This post contains affiliate links, which means I receive a small amount of money and you are granted the opportunity to support a starving blogger if you make a purchase using these links. The Prep Work There was so much that went into impressionism that I spent the entire weekend reading art teacher blog, after… Continue reading Claude Monet- Art History for Tots
This post contains affiliate links, which means I receive a small amount of money and you are granted the opportunity to support a starving blogger if you make a purchase using these links. The Prep Work This summer we will be traveling around the world; in preparation, we needed to review our global basics! What… Continue reading Continents and Landform- Geography for Tots
A week (well three days) focused on the late and great Frida Kahlo for toddlers to elementary!
Despite my grandparents dragging me through art museum after art museum as a child, I have absolutely no clue when it comes to Art History. It's a class, that as I grow older, I wish I had taken while my college was paid for, but up until attending the incredibly enlightening Christopher Moore Book Reading… Continue reading A Summer of Art History For Tots Overview
It was two Thanksgivings ago that we drove B from the Tennesee Valley to the Big Easy. He would only be staying one of the three nights we would be there before flying home to his mom in Colorado that next morning. By the time we managed our way through the Thanksgiving rush of the… Continue reading Finding Our Rhythms in Our Family Playbook
The next day was a quiet one, having had my share of adventure I thought I'd tackle less exciting measures than decaying, possibly haunted barns full of bounties of luxury from a world past. Instead I decided to tackle more normal enterprises, such as the community bicycle. "It's an adult sized bike but perhaps you… Continue reading Day Dreams and Dinner Parties
"Jess," Chase called. I looked, and where there was once only particles of dust floating in those rays of light from the hole in the floor above, now swung a rope, and I bolted. I could feel a presence following me, like a cold chill clinging to my back as I grabbed the rope. Chase,… Continue reading C is for Campfire Confessions
The false wooden floor hit the ground with a loud smashing sound, sending me catapulting into the unexplored darkness. Chase ran to the ledge, I could see the light between the shadows of the old barn cast upon his face, a face full of worry and concern. "Do you see anything," he asked. I rubbed… Continue reading B is For Best Friend
The bed and breakfast was a worn Gothic revival quilted from the foundation to its rooftop in white paint chips. It seemed to hunch over amongst a clearing scattered with oaks that were adorned with drooping feathery moss hanging from their limbs. Set back beyond the carriage house which stood taller than the house itself… Continue reading A is for Abandoned Barn
"Stop giving the people in your life homework," a friend of mine said when I discussed my struggle to receive any feedback from friends or family on my memoir I completed last fall. A writer cannot have a career without an audience, homework is just kind of part of the having a writer in your… Continue reading 5 Super Easy Ways to Support Your Blogger Friends
When I first opened the Math Concepts book I didn't really know what sort of challenges I would be facing. I wanted my five-year-old daughter to understand counting, something that had been an ongoing battle for years. But when I started the first lesson, and then the second, and then the third from this book… Continue reading Comparing Quantities: STEM for Tots
Having a popular name that no one can remember.