G(r)owing with the flow

Our homeschool life seems to flow. We have finally come into a rhythm again after being away for the Summer and finally I feel I can sit down and breathe. We’ve drastically lowered screentime. Where before as an unschooler I didn’t really feel like regulating, I observed that my boys are happier for it when […]

How to make Salt Snowflake Watercolor Art

When you’re painting a scene in which it’s snowing, it’s impossible to leave hundreds of tiny specks of white across your painting. The secret is to take the salt from your kitchen and use it in your painting. Memo to me: We have to do this more often and improve our technique. Step by step: […]

How to make Ice Marbles

With all the frost, this is the perfect time to make ice marbles. We filled up a couple of balloons with a couple drops of food coloring and water and layed them outside so they could get frozen. When they were frozen we peeled of the balloon. They look like giant marbles! You don’t have […]

How to make Snowflakes

Making Snowflakes Yesterday we were at a friends place and she was making snowflakes. That was so much fun. So today, we are making snowflakes too. Lots of snowflakes. It is not that hard to do and the fun part is, that you can create your own snowflake. Just make sure that you don’t completely […]

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