I honestly don’t know who loves the park more me or the kids!!!!  We are part of a wonderful homeschool village. We gather often  at least for park days to let the kids get out and run off some energy. So much more is happening than running and playing!! Kids are make connections. Forming friendships. but […]

Come Join us in the Magic Tree House

We love reading, Magic Tree House Books by Mary Pope Osborne. Many of the Magic Tree House  books also have wonderful research guides to go with them. Full of “facts behind the fiction” (the back of  the book Leprechauns and Irish Folklore) they have lead to so much more learning after finish the story. My son spent […]

St Patricks Day From the History Channel

  I Recived this in an Email from the HistoryChannel          Visit our special St. Patrick’s Day website! Each year on March 17th, waves of green sweep through major American cities as hundreds of thousands of people participate in St. Patrick’s Day events nationwide. features a special interactive website which includes […]

Our Newest passion Lap Books

Our latest passion Lap booking!!! We have created them on Sharks, Lizards, we are working on one on Space, and will be doing on weather as part of our Nim’s Island literature study. It is a great way to wrap up a unit study as we are doing with one on space. To learn about […]

Nim’s Island Part 1

Today we are starting a Literature study on the book Nim’s Island. I found it at We are doing it with some friends The children are ages 2-11 so I have modified it a bit from what the website says. Today is day one we will be reading the first chapter of the book […]

Are you an Unschooler?

I often get asked if we are unschoolers. I never know how to answer that question. What do they mean by unschooler? Do they mean relaxed homeschooler, or radical unschooler? Or just unschooling for school but not the rest of life? And how do you really separate the two! • We don’t use a curriculum […]

About Me

I am very excited to be here! I am a 30 something Mom to three amazing kids. (7 ½ , 6 and 2 ½) I have a degree in early childhood development and before having my babies I worked in child care and as a nanny for many years. I honestly never thought I would […]