Travel is an excellent opportunity to teach kids budgeting and money. Here are six ways to let the kids learn about finance through travel.
Picture Book Illustrator Study: Science with Jason Chin
Scientific topics come to life with award-winning picture book author and illustrator Jason Chin. Don't just read them. Learn about the illustrator, study the details in his paintings, and compare them across his books. Take a deep dive into picture books at a new level!
Mission Trips: Should You Let Your Teenagers Go?
Should you let your teen join the church mission trip? Let's turn your fears around for your teen to have an amazing international mission experience.
Learning Math through Family Games
Games reinforce math learning naturally --- so much better than worksheets. Remember math includes logic, planning, patterns, shapes and matching… not just numbers. These are mom-tested and kid-approved games every family needs to know about.
Tulsa, Oklahoma: Two Amazing Family Destinations
Reroute your road trip to explore these Tulsa, Oklahoma attractions: my family's favorite playground and a breathtaking garden. Stop and see them.
Classical Conversations Essentials: How to Be a Prepared Parent
Classical Conversations parents have doubts and think their kid is not ready for Essentials in fourth grade. You are! Let me show you why.
Sail and Snorkel with Key West’s Danger Charters
To fully see the Key West beauty, you need a boat trip. Sail, snorkel, and kayak during a day in the Florida Reef with Danger Charters. It's fabulous!
10 Tips to a Family Road Trip with Less Stress
Travel is stressful. Here are the top ten ways this parent has found to simplify travel life with kids so everyone (even Mom) enjoys the vacation.
Key West: Know Before You Go
The Florida Keys look beautiful with that seductive turquoise water. It's tropical without leaving the country, but you need realistic expectations. Learn from my mistakes and make the most of your Florida Key family vacation.
Georgia’s Highest Point at Brasstown Bald
This highest place in Georgia allows you to look out toward four states from the 360 view from the observation deck across the Chattahoochee - Oconee National Forest to Georgia, Tennessee, North Carolina, and South Carolina. Take the half-mile trail up from the parking lot at Brasstown Bald or catch the bus, but the views at 4,784 feet of the Chattahoochee - Oconee National Forest are well worth the trek either way. Here are the details you need for the best day trip from the Atlanta area.