Purple is to sense and make sense.
In the PURPLE in our palette, we use our senses to investigate and make sense of our world, as well as things beyond our world. Curiosity. Questioning. Experimentation. Discovery. These are our big purple words. And if I’m to be completely honest, this one does fall under a traditional school subject area. It’s called Science.
We’re rereading the HARRY POTTER series, and we have some new activities inspired by Hogwarts.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
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
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
Every Sunday, G gets a paper especially curated for him with important, interesting, and strange news.read more
Inspired by G’s new love of the Harry Potter series, we decided to do our own Hogwarts classes.read more