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Ice cream!

We finally got around to making ice cream in a bag today, which I’ve been promising Alex we would do since we studied Cocoa Ice at the beginning of January. The process is simple. You double-seal a mixture of half … Continue reading

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Directions: giving and following them.

In the interest of balance (and tastiness), we followed up our ice day with Cocoa Ice with a day focused on cocoa. We read a book called The Story of Chocolate, which I thought was dry but which seemed to … Continue reading

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Melting ice.

It turns out that it’s easier to get back into the swing of homeschooling than it is to get back into the swing of blogging about it. But we have an action-packed day planned for today, my full day off, … Continue reading

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Cocoa Ice.

We’re starting off the year with one of the books I added to cover more cultures in Five in a Row: Cocoa Ice, by Diane Appelbaum. I’m adapting a unit study posted at Homeschool Share. Cocoa Ice is an unusual … Continue reading

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