Atlanta, Georgia has many destinations that are absolutely perfect for homeschool field-trips. Our new favorite is Zoo Atlanta! As Atlanta's oldest cultural destination, this spot is rich in history. Zoo Atlanta is FILLED with every animal imaginable (including my favorite...which you may be ... Read More about Georgia Homeschool Field-Trips – Zoo Atlanta
Morning Time is time set aside with your children to learn about subjects which order their affections towards truth, goodness, and beauty. If you haven't read last week's post about What Morning Time is and why we do it, go ahead and check that out here. Because today we are going to be talking ... Read More about Morning Time Plans For Fall
What is morning time? Morning Time is an hour or so set aside in the day to gather your children and study subjects that will order their affections towards truth, goodness, and beauty. If you are reading about Morning Time for the first time today, that can sound MUCH scarier than it is! Our ... Read More about What is Morning Time and Why Do We Do It?
Our daughter, Piper, recently turned 7-years-old. Piper has Down syndrome and she LOVES to stir, pour, scoop, and dig. What better birthday gift than a DIY Sensory Table!?! Studies have shown that sensory play is one of the very best ways to aid in the development of young children, whether they ... Read More about DIY Sensory Table for Kids
Chili (especially when made in a Crock-Pot) is an easy meal that feeds a crowd! This white chicken chili recipe is a twist on traditional chili because it's made with chicken and chicken stock. The ingredients are hearty enough to keep you full, yet don't have the heaviness that red chili can have. ... Read More about White Chicken Chili for a Crowd