Blogging Through the Alphabet, Recipes

R is for Rocky Roads Travel Mix {Blogging Through the Alphabet}

There is nothing like cruising down the road with the windows rolled down and a warm breeze blowing through your hair. Your favorite tunes playing on the radio and the sunshine warming your arm as it lays along your driver’s door…wait…what warm breezes? Fall is totally creeping into the air and the tunes coming from the radio are likely whatever…

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Field Trips, Wordless Wednesday

Our Visit to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights {Wordless Wednesday}

On our recent road trip to Winnipeg Manitoba, we managed a quick visit to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights. This is an amazing facility and I could spend hours there. So much to see and so much to learn. I was quite taken by the display about the Acadians being removed from Nova Scotia and scattering to various parts…

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Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews, Online Learning

Learning Latin with Roman Roads Media {My Review}

Up until now my only experience with Latin has been from singing in our church choir but this summer we’ve had the opportunity to check out the online subscription to Picta Dicta Natural World from Roman Roads Media. (Thankfully they have generously provided us with a 14-month subscription since the only word I knew in the first set of lessons was “agnus”, a…

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Blogging Through the Alphabet, Recipes

Q is for Quick and Easy Quesadilla {Blogging Through the Alphabet}

If there is one thing our grandson loves it’s a yummy quesadilla so I had no doubt this would be my recipe for the letter Q. We all love Mexican food so when EJ moved up from eating baby food and was looking for something on the menu at our favorite restaurant, a cheese quesadilla was the sensible choice. A…

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Homeschool, Homeschool Reviews, Online Learning

GrammarPlanet {My Review}

We’ve recently had the opportunity to review the online learning program, GrammarPlanet. This language arts program is the product of the partnership of Erin Karl (her mother developed the Analytical Grammar program and Erin followed in her footsteps and became a teacher) and Jerry Bailey (he’s the technology guy and an expert in his field as well). Since this program…

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Wordless Wednesday

A Visit to the Manitoba Museum {Wordless Wednesday}

We are spending the Labour Day week in Winnipeg, Manitoba and had the opportunity to visit the main galleries of the Manitoba Museum. It’s quite an amazing place! I think our favorite exhibit was The Nonsuch Gallery where you can step aboard this replica of the small ketch that actually sailed in salt and fresh water for four years before…

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Blogging Through the Alphabet, Recipes

P is for Pasta Salad

Summer seems to have passed by so quickly this year, it’s hard to believe we are heading into the Labour Day long weekend already! In honour of this last barbecue season of summer I thought I’d share my daughter’s favorite pasta salad. She got the recipe several years ago from a friend in Nova Scotia and has added her own…

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Family Travel, Wordless Wednesday

Our Visit to the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village {Wordless Wednesday}

We recently had a wonderful visit to the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Museum just east of Edmonton, Alberta. I’m working on a post for Homeschooling with Heart about our visit but thought I would share some of our pictures here today on Wordless Wednesday. Enjoy! For more Wordless Wednesday fun please visit Wendy at Life at Rossmont.  

5 Days of Homeschool Encouragement, Family Travel, Homeschool

Keeping it all Together on the Road ~ 5 Days of Homeschool Encouragement – Friday Favorites

Here we are on Day 5 of our blog hop. Today I’m sharing my favorite tips for homeschooling on the road for Friday Favorites. Enjoy! Click…hmmm, normally this isn’t a bad sound except when it comes from your closing car door just as you realize your keys are not in your hand where they should be but, instead, are lying…

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