Lapbooking Through Ancient Egypt With Homeschool In The Woods (Review)

Lapbooking Through History - HITW Ancient Egypt Review

  Lately, we’ve been studying Ancient Egypt. You know, mummies, pyramids, pharaohs- the whole shebang. I’ve always found ancient Egypt fascinating. Using Home School in the Woods‘ Project Passport, we’ve been discovering and learning together by lapbooking through Ancient Egypt. Lapbooking Through Ancient Egypt It’s pretty well known that February (usually the halfway mark in school) can be one of the toughest months of the homeschool year. It’s still dreary and cold out, and it seems like winter … Read more…

Clean Cleaning: How To Make Your Own Homemade, Non-Toxic Cleaners

Clean Cleaning: How To Make Your Own Homemade, Non-Toxic Cleaners

When creating my list of possible topics to include in my ABCs of Frugal Living Series, some letters were harder to fill than others. However, I knew what “C” would be immediately. I have been an enthusiastic user of natural cleaning products for years. Since seeing Chemerical many years ago on Netflix, and more recently, The Human Experiment, I rid my home of toxic chemicals. I  have been making my own homemade, non-toxic cleaners ever since.   … Read more…

Alphabet Bible Verse Mini Posters

Alphabet Bible Verse Mini Posters

Alphabet Bible Verse Mini Posters to go with Susan Hunt’s My ABC Bible Verses We’ve been using Susan Hunt’s My ABC Bible Verses in our homeschool for a few months now. I use it with my four and five-year-olds, and of course, two-year-old Louisa is right beside them echoing every verse they say. We usually do one letter/verse a week, unless it’s particularly long and the kids are struggling with it, then we might stretch it out for … Read more…

Times Alive – Learn the Times Tables The Fun Way {Review}

Times Alive is an online math supplement that utilizes online lessons with animated songs and stories to learn the Times Tables the Fun Way.  Times Alive (the online version) is the result of the high demand of its book counterpart. Back in 1992 Times Tables The Fun Way was created and began changing math for students in the United States. With the simple premise of using stories and pictures to aid in times tables memorization, the book was … Read more…

How To Save Money On Baby Items {ABCs of Frugal Living}

Save Money On Baby Necessities

I recently read that the average American parent spends $12,000 on baby needs in the first year of life.  WHAT???? I’ve had six children and I guarantee you I haven’t spent anywhere near that on all of their first years combined. I admit that I haven’t always been as frugal as I am now, but wow, $12,000? That’s nuts. After reading that staggering statistic, I thought it necessary to show that it can be done … Read more…

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