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Sprin 2017 Week 2

Art

Continuing with Pop Art: getting our canvases ready!

Chinese Culture led by Ms. Jennifer

Chinese Calligraphy

TEDxYouth@Columbia

As the only Ambassador Homeschool to our local TEDxYouth event, we are looking for high school homeschoolers and educators who would like to attend! 9 more words

Coop

Converting an Empty Barn Stall into a Chicken Coop

Since chick days are nearly here again, I’ve started thinking about how we built our chicken coop by converting a barn stall.  I know when I was originally planning my coop, I really wish I had seen more pictures of people who had larger coops and other converted stalls since I needed more inspiration, so I decided to share the love.   1,966 more words

Chickens

New Year, new cultural frame?

The previous year, 2016, has shown us that the entire world is in need of change, in particular in the ways that we see, or do not see, one another.  112 more words

Board Game Blitz: T.I.M.E. Stories

Immediate impressions of T.I.M.E. Stories. Tell us what you think of the new Board Game Blitz series, we’re just going to post five minutes of our first reactions after we complete a first run through of a new game. 20 more words

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Spring 2017 Week 1

Pop Art Tea Cups

Chinese Culture led by Ms. Jennifer

with a field trip to the local Buddhist Priory

Hidden Figures Movie Field Trip

A must see movie!

 

Coop

Quail Coop Version 2.

A month or so ago we posted drawings for a custom quail coop that was going to be built by a local vocational center. Unfortunately, this did not work out due to cost, and since then we have been looking for new options. 388 more words

Homesteading

Keep Your Chickens Warm in Winter

Just to let you know, I feel a little silly writing this because yesterday even though it’s the middle of January, it was 60-70 degrees! BUT a cold front is moving in in a few hours and it’s supposed to go from 55 to 30 and there is a chance of “Ice-mageddon” (That’s what Jeremy keeps calling it) tonight since rain is coming. 1,802 more words

Life On The Homestead