About this blog




Hello!  My name is Lisa and I am pleased that you have found my blog and hope you have and will continue to enjoy it and find the resources in it useful!

I am addicted to yoga, baking, learning new things and writing!

Most of this blog I like to fill with educational resources to give inspiration and ideas out to others so they can help making learning fun for children.

I feel it's so important to learn in a hands on way as much as possible, so as we go along on our journey I like to share all the new ideas and fun projects we do on the way!





"Congratulations! This type of efforts to 

disseminate science starting from 
the simple things are crucial!" 
Scientist,  +Xavi Marti


Everything on here is free to use however, if you have found something useful, I would really appreciate that in return people share my blog with others, tweet it, Facebook it, google+ and Pin it!  Spread the love!  I always love to hear from my readers who are inspired by my blog or have tried out some of the projects!   
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11 comments:

  1. I have just discovered all these wonderful experiments and ideas! I've only recently decided to home educated my son, age 10, and there are some amazing tips and fun things to try. Thank you and I shall be following! :-)

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    1. That is lovely to hear, how could I have missed your comment here all this time. Hello Helen :)

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  2. I wish I would have found your blog before I finished my book. I was never a science girl in school - I loved to write. So when I wrote, Four Season Friends, an eBook about homeschooling, friendship and love, I just mentioned the fact that the mom was good at teaching science. I would have loved to include some of your experiments. Maybe the next book. Mary Ellen Shea Clifford

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    1. That sounds lovely Mary. That has made me smile. :)

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  3. I really needed to read this and the article you linked to. Materialism seems to be very prominent with my kids at the moment and I am constantly asking my girls to tidy up their rooms! Tonight I had to move things in order to create a space on the floor so I could sit down to read their bedtime story. Then I tripped over making my way over to the window. I'm afraid I lost my rag at that point! So thank you, for posting and sharing this.

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  4. Oops, I meant to comment on your "No More Toys" post. http://anordinary-life.blogspot.co.uk/2014/08/no-more-toys.html (It's late lol)

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    1. No worries, I am so pleased to hear you enjoyed reading my post :)

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  5. You are an amazing mother.I am so inspired with all you do for them.

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    1. Thank you, so encouraging and heart warming to hear x

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  6. helo. i am from malaysia. i would like to make this interesting blog as my reference in my teaching. hope u dont mind because this blog is fun and useful.

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    1. aresitida89, Please do use my blog, I am so pleased you find it both fun and useful.

      I would be very interested to know who you teach? Just curious :)

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