A culinary kid is the one that meets you in the kitchen as soon as the coffee is poured each morning to see if there is something he or she can help make. Before you know it, they graduate from cookies and scrambled eggs to chicken marsala and enchiladas.
I cultivated a non-toy gift list for different age groups and interests over the years. Some of the ideas remain completely physically object-free (like classes) while some incur a need to be stored or re-purposed/recycled. Below are some of our favorites non-toy gift ideas we have either given or received.
Pumpkins and mums are everywhere, night descends earlier and earlier, and tales of witches and monsters abound. During the Halloween season we read spooky stories and dark tales into mid November. Below are a few of our favorite classics along with some beyond the book suggestions.
Below is a book list for Thomas Edison titles for ages 5 to 18.
Welcome to the Procrastinator’s Guide to Homeschooling the Solar Eclipse. Whether you are in the totality or participating from your living room, this post is for those of us who have waited until now to officially get ready. Below is a small list of resources to help you throw together your eclipse day quickly.