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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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Adventure World Perth, Western Australia

Adventure On.... at Adventure World We have lived in Perth for three years.  Since leaving full-time work just recently (yes, it does feel as good as you think it's going to!) I have been exploring our local area of Perth. We have just connected with a lovely family from the UK (The Jones) on a facebook group we love called Worldschoolers.  Basically, families that school their children while...
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Floating Art on a Plate – Kids Love Experiments

Kids love Experiments, and lets face it, we all love experiments too!! This is a perfect rainy day activity and perfect for travelling families. Today is a bit dreary which is rare in Perth.  So we decided to add some colour to our day!! This is a fun activity you can do on the road with your kids that they will love! When I was preparing for our full-time travel launch next month (eeekkk ...
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Dreamworld Corroboree Educational Tour

Everyone loves Dreamworld! We all grew up on the Gold Coast and spent so much time at Dreamworld it felt like a second home.   Many wonderful memories were created here over the years and lots of school holidays spent sliding down waters slides, visiting all the native animals and laughing with friends on all the rides. Did you know that Dreamworld offers educational tours? No, either d...
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Learning Sign Language

We were lucky enough just after arriving in Brisbane to have the opportunity to attend an Auslan  class (the language of the deaf community) learning Sign Language at my nieces school. The class was run by a lovely young lady Kim, who guided us through our lesson with a friendly smile. This is one of the things I love about homeschooling and travelling.  Opportunities present themselves it i...
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