Hey, everyone. My apologies if it took me some time to visit and write on here. It's been a busy month with all the portfolio preparations and back-to-back watercolor painting classes that I have committed to do for our homeschooling community. I also had to deal with depression related to this pandemic in between. It's… Continue reading The Fabulous Scientist is Back!
The whole Metro Manila, Philippines, is still on lockdown due to COVID. It's hard to get supplies or get around because even public transportation is limited. So forgive me, my dear readerships, if I am resorting to art rather than science lately to distract me from the stressful situation we are in right now. I… Continue reading This Website is Starting to Look Like An Art Blog
Do you have YouTube channel, my dear readerships? I've had my YouTube account since last year but it's only this week that I actively upload videos on there. Before this week, I have only used the app with my kids for tutorials and video links related to their lessons. I seldom post videos of me… Continue reading My YouTube Channel
I love the sea. When I was a child I used to imagine that I am a mermaid who lives deep in the sea and whose friends are shells, corals, dolphins, and turtles like Ariel of "The Little Mermaid". I even wrote a poem about the sea while I was in Mongpong Island last year.… Continue reading Skin Care and Household Products at Home That You Can DIY to Reduce Plastics in Oceans
While art isn't a major subject in regular school, it's a subject that my kids showed tremendous interest in since they were younger. Before I would come home from work and would see my kids' artworks taped on the ref's door. Sometimes they would wave their art on my face, proud of their work. Since… Continue reading My Top Art Teaching Hacks for Non-Artist Homeschooling Parents
Friday is usually Art Day in our homeschooling weekly schedule. But on the first week of this year which happens to be their daddy's birthday week, we decided to do art two days earlier by painting watercolor cards for him. So instead of the usual watercolor painting for Art Day, we decided to make soaps… Continue reading Teach HELE, Science, and Art in One Project – Soap Making
Yesterday while I was working on my IG puzzle feed at Canva, a sudden rush of feeling came to me - a deep longing to visit the ocean and bask in the sun again. I feel so lucky to have been born in a country that has plenty of beach lines and islands to visit.… Continue reading My Poetry: Let This Mermaid Sleep
Have you ever gone to a natural history museum like the ones we have in the country, National Museum and NIGS museum? They're the best. At NIGS museum, my youngest son's favorite was the sand box! During the Geology, I also got to teach the kids how to break a rock using the sample pick.… Continue reading The Fabulos Scientist’s First Project Ever: The Rock Dig Kit