Monthly Archives: December 2010

Science at-Home; Not Just for Homeschoolers

Everyone agrees that parents play a critical role in their children’s education: research shows that when parents are actively involved in their child’s life he will achieve greater success as a learner.  It is also generally agreed upon that a scientifically and technologically literate society is crucial to America’s future success, yet much of the general population are intimidated by… Read more »

Unschooling Update

We’ve been “unschooling” for a couple of months now, and I’m embarrassed to admit that my boys are still obsessed with their video games.  I even hesitate to share this news with you, but in the fairness of full disclosure I want other parents to know that the road to unschooling success has it’s own curves and bumps. Daily Routine… Read more »

Establishing Somerset Beekeepers

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Faithful readers of my blog might be aware of the plight of the environmental activist in central Maine–which is that the clubs and programs to encourage participation and education among the community are all but non-existent in this area.  This is true of the Maine State Beekeeper’s Association as well. As an extension of my organic-gardening pursuits, I set up… Read more »