As we continue on with our series, I’m bringing to you some blogs
that you might want to take a look at. I am both proud and honored to be
affiliated with both the great writers of Chip & Company, and the
incredible group that is known as the Magical Blogorail, and in this
small way, I hope to be able to say thanks to those bloggers that have
helped to make me the blogger that I am. Next on our list is my friend Jodi’s site, Magical Mouse Schoolhouse!
Jodi is a proud member of the Magical Blogorail Yellow line, and is also one of the great writers for Chip and Company! Jodi homeschools her children, and has learned that the best way to keep students interested is to provide interesting learning material! Additionally, Jodi has turned her love of Walt Disney World into a unique learning opportunity for her children — by showing that you can “Expand your Homeschool with Disney!” In all things, Jodi has tried to show her children — and her readers — that there is something to be learned out of every experience. For example, a trip on Splash Mountain might be a learning experience to talk about how gravity affects us, as well as how fast objects drop depending on factors such as weight, friction, etc. At the end of each of blog posts, Jodi provides a section called “Today’s Takeaway”, in which she challenges the reader to help get their own children involved in learning something about today’s topic.
In addition to all that, Jodi also has a large assortment of links to various homeschooling sites, so if you homeschool, or are thinking about doing so, you might want to take a look at all that is available on her site!
One other thing that Jodi does is host the “Tiggerific Tuesday! Blog Hop…or Bounce!” This weekly occurrence is her blog hop, and it gathers a ton of links for you to enjoy! If you are interested, feel free to take a look at it by clicking the button below!
Jodi’s site is a great Disney resource, but even more importantly, she incorporates teaching into it — teaching that is both educational and fun! If you haven’t been to her site before, I urge you to take a look at it!