• The Key to Homeschooling Preschool Children
  • 5 Tips for Making Facebook an Encouraging Place for the Christian
  • 3 Disinfecting Essential Oil Blends for Your Home
  • Simple, Smoothing, & Moisturizing Hand and Foot Scrub
  • Planning Your Garden with Unique Seed Varieties

The Key to Homeschooling Preschool Children

Our fourth child is a preschooler right now at three years old, but I can still remember our oldest being that age. I had settled on homeschooling, and my next logical question to figure out what how to homeschool a preschool child.

Friends sent their preschool aged children to an actual preschool. If I was going to homeschool my children, would I need to do some kind of home preschool program?

The Key to Homeschooling Preschool Children

I remember being a little uncertain and nervous at first. The early years of childhood are so malleable. What if I failed to shape them correctly?

Thankfully, after a little more reading, and a little more trial and error at home, I realized what it really takes to homeschool a preschooler. This is pretty vital information….

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3 Disinfecting Essential Oil Blends for Your Home (2)

3 Disinfecting Essential Oil Blends for Your Home

Essential oils don’t just smell good. They are fantastic additions to your natural cleaning routine! Many oils offer antimicrobial, antiviral, anti fungal, and antiseptic properties, making them fitting additions for homemade cleaning solutions that will be used in places like the kitchen, bathroom, door knobs, and light switches. Some essential oil companies offer unique and…

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Simple, Smoothing, and Moisturizing Hand and Foot Scrub (2)

Simple, Smoothing, & Moisturizing Hand and Foot Scrub

Though I use gentle soaps and moisturize my skin regularly, every now and then my hands and feet need some extra TLC. They start to get a little rough, and sometimes the tops of my hands will even have tiny flakes of skin. No good! Recently I just couldn’t take anymore rough skin on the backs of…

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Planning your garden with unique seed varieties

Planning Your Garden with Unique Seed Varieties

My garden seeds will be here soon. It’s probably arguable whether or not I actually needed any, considering the big shoebox full of them already, but we’ll not go into that now, okay? Truthfully, I just think that ordering garden seeds is way too much fun. Yes, you can find a large selection of seeds in…

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Think Spring with Free Printables for March

Think Spring with Free Printables for March

If your winter has been like ours in northeast Ohio, I know you’re as excited about spring as I am. If you live near Boston, well, I hope your snow is gone by Independence Day. There’s something so delightfully relieving about spring. After gray skies, biting winds, snow-cloaked yards, and lots of cabin fever, seeing…

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A Peek into our homeschool 2

A Peek Into Our Homeschool: February 2015

I’m really excited to start regularly sharing homeschool highlights at the end of each month. I mentioned doing this after the 31 Day series, but truthfully, I completely forgot until recently! These posts will have lots of photos and some explanations, and will be a bit more candid and personal than what I usually share….

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