anderson, IN. The owner, Mel, is in a hippie FB group with me.
Having lived in Saigon, Los Angeles, Houston, and Austin, I am never prepared for the winters in the Midwest. But it does get better every
Whenever I run into former students, one of the things they always mention are the silkworms. I loved raising silkworms in the classroom because there are
I have always been a collector of beautiful handmade paper. After the initial investment (~$50) for supplies, it’s a fairly easy process to make your
We went to the bay area recently and while at Delores Park, we saw a man come out of nowhere and started making giant bubbles.
Whenever I waited in line with my kids at some event for their turn to get a balloon animal, I always wondered where these people
While working in the garden, we’ve been finding a lot of roly-polys. The kids love to hold them and see them roll up into balls.
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