Finding an art history program suitable for elementary age children can be difficult. Often, when it comes to art history, the curriculum is stuffy, wordy, and altogether boring for little ones. Now, I’m not talking about art appreciation, that is something entirely different and is easily done at any age. I am strictly referring to art history, more specifically, American Art History. For review, we received the American Art History: Semester 1 Book Bundle,
Creating a successful plan for the New Year doesn’t have to be hard. These tips are sure to help you start in the right direction. 5 Tips To Help You Create A Successful Plan For The New Year Establish Your Priorities This one can be hard. It took me years to realized that volunteering for nearly every need at church wasn’t good for my family. Right now, in this season of life, my
I kid you not when I tell you that my finding uncapped markers around the house is literally a daily occurrence. My youngest girls, ages 3 and 5, have this incessant need to color/draw/write in pretty colors every. single. day. Are they budding artists? Maybe. Are their creations fridge worthy? Most of the time. Am I spending a small fortune on markers? YES. I have resorted to buying our markers at Dollar Tree because
So, it’s December. Doesn’t that just blow you away? How is it already December!?!?! And to top it off, Christmas is less than a week away! For me, the year kinda ends at Christmas. We don’t do much for New Years. Okay, we don’t do anything at all for New Years, except buy new calendars. We do take Christmas through the first of the year off of school as our break week each year.
It is cold and flu season around here you guys! If you’ve got a large family, you know how that goes . . . it spreads to everyone!! Last night Max came to me saying he was having a hard time breathing through his nose. Not 10 minutes later, Louisa came into the kitchen coughing and was closely followed by Isaac who had snot running down his face! What on earth? They were fine until