Growing Monsters

Did you think the title of this post was about my kids? Well, not entirely! Today we started the process of growing giant watermelons and giant pumpkins. This was such an appropriate activity for each of my older boys because I’ve always called my oldest […]

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1st Grade Curriculum

We went to a homeschool convention in April where I was able to find my children’s curriculum for the upcoming school year. I will share in a later post what I chose for my 9th grader because his curriculum was put together, piece by piece. […]

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Learning With Minecraft

  Do you have a child who loves playing Minecraft, but you want them to be playing on a safe and educational server? That’s right, I said educational! I couldn’t believe this site when I stumbled upon it today. My sons, ages 14 & 5 […]

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Blimey Cow

I’ve seen these kids before but forgot all about them. While searching for homeschool curriculum for next year, I stumbled upon them again. They are hilarious, former homeschoolers who produce a new video each Monday. Most of their videos give practical advice, but deliver the […]

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VACATION

Hello friends! It’s been a while again since I’ve written but this time it was for a very good reason. I just spent 5 and a half weeks in Florida with my parents. What an adventure that was! My husband was with us for the […]

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INDOOR FISHING

Each day I read a devotional story to my little Stinky Face and then there is an activity to do on the next page. Today’s story was about being prepared for when Jesus comes again. I have to admit that I was kind of shocked […]

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Thanksgiving Day Crafts

My oldest son felt like he was too old to make a turkey out of his handprints, so instead he made a dog. He did use his hand though to outline the dog’s head. Here is what he said he is thankful for:  My family, […]

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Reaching Out to the Community

One of the reasons I love homeschool is that it gives us more time for God, family, fun, and reaching out to our community. This past Friday my children participated in a clean up day at the St. Elizabeth’s Hospitality House. It’s a place where […]

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ART TIME

I think we might have an architect on our hands. This is what my 4 year old built, all by himself. I’m so proud of the young man he is becoming and the many talents he displays. Soon, I will share with you the math […]

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