Merry Christmas, Mama

Struggling this Christmas? Have faith in the God Who sees and hears! I want to share with you my favorite true Christmas testimony of the goodness of God. The fervent prayers of a righteous mom avail much! Oranges for Christmas It was Christmas 1975, and I was in the sixth grade. Two of my very favorite childhood
December is the perfect time for Christmas homeschooling with decorating, cooking, and baking (homemaking), Christmas carols (music), Christmas paintings (art appreciation), and Christmas traditions from other countries (geography). If you want to go a little deeper, here are seven ways to make Christmas more meaningful and learn at the same time. Cook a Christmas Feast
We have had some beautiful snow here in Colorado! However, the cold keeps the kids indoors most of the day so we try to keep everyone constructively occupied. We like to take some of these days off from the regular workbooks and learn differently on “cabin fever” days. Here are some ideas of what that

3 Tips for Holiday Homeschooling

It’s about time to get your holiday homeschooling in check! Thanksgiving has passed, and the Christmas season is upon us, which means things may get extra busy around the house. If you’re planning on homeschooling through the holidays, read on for some tips and tricks to make lessons engaging and interesting for your kids. Study

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