We had some ornaments in our stash that were a bit old and ugly. Elizabeth and I decided to give them a refresh. Here is what they looked like before. They were orange and black,[…]Read more
Part 1. Introduction. Many families are educating their kids at home this year. This looks different for each family and comes with hundreds of decisions and questions. I’m here to help! In this episode, I will identify some common questions and insecurities you may have as you educate at home.
I hope that identifying these questions will be validating for you and I will attempt to answer some of them in future podcasts.Read more
Summer of the Monkeys by Wilson Rawls I love this book. I bet you would love it too. It is about a boy, Jay Barry, who tries to catch a troop of monkeys which were[…]Read more
This week E worked on a science lesson from Mystery Science. Here is the link to this awesome lesson. It answers the question, “If you floated down a river, where would you end up?” She[…]Read more
My favorite fall tradition is making these funny leaf people. We love to make them as a family. This is a great project for kids age 3-103. Collages like this are a great way to[…]Read more
This podcast will explore how to build trust in allowing kids to use art tools. Join Clara and Alicia Moulton as they talk about doing art with kids and how to use art supplies without[…]Read more
Over the past year, Stan has been teaching us to make wood cut prints. Here are some tips and tricks for if you want to make one too! Be sure to check out our shop[…]Read more