Category Archives: Museums and Field Trips

Lots More Egypt Stuff: Lego Pyramids and More

Please pardon me as I continue posting about Ancient Egypt. It’s just that the Creek Kids and I are a bit obsessed with all things Egypt, much to my surprise.  We are all really enjoying our history curriculum. It has … Continue reading

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We finally got to see the jellyfish at the aquarium in Baltimore!  And they were wonderful! Especially the moonjellies. Remember the Five In A Row book,  Night of the Moonjellies? I posted about that back in April. And, we got … Continue reading

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This is Learning

We had the most amazing day. I took my kids to a political rally in Washington, D.C., right next to the Capitol building.  The rally was about raw (unpasteurized) milk, the fact that it should be legal and getting the … Continue reading

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America I Am

  My mood is somber as I examine the artifacts of slavery:  rusted chains that once encircled the wrists, necks and ankles of captured men and women.  The door of an African castle used to imprison slaves waiting for ships … Continue reading

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