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Homeschool Highlights: Halloween, Bagels, and Pioneer Woman

To say we’ve had an eventful week would be an understatement. We had plenty of regularly scheduled items as well as an impromptu field trip. Here’s the highlights. Monday, we spent the day figuring out the science of yeast, by baking bagels. It was tons of fun, and I learned a lot… oh yeah, Hanna did … Continue reading

Kitchen Science: Making Bagels

Kitchen Science Making Bagels

My kiddo is in love with science, and she loves baking. She was intrigued when I told her baking is all about chemistry. I’m not sure she actually believed me. 🙂 We’d been talking about making bagels for a while, so it was a perfect time to show her baking is more than fun, it’s … Continue reading

Homeschool Highlights: The Week We Got Duke

homeschool highlights the week we got duke

What a busy week we’ve had, some planned things and some seriously unplanned events this week. Let’s just dive in. Monday our bookkeeper came out to work on the books and brought her adorable little kiddo. Hanna spent the morning entertaining her. What great practice for becoming a babysitter! That night we had parent’s night … Continue reading

Stem Challenge ~ Natural Disaster Edition

STEM Challenge Natural disaster edition

Last week we tried something new. An impromptu stem challenge. 🙂 Hanna wanted to do more science, so I looked through our STEAM Kids book and found a project she could work on independently. (Have I mentioned how much I love our STEAM Kids book, and now there’s another STEAM Powered Kids book all about the … Continue reading

Homeschool Week In Review (Year 1 Week 10)

Lat week we had some mysterious health stuff going on. We’ve figured it out though and we’re back on track this week. We learned a lot, and had a ton of fun doing it. 🙂 Here’s the highlights.  We started using the History Mysteries book to help pull more history into our days, and started with … Continue reading

Meal Planning Math Lesson

Meal Planning math ~ YouReallyCanHomeschool.com

Today we decided to try something new when it came to math. It’s our meal planning day, so instead of me doing the planning, I handed it over to Hanna. She’d picked up the Healthy Meals for Less cook book last week at the library. The book claims to share recipes that are under a dollar … Continue reading