When our children were young, we sometimes had to handle the situation of people giving them gifts which were things we didn’t approve of. We found it very helpful to have a wishlist for the kids of things they wanted or things we thought would benefit them. It often solved the problem of people giving […]
We have always struggled, like many homeschoolers, with the gift-giving part of Christmas. My husband comes from a huge gift-giving family. I come from a family in which money was always tight and gifts tended to be few but meaningful. We both have a faith that leads us to condemn unmitigated materialism, convicts us about […]
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Ornament sharing is one of the best traditions we have started in our family. I love ornaments. Years ago, we were invited to a friend’s home for Christmas. Their children were well grown with families of their own. Upon seeing her tree, I was fascinated! I didn’t know any of their children, but you could […]
Unit studies are a lot fun, especially during autumn. With a few good books you can pack lessons upon lessons. Here are some ideas for unit studies and I’ll include three of my favorite autumn books to consider. Each of these books are for around ages 4-8, although older and younger audiences don’t mind listening […]
FREEBIE for Homemakers! The Homemaker’s Companion: A Home Management System The Homemaker’s Companion is a series of home management printables designed for organizing the home.
More of a DIY parent? If you like to mix and match to find the perfect groove for you or if you just prefer the old fashioned pen and paper style of organizing, the blogosphere is packed with free printables that you can use to create a homeschool organization binder to fit your exact needs.