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Category Archives: Field trip
It is my very humble opinion that much of our world’s current malaise is due to what Richard Louv, author of Last Child in the Woods, coined as “Nature Deficit Disorder”. Getting out in nature has always been an experience … Continue reading
I’m a big believer in learning from the source. It’s good to learn from books, but much better to learn from experiencing or observing things first-hand. Check out your local area for free to low cost events that might be … Continue reading
It’s that season again – time for historical re-enactments. Kicking off this years events was the Civil War Days at a local pioneer settlement. We first stopped off at a print shop and learned how they made newspapers once upon … Continue reading
This past Sunday we got the chance to go to see a Civil War Re-enactment at Naper Settlement in Naperville, IL. Confederate telegraph operator Geo. “Lightening” Ellsworth Playing along with the musicians (M and K are the two girls wearing … Continue reading
Yes, that is a Giant Operation Game. When the tongs hit the sides, there was a noise and light. Dr. K using a defibrillator with nurse E assisting. M exploring gravity and acceleration. K making music on this really cool … Continue reading
It’s been a while since I posted any activities for the kids. We haven’t done any super neat projects (not much that’s blog worthy anyway) in a while but we did go on a nice little road trip this past … Continue reading
Check out our pictures from the trip we took yesterday at my other blog Raising Smart Girls. We enjoyed it so much we spent 8 hours there!
1. Went to the Indianapolis Children’s Museum. 2. Went to the Indianapolis Zoo – the best part was when watched dolphins swim over our heads in the underwater dome. 3. Visited a dairy farm and learned about dairy farming and … Continue reading
We had a fantastic experience at the world’s largest children’s museum this week: Indianapolis Children’s Museum on Monday. They had some really fun exhibits like the Lego Castle exhibit, the Egyptian exhibit, Comic Book Heroes, a Steam Engine, Scienceworks and … Continue reading