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Blogging Through the Alphabet with Hopkins Homeschool & A Net in Time:

We’re still sifting through a sea of boxes and unearthing homeschool supplies after our recent big move. We’re also adjusting to a more urban (read: small) living arrangement while learning to share space with a telecommuting-from-home Husband who thrives vocationally in peace & quiet. To help us explore and cope we made a list of local museums in our new city so our minivan-full can make the rounds. Frequent field trips are one of my favorite perks of homeschooling, and in our homeschool M is for museum.

We purchased an annual pass from a local science museum, where they offer a generous discount to homeschoolers (must present proof), and which pays for itself after two visits. Additionally, save your receipt as museum memberships are tax deductible!

They’re currently featuring a Lego exhibit in addition to their regular lineup, which was a must visit as we are most definitely a Lego family.

lego replica of easter island moai

tree huggers after my own heart

brave firstborn holding an austrailian walking stick

inspired to create her own lego innovation back at home: spectacles!

A few more moving pics, for posterity’s sake:

upon arriving in portland we knew just where to go

grateful to be closer to the sea & a more diverse population

bestie Valerie thoughtfully welcomed us home with this gorgeous & befitting wall hanging

fun at the mall

taking the cat for a walk in the bunny stroller to the playground, as one does

Two major reasons we moved home: Cousins & Grandparents.

Additional Blogging Through the Alphabet posts:

D is for Dress-up

F is for Forest

G is for Madri Gras

H is for 4-H

I is for Instrumental Music

J is for Journaling

K is for Kinesthetic Learning

L is for Letters, Libraries, Lightbulbs, & Love

A Net In Time Schooling
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3 Thoughts on “M is for Museums (& moving)

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  2. Thanks Rebecca, it sure is!

  3. rebeccaannec on 13 April, 2017 at 7:44 am said:

    Looks like a great museum.

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