I am on a mission to reinvent the retro macaroni necklace.
Who's with me? Seriously guys-- With macaroni choices like these, who wouldn’t want to accessorize? I took a visit to the bulk section at Winco, a grocery store in our area, and I was so happy to find such a variety.
My little gal, Georgia Reese, wanted to make these necklaces as an activity at her fourth birthday party. She was thrilled to see the different colors and shapes.
One of the neat things about homeschooling is the constant learning and juggling that goes on. School never seems to have a beginning or an end. It just always is. I have heard the term “homeschool life” used synonymously with “The seamless life”, and I would have to agree.
Quick, fun science experiments at home and there is little clean up!
Ding, ding, ding, we have a winner!
With summer winding down it's time to start thinking about back to school and getting those little brains ready to start thinking again.
My three lovelies and I decided to take a whack at doing some science experiments. We searched the internet,( ok pinterest)! And found a few really great ideas. I let my kids choose our project based on time and materials we had.
For our first experiment they choose a glass of water and the changing arrow.
A fun and yummy way to practice colors and counting!
My older sister (yes, it was important that I mentioned that) is a kindergarten teacher and she is always doing fun little things with her two youngest daughters to foster academic growth and creativity. Since my youngest daughter is also in their age group, we get to benefit from these activities, too! "Yeah" for siblings who share their talents!