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Learning Kid Linkup #24

This week’s Learning Kid Linkup is live! The Learning Kid Linkup is the place to link up your posts relating to children learning – homeschool ideas/experiences, crafts and activities, printables, etc. I’m at the beach this week, so I don’t have any picks from last week’s linkup.   Meet The Hosts Melanie T. – Tree …

Learning Kid Linkup #23

This week’s Learning Kid Linkup is live! The Learning Kid Linkup is the place to link up your posts relating to children learning – homeschool ideas/experiences, crafts and activities, printables, etc. From last week’s linkup: Tree Valley Academy has a recipe for German apple pie that looks so delicious, I’m going to have to try …

Learning Kid Linkup #22

This week’s Learning Kid Linkup is live! The Learning Kid Linkup is the place to link up your posts relating to children learning – homeschool ideas/experiences, crafts and activities, printables, etc. From last week’s linkup: I loved this post on teaching your children to love from Homegrown Adventures. I also liked this Alphabet Advent Calendar …

Learning Kid Linkup #21

This week’s Learning Kid Linkup is live! The Learning Kid Linkup is the place to link up your posts relating to children learning – homeschool ideas/experiences, crafts and activities, printables, etc. From last week’s linkup: I loved this caterpillar-themed activity for reviewing word families from Tots And Me. Kids Money Lessons has some good ideas …

Learning Kid Linkup

This week’s Learning Kid Linkup is live! The Learning Kid Linkup is the place to link up related to children learning – homeschool ideas/experiences, crafts and activities, printables . . . From last week’s linkup: I love this Pirate Princess Literature Unit from Kid Minds. Angie and Emmy are still very much in a pirate stage …

Learning Kid Link Up

I am thrilled to be co-hosting the Learning Kid Link Up with some other supercool homeschool mom bloggers. The Learning Kid Link Up is a place for you to link up any of your posts relating to children learning – homeschool ideas/experiences, crafts and activities, printables . . . From last week’s link up: I …

DIY Chore Chart

As part of our countdown to homeschooling – five more sleeps! Yikes! – I made a chore chart for each of the girls. The idea is that once they’ve completed a chore, they clip that chore’s peg onto their chore chart. Hopefully this will get them a little bit more excited about actually doing their …

A Mom’s Thoughts On Modesty

When Angie was a baby, she was given a cute little bikini. I thought about putting it on her – for about a minute – then promptly re-gifted it. It wasn’t because she already had a swimsuit – a one-piece with long-sleeves and legs for UV protection – but because I wasn’t comfortable with putting …

Teaching My Children To Pray

Hearing my children pray never fails to warm my heart. There is something so pure about the prayers of a child, words that come straight from the heart, no second-guessing or doubting. I think we lose that as we get older and start to become more conscious of what we’re saying, wondering if it’s okay …