Monthly Archives: September 2014

History Comes Alive

A few weeks ago, I hiked at Almaden Quicksilver County Park which is nestled in San Jose’s rolling hills. During my visit, I not only enjoyed stunning views of the Sierra Azul and Diablo Mountain ranges but I also learned a lot about the history of the area. I started on Mine Hill Trail, a relatively […]

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Weather Wisdom

This summer marks a second year of trying our own version of summer camp at home, rather than spend hundreds of dollars each week for our kids to attend theme camps.  Each day is filled with fun, low-cost or free adventures, hands-on projects, and learning about science, history, and art.  We intersperse each day with […]

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Phylogenies for Four-Year-Olds

This summer marks a second year of trying our own version of summer camp at home, rather than spend hundreds of dollars each week for our kids to attend theme camps.  Each day is filled with fun, low-cost or free adventures, hands-on projects, and learning about science, history, and art.  We intersperse each day with […]

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Music and Meaning

This summer marks a second year of trying our own version of summer camp at home, rather than spend hundreds of dollars each week for our kids to attend theme camps.  Each day is filled with fun, low-cost or free adventures, hands-on projects, and learning about science, history, and art.  We intersperse each day with […]

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