This weekend we went to the Tellus Science Museum in Cartersville, Georgia. This is my son, Gabriel's, favorite museum of all time. Just their gift shop alone has him speechless. He is a huge fan of both their Fossil Gallery and their Mineral Gallery. I'm always impressed with it myself! I apologize now for the bombardment of pictures you are about to experience. We started our visit … [Read more...] about Our Day at the Tellus Science Museum
Our Day at the Atlanta Zoo
We decided to go to the Atlanta Zoo Sunday morning. It was a lovely day, slightly overcast and in the mid 70's. It was perfect! We began our tour of the zoo with the pink flamingos. Gabriel told us all about the flamingos food and that it was the food that gave them their pink coloring. We then came to the Elephant enclosure. She was giving herself a dust bath … [Read more...] about Our Day at the Atlanta Zoo
Little Passports: A Trip Around the World
**The link in this post is an affiliate link and I will receive a small commission if you make a purchase after clicking on my link. If you are looking to add a bit of geography to your homeschool adventure, then look no further than Little Passports! This is a fantastic geography subscription kit that your children receive in the mail each month. We chose the Little Passports World … [Read more...] about Little Passports: A Trip Around the World
Lions & Tigers & Bears, Oh My!
On Saturday, we decided to visit an animal sanctuary called Noah's Ark. We felt this would make a great family outing as well as an educational experience for us all. It is located just south of Atlanta, Georgia. I adore the mission behind this non profit sanctuary. They are dedicated to providing homes to injured, abused and orphaned animals, they provide a place of love for animals … [Read more...] about Lions & Tigers & Bears, Oh My!
What Homeschool Looks Like
The Science Festival in Atlanta, GA. is a very exciting experience for a science loving kid. It is a first for Gabriel as is the train ride to Centennial Olympic Park where all of the booths are set up! Gabriel had me put war paint on him before getting dressed....because that's what you do as a 7 year old boy about to go on an adventure! He may or may not have an obsession with J. R. R. … [Read more...] about What Homeschool Looks Like
What Homeschool Looks Like, A Compassion Experience
Last week I asked my son if he would like to go to the "Compassion Experience." I told him it was a way for him to experience how children in other countries live in poverty. It is approved for all ages and he was very interested. Compassion Experience The experience took us through the lives of three different children in the developing countries of India, Bolivia, and Uganda. It was a very … [Read more...] about What Homeschool Looks Like, A Compassion Experience