Brilliant Minds


I considered myself to be the luckiest person on the earth. I have two beautiful children that I get to be at home with every day. They are crazy, they are wild, and they are mine. They are also brilliant. They come up with some of the crazy ideas and I love hearing how everything makes perfect sense to them.

It’s hard coming up with ideas to keep them going every day. We have arts and crafts time, English time, math time, and science time – every single day. I like working on their minds and helping them become amazing people. We go on outings, to the zoo, the park, the aquarium. Anything that will be fun and gets them to learn something new in the process.

One idea that I haven’t quite tried yet, has been day camp. The oldest is getting to the point where she needs to be out more and socialize, so I think that putting her in a daytime summer camp would help out a lot. Galileo Innovations Camps have so many programs that I think Birdie would love. They have: Camp Galileo, Galileo Summer Quest, and @ The Tech. They have an amazing approach and they follow 5 key mindsets: Visionary, Collaborative, Determined, Courageous and Reflective.

They have some great programs that really help build your child’s confidence and help them to work independently to figure things out at their speed. If you want to get your kids out and about, learning, the innovative camps at Galileo are perfect for this!

If you sign up now, you are able to lock into major Galileo savings this summer! You can get $40 off a week by using the code BEBOLD. Check it out when you get a chance!

Summer Time!

Have you been making summer plans yet? Summer time is almost here. I never realized how far in advance you need to start making these plans. There are so many different summer camps out there. I figured that it’s time for Birdie to quite possibly check one of them out. She loves being around other people and she loved to learn!

Have you ever heard of Camp Galileo? They’re a science camp that has 4 different themes: space explorers, Galileo Olympics, national park adventure, and Galileo Makers: Toys. There is so much to choose from. They each have great possibilities. I was also afraid that Birdie might be a bit too young for a camp, but Camp Galileo ranges from pre-K to 5th grade! They have various age groups: nebulas (pre-K to kindergarten), stars (first and second grade), and supernovas (third to fifth grade). So she would be able to fit right in! 

If you register before February 29th, you can get in on the Early Bird Savings! You get a $40 discount and an additional $25 per week! Use code 2016BOLD

We are huge on projects. We love working on projects every day. I try to make sure that we are learning something and having fun with it. Birdie’s latest thing is play dough. 

  
She loves to make food, that’s her all time favorite thing to make. We’ve also been making characters and I think planets are next. 
Don’t forget to sign up for Camp Galileo before February 29th to take advantage of the Early Bird Savings. You’ll save $40 and an additional $25 per week! If you sign up after February 29th, you’ll still save $40. Use code 2016BOLD