Sunya Math Games {Review}

Like many kids, when the word “math” comes up in conversation, my boys like to groan and roll their eyes. The funny thing is, they’re both pretty good at math. It’s like they’re just genetically programmed to complain about doing it. One thing I’ve really been focusing on this year is having them memorize basic multiplication and division facts. Thanks to the Schoolhouse Review Crew, we received a really cool […]

FREE Thursdays at Indiana Historical Society

Every Thursday this summer, admission to the Indiana Historical Society is FREE all day, and they are staying open until 8 p.m. In the evening, there will be Concerts on the Canal which offers free seating on the grass (or paid reserve seating on the Terrace). In addition to all the regular exhibits in the History Center, there will be different pop-up exhibitions in Eli Lilly Hall each week. The Indiana […]

Dress Your Burger Party and Ramen Burger Recipe

Thank you to Indiana Pork Farmers for sponsoring this post For many of us, a trip to the Indiana State Fair is all about the food (OK, that goes for most of us). I probably consume an entire month’s worth of calories in one day, because there are just so many awesome foods that you can’t find anywhere else during the year! Indiana Pork understands these concerns, and now they […]

Studying Greek Mythology with Memoria Press {Review}

My Big Boy (age ten) has been interested in Greek mythology for quite some time. He was first introduced to them through a certain popular series of books a few years ago, and he’s read quite a few myths on his own since. When the opportunity came to review D’Aulaires’ Greek Myths Set from Memoria Press, I thought this would be a great chance for him to dig a little […]