Hey y’all! Okay, so I’m actually going to write at least once every week. Promise. I already told Jesus, so He’s gonna make sure I get this done. 🙂 Basically, I kinda kicked blogging to the curb in favor of Summer with family (cousins!) and friends, in addition to the amazing, month-and-a-half roadtrip that my … Continue reading
This is part one of the series that I will be writing during this coming week about my experience at the 2014 Washington State Science and Engineering Fair ( WSSEF for short ) that was on April 4-5. It will include the registration process, the judging sessions(lots of fun), introduce some of my new friends, … Continue reading
Okay, I’ll admit it – I’m not good at typing. I have bad habits of always looking down at the keyboard while I’m typing. See, I’m even doing it now as I type this! Mimi, you will not look at the keyboard. Look up….. 🙂 One of the very few downsides of homeschooling – no … Continue reading
Amid all the chaos of packing for a 2 1/2 month long RV road trip, cleaning house, and competing for 4-H Archery at the county fair, we somehow found time to have our first week of the school year. Needless to say, we were studying on and off during the week. Why did we start … Continue reading
I found this cool infographic on Totus Tuus. It is very informative and educational. Please share this wonderful infographic with your friends!
Happy 4th, everyone! Here are some Independence Day Fun Facts: Did you know that Independence Day should actually be celebrated on July 2nd? The members of the committee voted to declare Independence on July 2nd. Did you know that one of the signers of the Declaration of Independence was Catholic? Charles Carroll said that he … Continue reading
Welcome to Catholic Homeschool Kids. My name is Mimi, and I am the oldest of 3 Sisters. We are Catholic Homeschooled Kids aged 8, 10, and 12 currently in the 4th, 6th, and 8th grades, respectively. We have been homeschooled from the very beginning by our mom. We love homeschooling, with all its perks, and … Continue reading