Category Archives: Field trip

Exploring schmoring

You may remember several months ago when my friend Amy and her son came with us in an exploring adventure of the woods by my house. Well, I thought it would be a fantastic idea to bring the kids again … Continue reading

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Day of the Dead– Toronto style!

On Saturday we took the bus down to Toronto for a Day of the Dead festival that took place in the Harbourfront Centre, which is an awesome place with tons of super cool stuff going on. The day began with … Continue reading

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Reaching new heights: rock climbing

A couple of weeks ago we had the chance to go rock climbing with our friends at an indoor gym. The gym was divided in two parts: One for regular climbing, with equipment including harness and rope. The other for … Continue reading

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Insectarium

They have the ability to fascinate us, freak us out, make us shudder in disgust and amaze us with their colors and anatomic designs. The world of creepy crawlers is captivating, even if we’re sometimes blinded by the eww factor. … Continue reading

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All around us

As you know, we’re currently in Newfoundland visiting Stephen’s parents. The opportunity to learn is all around us. Starting from the road trip, every bathroom stop gave a chance to observe our surroundings. This beautiful moth was gently flying around … Continue reading

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Homeschooling on the road

ROAD TRIP! We began our 2-day travel from Ontario to Newfoundland. Twenty one hours driving straight — because husbando refuses to stop for the night– plus seven hours on the ferry that would bring us to the island. It’s a … Continue reading

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The Toronto Schoolhouse and First Post Office

Once again we had the amazing opportunity to travel back in time and learn about the beginnings of Canada. This time we visited Toronto’s first free school and the first post office. Our first stop was at the school, and … Continue reading

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