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Solutions for Struggling Spellers

struggling spellers
  I was recently talking to my husband about spelling in our homeschool and how sometimes it is a real struggle. For some of my girls, the letters just seem to flow like they are on stage at the National Spelling Bee. Others need a little more guidance, and I find myself praying for the

Bundle Up with Hot Cocoa

hot cocoa spoons
  The holidays are over, but the temperatures are still cold and what better way to warm up than with hot cocoa! My kiddos love hot cocoa, popcorn, and movie days (in pajamas of course); it’s a great way to make some relaxing memories and find a new family favorite movie. To jazz up hot

Run for Cover; It’s National Hat Day

national hat day
  Whether you call them hats, caps, lids, chapeaus, or any of the many other commonly recognized terms, head coverings are one of the oldest human accessories that are still widely used today. Some of their original purposes have changed or become obsolete as we’ll see later in the history of hats, but they’re still
productive homeschool
  One morning as our children were happily playing, a dear friend and I eagerly talked (over our favorite coffee) about the culture of our homeschools. In the midst of our discussion on memory work, literature selections, and math manipulatives, we engaged in the concept of a restful schooling. As former classroom teachers, this was

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