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Reformation Day

I listed our favorite resources for Reformation Day in a previous post, but wanted to share how our Reformation Day came together. Hopefully this will give you some ideas for your children. 531 more words


Election Day

Yesterday, I came to the realization that although my children knew it was election day today and some of the basics of election, they didn’t fully understand how the whole system worked.  405 more words


Lapbook sur le castor

*Qu’est-ce qu’un lapbook? (je vais publié prochainement à ce sujet) En résumé, un lapbook est un dossier sur un sujet précis. À l’intérieur, les informations sont mises en page de diverses façons, des papiers pliés, des mini livres etc. 423 more words


Sabbath Week One

Finally have time to get blogs caught up so  this will be the first of two I will post today.

We had our first Sabbath Week, and while normal school did not take place… we were extremely busy. 141 more words

Home School

Lapbooking Adventures

I discovered the world of lapbooking a few years ago when we started homeschooling, but I have never actually used them because I was never fully prepared. 639 more words


Japan Unit Study

Before we started Story of the World: Volume One, Jenna and I were learning about different countries every week. We’d get books from the library, watch YouTube videos, and (attempt to?) cook some ethnic foods from that country. 258 more words

Addition Facts Lapbook

Hello Everyone !! Today I am going to share with you a Lapbook that we did together to quickly revise our addition facts. For those of you who are new to the concept of a lap book, Lapbooks are mini projects done on a chosen subject/theme to quickly learn all the facts related to that theme. 210 more words