Orange is to move and be moved.
ORANGE is inspired by various child development studies stating that—and I loosely paraphrase—movement, music and learning go together like cats and the Internet. Jumping. Hopping. Twisting. If it involves motor skills, it’s an orange. If it moves us to dance, like a good beat or a thumping rhythm, it’s orange. If moves us to tears, like a heartfelt rendition of Leonard Cohen’s Hallelujah, it’s orange, too.
We’re rereading the HARRY POTTER series, and we have some new activities inspired by Hogwarts.read more
My 7 year-old and I frequently play games while we walk, and one of these games is Spot and Spell, a simple but fun cooperative game.read more
As a fan of the 2012 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles animated series, a TMNT-themed set of unschooling activities was inevitable.read more
This summer, we set out on a quest to experience (or in a few worthy cases, re-experience) 35 new adventures.read more
A few specific examples of how we are fostering love of reading through two broad themes: STORIES and PLAY.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
Here are the 7 activities we did during a week inspired by The Doctor.read more
Philip Pullman’s HIS DARK MATERIALS trilogy inspired a week of learning activities.read more
Inspired by G’s new love of the Harry Potter series, we decided to do our own Hogwarts classes.read more