Spring Fling or Fried: Figuring Out Who Should Teach Your Kids

One would think that springtime is a lovely time of year full of sunshine, fun, and celebration. The truth of the matter for many homeschool families is actually far different. For many of us, spring heralds allergy season, sleep deprivation from Daylight Savings Time, and a host of ceremonies celebrating various accomplishments and achievements. If […]

Top 5 Tips for Fun Travel THIS Summer

Posted by on May 5, 2017 in Homeschool Activities | No Comments

As summer approaches, a lot of us are thinking about one thing: vacation! In making plans, French teachers like myself inevitably are thinking about traveling abroad. Maybe this is the year of your European adventure? Or, maybe you’re planning a trip to a new place in the States? No matter what you choose, these tips […]

Cheap Culture – Enjoying Museums for Free (or Almost Free)

“Do you want to get into museums, but can afford it?  Do you want to know the admission hacks to get in for free or cheap?  Read on! We would all agree that museums, science centers, and historical sites are wonderful and educational spaces. They may even cross over in your mind to inspirational. But […]

Why Go to a Museum If I Have the Web?

Posted by on Mar 22, 2017 in Homeschool Activities | No Comments

The Curious Truth Art history education online seems like the most wonderful pursuit. I have the wealth of the world’s museums at my fingertips as I peruse some of my favorite sites, like the Met or even Google Arts and Culture. People can virtually sit in a chair and enjoy any major museum around the […]