Kids Love Snapology For The Fun, Parents Love It For STEAM (LEGO Giveaway!)

Snapology

Like most moms with a child who has a birthday coming up, I found myself on Pinterest looking up birthday party ideas. I simply cannot believe it, but Max turns six in a few weeks! We usually have birthday parties here at home with friends and family, but this year I was thinking of doing something different. I widened my search and decided to check out Snapology. Before I tell you about Snapology, let me … Read more…

Spring Wreath Craft for Children

Spring Wreath Craft for Kids

The other day my little Caroline was sick- and bored. To keep the complaining at bay, we threw together this quick Spring wreath craft for her to do. The supplies came from the Dollar Store (score!), so this fun little craft cost Mama less than $5. What we used: circle green foam some twine various fake flowers an over the door hanger I had picked up at Aldi- I believe it was $3 for the … Read more…

Spring Cleaning Resources For The Busy Mom

Spring Cleaning Resources

The weather here in Indiana has been lovely the past few days. Open windows, kids running in and out of the house, just got my seeds ordered . . . oh yeah, it’s Spring baby!! Along with all the many great things about spring comes that age-old need to CLEAN. Get the curtains washed! Clean under your beds! Yep, my children may think I’ve lost my marbles, but how is that different from any other … Read more…

Bessie’s Pillow (Historical Fiction Book Review)

Bessie's Pillow

When it comes to fictional books, historical fiction is by far my favorite genre. In general, I have a hard time reading, watching, or just devoting time in general to something that isn’t going to teach me anything. For this reason, I find watching mindless television an absurd habit, but that’s another post entirely! Back to my beloved historical fiction. . . Well written historical fiction has the ability to transport you through time and … Read more…

Creating a Masterpiece Review

Creating A Masterpiece Review

Now and then something new makes its way into our homeschool routine. Sometimes it is loved by few, others it is loved by many, and very rarely, it is loved by all. Creating a Masterpiece is once such rare gem that has been loved by all. For as long as I can remember, I’ve wanted to incorporate more art into our homeschool. In fact, two of our Rule of Six are create and encounter beauty. You’ll find art … Read more…

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