2018 GSPAC – Zone 1: Kitchen, Day 5: Dishwasher/kitchen table/floor

2018 GSPAC – Zone 1: Kitchen, Day 5: Dishwasher/kitchen table/floor

Today wrapped up the first week of my 5th Annual Great Summer Purge and Clean: The Kitchen Zone. Today I focused on cleaning/organizing the top of my dishwasher (it’s a portable, and a magnet for piles of crap), cleaning the kitchen table (which wasn’t actually too bad, for a change), and thoroughly steam cleaning the kitchen floor…which was pretty bad, […]

Generation Genius

Generation Genius

I saw an ad in my Facebook feed today that intrigued me. An ad for a new video streaming service for science videos! Immediately got MY attention, especially with all the way cool experiments in the video! He’s called the Dancing Scientist, and here’s his YouTube channel. The service that he’s doing is called Generation Genius. After watching the ad […]

APP REVIEW: Dragonbox Math

APP REVIEW: Dragonbox Math

  Dragonbox ROCKS!! I have enjoyed these apps for years! I swear I enjoy the apps as much, maybe more than, my kids! If you haven’t heard of Dragonbox yet…its a company that gamifies math. Specifically algebra. They now also have other math games, it looks like. I’ve only played their algebra apps. But judging by the quality and fun […]

Easter funny

Easter funny

I just found this in my blog drafts…I apparently had written this up really quick on Easter so I wouldn’t forget it…then forgot to post it, woops!  Well, here it is…better late than never!! An Easter funny for your enjoyment: My 17yr old daughter is just as funny as her dad…just overheard: (Discussing dad needing to get up so the […]

MUSIC REVIEW: Free to Be…You and Me

MUSIC REVIEW: Free to Be…You and Me

  If you grew up in the 70s, you’re familiar with “Free to Be…You and Me“. It was a project by Marlo Thomas created to “encourage post-1960s gender neutrality, saluting values such as individuality, tolerance, and comfort with one’s identity. A major thematic message is that anyone—whether a boy or a girl—can achieve anything.”   It is an and featuring songs […]

Homeschooling with Les Miserables

Homeschooling with Les Miserables

I am a Les Miserables enthusiast.  Fangirl. Fanatic. Let’s just say I have a passion for this story, the characters and the music… And as such, I’ve tried to find ways to bring it into not just our family life, but into our homeschooling… First, a little background: I went to high school in NJ and we saw NYC tv commercials […]

New Booklist Page!!

New Booklist Page!!

This is very exciting! I discovered something that allows me to upload my booklist spreadsheets to my website with ease!! Check out my first page that I did this on: Children’s Historical Fiction Series, Chronological Order And this link will always be available in the sidebar, under “Book Lists”, so you can easily find it again! And that is also […]