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.
A few years ago, when my little wranglers were knee-high to a grasshopper, I took them to the Chisholm Trail Days in Georgetown, Texas. They wrote a little blurb about it in the Georgetown View the year after we went if you wanted to get a glimpse of what it might have been like when you […]
UPDATE: When I started this blog, my homeschool kids were 5 and 7 (now those kiddos are GRADUATED and out of the house!). I have two more kids that are now 7 and 9, and we are beginning our KONOS journey over again! Yay! I’m reading my own blog for reminders. Strange how things […]
We’ve been studying about bread, grain and yeast through KONOS. It has been a fun unit. The unit doesn’t just include those three items, however… but we get to learn about different types of grains (lately we are on rice) and we are watching our food labels for grain products. The kids will get to […]
Glass blowing and glass art are extremely interesting… and the team at Houston Studio Glass put on an exceptionally educational demonstration at their studio not far from downtown Houston back in February of 2004. Here are a few things we learned on our trip (mind you that the group of children who attended were between […]
The trip to Galveston that we made in March of 2004 was not just for fun, although that is exactly what we had anyway! We were studying Kings and Queens in the KONOS Obedience Unit and were on a mission to include a field trip – even without much option for those types of things […]
Now in their 39th Season, the AD Players are a Christian-based Theater that provide wonderful plays for children and adults. Located in Houston, Texas and founded in 1967 by local actress, Jeannette Clift George, the A. D. Players boasts of being the nation’s oldest professional Christian theater. I didn’t know this when we went to […]