Category Archives: science

Covid-19: This Lady Nails It

April 2020 What We Should All Be Doing Right Now!  [3:37]   I especially love when she reminds me that baking a cake counts for “Math, Science AND Art.” ♠

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Kids’ Quarantine Studio

Tuesday, April 21st 2020 There may be a lot not going well. But it is “vacation” here in Corona Quarantine and today the kids have turned their bedroom into a maker’s space. He’s modifying the design to his cardboard pinball … Continue reading

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Homeschool Headmistress: Rant of Desperation

Tuesday, April 14th 2020 (Please note this rant is from the day *before* things were coming to a head.  Now that we’re coming out the other side it feels safer to post, mostly just for posterity in this historical time.  … Continue reading

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