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Art in the Park

“What adults call ‘wrong’ in Child Art is the most beautiful and most precious. I value highly those things done byView full post »

50 Minutes of Fame: Discussing Home Education on TV

In April, the Hawaii Public Broadcasting Station contacted me to be a guest on their program, “Insights.” I joined threeView full post »

Geckos, Waialua Sugar Mill, and Cycling North Shore’s Back Roads

While it seems that the rest of the nation’s children suffer from Nature-Deficit Disorder, Caleb and his homeschool co-op friendsView full post »

Homeschool Pi Day

Pi Day only comes along once a year and this year was extra special because if you round up, the date 3.14.16 is actually Pi (Greek letterView full post »

A Dinosaur Birthday Party

In September, Caleb and I began chatting about his birthday party. While hiking a trail lined with paperbark trees, hau thickets, andView full post »

The Curious Case of The Failure Cloud

Hello, my name is Lacy and I’m a self-diagnosed chronic Failure Cloud sufferer since becoming a foster parent in December of 2008.View full post »

Wheat Bread with Sunflower Seeds and Pecans

Baking bread is one of my favorite things to do with my three year old. He loves grinding wheat, stirring the dough, and kneading theView full post »

Hawaii Children’s Discovery Center

One of my favorite aspects of homeschooling is that I can organize field trips to museums any time I please. Since children’sView full post »

Sunflower Fields on North Shore

“As a child, one has that magical capacity to move among the many eras of the earth; to see the land as an animal does; toView full post »

Hiking Ka’ena Point

I love absolutely everything about the westernmost tip of Oahu. My favorite way to access Ka’ena Point is from the west side of theView full post »

Hike to Hamama Falls

In Hawaii, getting “lost” in your surroundings is often the point and once you stand beneath those falls, it no longer mattersView full post »

Outdoor Freeschooling

Overlooking land which few (if any) have ever set foot upon is a soaring feeling and one that I love sharing with my child. As we wanderView full post »

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