I love coming across scripture that tells about nature and God’s design of creation. I have a whole section of this blog devoted to nature scriptures. So, I have been looking for scriptures that relate to the science we are learning this year. Week 7 mentions types of reproduction and in a search for “eggs”
[This post contains affiliate links.] There’s a lot of discussion out there about what to add to your curriculum. Are the children getting enough? Will they be ready for Challenge (or college!)? What can I do for morning time? or read alouds? or living books? what about writing? what about Latin? I’m really about keeping
This week, leading up to time change and spring break, we have noticed the trees blooming white in our neighborhood. This is one of the early signs of spring. Most everything else around it has not started blooming, but these trees are beautifully white. We have started noticing them all over town. I wasn’t sure
Morning Time has been a popular topic among moms as of late. How do we get our day off to a good start?
My homeschool is not super structured and for awhile our mornings have been more like “survival time.” I found myself starting the day by turning on the TV just so everyone would leave me alone while I got breakfast going.
But over Christmas break, I became convicted about establishing better habits and better routines. I’m also aware that starting new habits and giving up old ones is HARD. It’s a spiritual battle as well.
I’m looking forward to doing communion with my children tomorrow. We will talk about Passover and share crackers and grape juice. We will make some connections between the Old Testament and the New Testament. For today, I’m sharing a snippet of the next few days of our Jesse tree/ advent Celebration. Don’t forget to check
He Established a Testimony We have begun using this Bible curriculum for the past several weeks. It is a coloring book with a picture for every story in the Old Testament. On the page next to the the picture is the Scripture reference and key themes that a child should learn. There are few questions
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We got our Jesse tree up yesterday on the first of December. We kept it simple with pieces of construction paper taped together. Today, we added our first magnet – Creation. The kids have enjoyed playing with play dough, creating things and remembering that God is the Creator. Day 1-4 Posts Continuing on with
Christmas evokes so many emotions for many of us. I tend to be stressed around the holidays. So, I’m determined to do things a little differently this year. For starters, we are not putting up our regular Christmas tree. I don’t have anything against Christmas trees, but it’s just the start of doing things differently
“17 Moses’ father-in-law replied, “What you are doing is not good. 18 You and these people who come to you will only wear yourselves out. The work is too heavy for you; you cannot handle it alone. 19 Listen now to me and I will give you some advice, and may God be with you. ….. 20 Teach them his decrees and instructions, and