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Matera Magic

Experience the Matera Magic.  In the South of Italy you will find the Sassi of Matera. A Sassi is a series of caves carved out of limestone rock on the edge of the gorge. ('Gravina' of Matera) Now let me be honest, the temperature is HOT in summer.  We were there in July 2017 and it was HOT.  Like a lot of Southern Italy there were adequate water fountains available to refill drink bottles.  G...
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Schooling while you travel – What did we take?

Schooling while you travel is different for everyone. So what you take is too. There are things that need to be taken into consideration.  How old are your kids? How many kids do you have? How long are you going for? This is what works for us. A lot of information is available on the web that outlines the negatives and positives of each available schooling option. You need to make the d...
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Learning about China

Learning About China  (The People’s Republic of China) This week we were learning about China and were lucky enough to have a celebration in Perth for Buddha's birthday.  Locate on the Map Capital City Beijing Continent Asia Main River/s Yangtze River is the longest River in China China has the world’s largest dam in the world – Three Gorges Hydroelectric Dam on the Yangtze River ...
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Magic Milk – Kids like Experiments

Magic Milk - Kids like Experiments Our previous posts were so popular on Floating Art on a plate and Bouncy Egg  - thank you to all our followers.  So we thought we would share another one we did called Magic Milk. Who doesn't like Magic!? We normally would hate to waste perfectly good food, even for a cool experiment. But, this uses such a small amount of milk and the benefits of creat...
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Bouncy Egg Experiment with Miss B

Bouncy Egg Experiment Did you know you can make an egg bounce!  Miss B had so much fun with this experiment that we found on Homeschooled Science one of the many great resources on the Educational Websites and Resources page on our blog. Miss B loves science and working out how things happen. The best bit about this experiment is it only needs two ingredients! I am not kidding and when travell...
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