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Baby Pigeons Hatched!

Right after we moved into our home, we discovered this nest built by pigeons right off our 3rd story balcony. We thought there was only one egg, but it looks like mama hatched 2 baby birds! We finally got a

Posted in animals, science, video

Science Classics

The Geometry of Fruits and Vegetables Ooooo! Science! I’ve always been fascinated by science. I really enjoyed all of my science classes except Chemistry. I was feeling a bit daunted by the idea of learning science through classics. To me,

Posted in Classics for Youth, Classics Not Textbooks, Curriculum, science, Science Classics, Transcripts

A Brief History of Time

A Brief History of Time is a fascinating book. I am truly surprised at how detailed a “brief history” can be. I was very overwhelmed by the subject in the first few chapters, then I realized, this was going to

Posted in books, classics, Classics Not Textbooks, reviews, science

Botanical Garden Fieldtrip

We had the opportunity to go to the Grand Opening of the local botanical garden. Everything was free and we had a great time with some of our friends. We went into the butterfly house, which is about to be

Posted in fieldtrips, science

Marshmallow Canons

Chris LOVES making things. He says he is leaning towards becoming an Engineer. I think it would be an awesome career, based on his likes, dislikes, and abilities. He and his friend took apart the Marshmallow Guns he made the

Posted in Projects, science, Summer, video

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