After a few days in D.C., we decided to take a train up to Baltimore the day before flying home. We planned on touring a submarine and maybe walking around after that. What we didn’t expect was the adventure we … Continue reading An Afternoon in Baltimore – Family Travel
One thing that excited us about Washington D.C., aside from the fantastic deal on airfare, was that many of the museums around the city are free. That’s right – FREE! If you’re looking for a fun and educational trip for … Continue reading 3 Things to do with kids in Washington D.C.
Recently, my 5 year old proclaimed that his goal is to see all 50 US states, and as many countries as he can. Of course, we’re fully on board with helping him achieve this. With that in mind, and needing … Continue reading Thundering Falls, Vermont – Family Travel
We recently came home from Cape Cod. During the first few minutes of being home, I was happy to be out of the car after a long drive. Soon after, though, I started thinking about our next trip. This feeling … Continue reading Between Trips: Coping with Wanderlust
Cape Cod has become a family tradition. For a few years now, we’ve traveled there once or twice a year with my parents to enjoy the beach and surroundings. Dennis had become our usual spot, but after some flooding we … Continue reading Cape Cod September 2017 – Family Travel
Coding. This was one subject that I knew little about, and I’m learning right along with our son. In this video, I share some books that have helped us get started! BTW we are in Cape Cod this … Continue reading Help your homeschoolers with coding – tips and book recommendations
If you’ve been following us for a while, you’ll know that we love to travel. Some dream of seeing the world once they have an empty nest, but we wanted to experience traveling as a family. There’s just something about … Continue reading Why we Love Family Travel
While I’ve posted videos on this topic, there were some who still needed more guidance. So, I decided to put together a guide and workbook that parents can print out and use time and time again in their Child-led Homeschool journey. The guide takes you step by step through the process we’ve used over the years, and has a workbook at the back that you can fill out for each interest and keep your thoughts organized. Parents, if you’re having a hard time coming up with ways to get your kids more engaged, I recommend giving this guide a try. … Continue reading Creating your Own Curriculum – a guide and workbook!
Raise your hand if your kids love Minecraft! If you clicked on this, I’m sure they do. In today’s video, I discuss the ways we use Minecraft as part of our homeschooling. Do you have any other ideas … Continue reading Homeschool using Minecraft
We love to travel, and it’s easy to incorporate learning when we do! In this video, I share how we used learning with our trip to Iceland, to inspire ideas for your next trip. If you would like … Continue reading Learning on the go!