Calling all homeschool nature-loving mamas with elementary aged kids (or any age that wants to tag along). I’m starting a Mulberry Mama Online Homeschool Co-op group.
Are you ready to get your STEM learning on this school year? Well… I have you covered!!! If you are reading from an email, you’ll probably want to click the title of this post so you can see the images. Sorry, but the emailed version of my posts doesn’t show Amazon book covers or Instagram […]
Contemporary Austin – Laguna Gloria Museum is on the US National Register of Historic Places. It was built on land that was originally owned by Stephen F. Austin (whose name was taken for the Capital of Texas). The beautiful Italian inspired “villa” on the site was built later on by Clara Driscoll and her husband […]
I’m starting back up with my Field Trip Foto Friday Series that I started back in 2005 when I began blogging. In the interested of keeping things fresh for homeschoolers looking to take field trip adventures, I’m updating some of our favorite field trips in the past. This article originally posted in 2006. Austin (and […]
So the summer has begun. I officially quit adding to the weekly assignment list spiral over a week ago and we are in our first 2 month summer break in a long while. We have homeschooled year round by necessity for the past few years because of distractions (two of them who are 6 and […]
Sometimes wonderful things happen on the internet that leave you scratching your head. One of those things this past month has been my fortunate partnership with the National Honey Board. I’ve ALWAYS loved honey. Who doesn’t? I also love bees (as you might have noticed from my blog title and logo all these past 10 […]
“Just because I am different from you – please do not harm me”… says the dangerous looking caterpillar. Wouldn’t it be grand if everyone truly believed in not harming other living things? Life is precious. Hurt No Living Thing Hurt no living thing: Ladybird, nor butterfly, Nor moth with dusty wing, Nor cricket chirping cheerily, […]