Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Homeschooling sex Ed







Supplies: 16 toads, eight kids, one afternoon in spring.
Lecturing: none
Results: a necklace of toad eggs in a bucket, kids know where babies come from (at least tadpoles)
Cost: free



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11 comments:

Jill said...

:). Love education! What fun we have as homeschoolers!

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Anonymous said...

Our little pond is teeming with frogs right now and they've been singing to us almost nonstop.
Daddy

Mrs. H. said...


We have named our little pond Promiscuity Pond. It is just non-stop romance out there!!

Mama

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