May 18, 2013
We can so easily become overwhelmed, weary and worn. The daily battles, struggles and busyness can drain us. For me, I find such refreshment in the Psalms. Taking a moment to read one or two Psalms…the Lord uses them in a mighty way to refresh my soul.
There are days when I come across a blog post by a fellow mom who understands the struggles and the...
May 9, 2013
Long, long ago…..there was a little girl. The mom of this little girl hoped that her daughter would share a love of books. Many hours were spent reading book after book. Soon there were request for “just one more” and the mom delightedly obliged.
Now that darling little girl is 14 and devours books at an alarming rate. However, she knows the value of a good book…no matter if it...
May 2, 2013
Exciting new books have jumped into the read aloud circle! We finally finished up Man of the Family by Ralph Moody. We are taking a short break before joining Ralph and his family again.
For my younger ones:
Finding Out About Everyday Things – This simple book has been a springboard for much fun and learning. Each day we read 2 pages about a topic. Illustrations are bright and clear. It...
Apr 25, 2013
When you are homeschooling with small or limited funds, finding and utilizing free or inexpensive resources is always a good thing. Often I look over what subjects or areas I would like different children to be working on and learning but I don’t have a resource on hand. Again and again, I am blessed to stumble upon a free resource that works out perfectly!
Logical thinking resources abound but...
Apr 23, 2013
Do you have toddlers or preschoolers in your home? Do you work with toddlers or preschoolers in a co-op class or homeschool group? You might be interested in Dr. Craft’s Active Play! Fun Physical Activities for Young Children from Active Play Books that I have been using in our home for a review.
As a mom with older children, I am constantly reminding them to take time in their busy days to go...