Monthly Archives: June 2013

Shaking My Head

We decided it was time to apply for 501(c)(3) status.  Our kids have been participating in LEGO Robotics and Destination Imagination teams.  Several area corporations have been willing to help them but in order for them to help we have … Continue reading

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Too Soon?

My daughter and I were looking at Dr. Who teapots.  I don’t know why except to say that the her crowd is wild about Dr. Who.  Anyway, we got to poking around on Amazon and we found this. A Titanic … Continue reading

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Creative Writing Prompts for LEGO Fans

This is too cute.  If you have a LEGO fan, these may be the writing prompts for you. Mary Prather, the author,  has some really cute writing prompts to get the kids thinking.  I can’t wait to try it out. … Continue reading

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Anniston Museum of Nature History – Field Trip week 2

Well,  I am way behind on posting the field trips.  We are actually on week 6…that doesn’t seem right…but it is I just check my calendar!   This week is a museum I have been wanting to go to forever. … Continue reading

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Mom’s Sweet and Sour Sauce

I finally remembered to get a copy of my mom’s Sweet and Sour Sauce.  She has been making this since we lived in Japan when I was little.   I think I  have been trying to remember to get the … Continue reading

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Mill Trip Assignment

Well, my squirts are feeling a little betrayed.   By unschooling, they didn’t see the reading that was going to be done to reinforce the trip.   I am making them listen to or read books that supplement each trip. … Continue reading

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Fall’s Mill Field Trip – Part 2

The first part of the Mill tour focussed on its current product – grain.  The downstairs are all about grain production along with a refrigerator full of freshly milled flours. The upstairs of the mill is devoted to its history. … Continue reading

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