As I mentioned in a past posts, we are using Little Passports (affiliate link) for our geography “spine”. The fifth kit that comes with the Little Passports World Edition subscription is Egypt. As usual, I created a printable mapping Egypt worksheet. This worksheet includes all of the places that are covered in the Little Passport online activities. After the map, you’ll find the Egypt unit plan that we used. We kind of got carried away with Egypt and did a full unit on ancient Egypt as well. Below is the outline of books, websites, and projects that I came up with, though we were not able to finish all of them.
Sugar Scrubs Attract Ants Last spring, I posted about a Vanilla Sugar Body Scrub that I made for Sola. It worked great until we moved into an apartment with ants. Yikes! I never thought about ants before that as we never had them in our house! After the apartment, even once we moved into this […]
I was recently sent a copy of a lovely Waldorf-inspired book, entitled Seasons of Joy and I just had to share it with all of you. Seasons of Joy, written by Claudia Marie Lenart, tells the story of the changing seasons via gorgeous wool paintings of children playing outdoors and exploring the unique gifts that […]
I have to make a lot of my food from scratch now, because my nephrologist has put me on a low sodium diet. I do love pizza though, so I have been refining my pizza crust recipe over the last few months and am very happy with the results of this recipe. I used to […]
Embed from Getty Images Many of us, from both sides of the political spectrum, are marching in protests for the first time in our lives. Protest signs are a great way to add your own personal touch to a march, but if you’ve never marched in a single protest before, you may wonder how to […]