Homeschooling

Felt Letters

by Robin on August 24, 2015 in Creativity, Homeschooling, Sewing

Lately I have been making felt letters for a some little friends of mine. I think they will be wonderful learning toys and fun to play with. The pattern  is FREE and you can download it at PurlBee. These letters would make a great sewing project to do with your children and they are super […]

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If you are homeschooling you know how expensive curriculum can get so we really want to make sure everyone know about the Biggest Homeschool Sale of the Year and how it has been extended for ONE MORE DAY!!! There are so many bundles that you would love including: Fine Arts Special Needs High School Middle […]

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  God has really humbled me over the years. It seems that with the more children I have the more I see the need for them to grow in wisdom and knowledge of the Lord. You see my children are not any more perfect than yours are. They make mistakes, they sin, and they do […]

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  Did you all know that the BIGGEST HOMESCHOOL SALE of the year has begun today? The Build Your Bundle sale is on it’s way again and we can’t wait to share some of the exciting bundles in it this year! Check out what they have for girls:     It includes: Girls of American […]

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Some days you just feel like you could use a little help in your homemaking. You think you might need– A friend… A listening ear… A maid… To help you with all those piles of laundry growing in your laundry room. But what you really might need is a mentor. Yes, a homemaking mentor. Someone […]

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Dear Homemaker, Are you stressed trying to figure out how to get your home under control? I hear you. Sometimes I looked around my house as a young homemaker and wondered how things got so out of hand. When I was a little girl, I dreamed about getting married, becoming a mommy, and having my […]

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What is it that makes us think we have to wait until January 1st to make new commitments or start fresh working on a long-desired goal? Sure, I make little goals all year long, but it seems the New Year is the time I pick to start on the really big ones. It’s probably because […]

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This is me shopping, or banking, or at church: I am having a fine conversation with a dear lady; we are discussing the weather or the Lord or any number of things, until she finds out that I have 15 children and I am homeschooling. Then things close down, shut off, and she tunes out. […]

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