Both hubby and I have been talking about making some changes to our health. We both have some extra weight that we want to remove. Yesterday, he mentioned a co-worker talking about a 30 day plank challenge. I actually like to do planks so this was intriguing. After the kids went to bed, I did […]
Homeschool Share has a great Robin Hood unit study with lapbook. There may have been some jumping up and down and squealing over this one. A-Man was excited too. Pick up the unit here. This will be fun to add into our medieval study. Thanks to Blessed Beyond a Doubt for sharing this one!
If you are anything like me, you love to do crafts for each season/holiday. Sometimes I re-make favorite crafts but most of the time I look for some new things too. It is always fun to try new crafts to add to our holiday or seasonal decorations. Check out this post at Chaos and Clutter that […]
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A child who lacks a teachable spirit can be a challenge, add homeschooling to that and life can be downright intolerable. Our children need to be able to receive instruction continually, with the right attitude of heart and mind. It can be quite frustrating to attempt correction and improvement…
Do you ever have those days where you really wish you could get into the bathtub and be transported to some other place? We all have them and today was a doozy–all before 10:00 am. A-Man was in serious grump mode over T-Man coming near Legos. It all spiraled downhill from there. Breakfast didn’t get […]
Finding balance in Wonderland.
Another school year has passed, along with numerous missed blogging opportunities. The new school year has arrived and I am ready to make some much needed changes. Today, A-man has been engrossed in a great series of books I found at Goodwill. It is a series from Time Life for Children called I Love Math. As […]