Eyellusions at Sci-Tech Discovery Center Frisco TX

My family is always looking for educational fun in the Dallas area, and we were so excited to be invited to the Eyellusions exhibit at the Sci-Tech Discovery Center in Frisco.  If you’ve never checked out Sci-Tech Discovery Center, you are missing out on a unique experience.  The name says it all.  Children are able […]

Eat Your Science Homework with Ann McCallum

If you are a fan of hands-on learning to help your kids retain information and have fun, listen up!  Have you heard of any Ann McCallum Books yet?  We were able to review her book Eat Your Science Homework over the past few weeks.  It is full of recipes for children that actually double as science homework! The book […]

Standard Deviants Accelerate Review

Looking for online courses for your students?  Standard Deviants Accelerate is a resource that I was previously unfamiliar with.  We’ve been able to access their Homeschool Courses for review over the past several weeks, and I have been observing my 5th grade daughter as she’s checked out Fundamental Math and Arithmetic. SDA offers many homeschool courses for students […]

Perot Museum Creatures of Light Exhibit

A new traveling exhibit has opened at the Perot Museum as of October 31, 2015.  From now until February 21, 2016, you can visit the Creatures of Light: Nature’s Bioluminescence exhibition. This would make an awesome homeschool field trip or family fun event for anyone.  The Perot Museum is so much fun, with all the hands-on activities […]

Science Unit Studies for Homeschoolers and Teachers (review)

Science is a tough subject for me to teach, because I always want to incorporate all of my kids.  This makes it hard to use most curriculum, which are usually age or grade specific.  When I found out we would be reviewing a new book, I was ready to dig in.  Funtastic Unit Studies‘ book Science Unit […]