I have to admit that being a student of STEM subjects and “best teaching practices” is a very new topic for me. It was only this past year, as a matter of fact, that I realized just how interested our youngest daughter was in science and technology (the S and T in STEM). (Yes, she […]
My little caboose threw me for a loop a while back, no I mean she REALLY threw me for a loop: I discovered she’s into STEM activities! Even after knowing her learning style…and thus developing her artistic side (through dance and drama, which she enjoys quite a bit), this revelation that she “loves Science” – and […]
How to keep your homeschool organized – online Sometimes it takes just the right online planning software… This is a Sponsored Post. I was asked to write a review in exchange for a product or service. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.You can find more info on our Affiliate/Disclosure Page. Thank you so much […]
This is a Sponsored Post. We were asked to write a review in exchange for a product or service. However, all thoughts and opinions are our own.You can find more info on our Affiliate/Disclosure Page. Thank you so much for your support! I don’t usually write about this, but I have to admit Carol Brady […]
Many of you are familiar with our weekly Link Parties. For us, they’ve been a wonderful source of ideas, inspiration, and quite honestly, friendships! From time to time we “visit” Caroline from TheModestMomBlog at her Modest Monday party, and from her we first heard about ePantry.
As a new and young mom, I used to roll my eyes (most of the time to myself) when people would say “Enjoy these days, they fly by so quickly…” so I wouldn’t dare use that phrase in a letter to a younger me. But here is what I would want to communicate… We use Affiliate Links in […]
Well, it’s official! Spring has sprung here in the South, and that means plenty of fun stuff to do outside!
Just a heads up: here’s a peek into my mind…St. Patrick’s Day always gets me excited about “green”…and “green” always gets me excited about spring…and for SOME strange reason, spring always brings me ’round to thinking about (my) good health, and all the things I could/should be doing better!
October is National Orthodontics Health Month, a celebration that many parents might not exactly be doing “the happy dance” about, but nevertheless often plays a significant part in a family’s life!
This is not your usual book on parenting. It does not look at psychological factors; instead, it looks in your grocery cart.