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Shakespeare! (Plus Free Scripts)

I haven’t been posting much in the last few weeks because two events have taken over our lives – Destination Imagination (more on that in a post soon) and Shakespeare. 807 more words


Never Talk To Strangers

We’ve all been told to never talk to strangers and we probably all said the exact same thing to our kids. Easy to remember, right? Or maybe not so much. 501 more words


Ask Away!

“My mother made me a scientist without ever intending to. Every other Jewish mother in Brooklyn would ask her child after school: “So did you learn anything today?” But not my mother, “Izzy,” she would say, “did you ask a good question today?” That difference – asking good questions – made me become a scientist.”

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Celtic Homeschooling

It is no secret that one of my greatest joys is the discovery of Celtic Christian spirituality.

When we left the city, I was no longer able to attend a Messianic congregation, so I was essentially presented with three options: Anglican, Methodist or stay at home. 573 more words


I Need Air

The only thing in this world that I want is oxygen! My daily question to myself is “Why am I here?” It’s starting to consume my thinking and ability to just relax and breathe. 16 more words


March and April Summer Activities

Here are our summer activities so far…

Started our summer this year with some simple art lessons. Given that I am not really an art-enthusiast (see 3rd photo), pardon the simplicity of our outputs. 247 more words


The Schooled Mind

The schooled mind is a consequence of imposed visions and definitions for the future. It crowds out the vision of the deschooled mind — the vision of the student left alone from imposed systems. 275 more words