Brown is to solve.
The BROWN in our palette is a quest to find answers, explanations, or solutions, and the skills needed to help us out. These are puzzles, mazes, riddles, sequences, patterns, math and logic, to name a few. BROWN is anything that makes us scratch our heads and then later shout “I got it!” when we’re done.
As a fan of the 2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series, a TMNT-themed set of unschooling activities was inevitable.read more
It’s a few days after Halloween, and yes, we have candy. So we did an activity that allowed us to visualize the sugar content of a few familiar foods.read more
In this set of activities, we experiment with light and shadows, create our own monster slime, and play some of our favorite homemade games.read more
Learn a bit of History, Literature, Chemistry, Biology, Mathematics, Geography and Art. Through vampires.read more
Philip Pullman’s HIS DARK MATERIALS trilogy inspired a week of learning activities.read more
Every Sunday, G gets a paper especially curated for him with important, interesting, and strange news.read more
Made from foam boards, sandwich bags, and velcro, this vending machine is operated by my cute wizard.read more
When I find myself with idle time, usually when G takes classes such as Gymnastics or Music, I arm myself with a pencil, pens, and a Moleskine, and happily doodle the minutes away.read more