Gratitude Journal for Children

We have just gotten through the season of Lent and celebrated Easter. It was definitely one of the most unusual Easter celebrations I have ever experienced as we celebrated it from our living rooms. I am a homeschool mom of five children and I wanted to take that time to teach my children about gratitude.... Continue Reading →

Quarantine Word Search

I have posted a word search for your quarantine.  Hopefully it will help you kill some time and have a good laugh.  Visit the link below and you will find the attached word search.  Have fun and stay safe! Quarantine Word Search

Quarantine Economics

Come check out my post on our monopoly chore chart system we are using while we are quarantined at home.  Stay Home-Stay Safe   via Quarantine Economics

Gnocchi, Love, and Pasta Sauce

Gnocchi are becoming a staple in my house.  When we make mashed potatoes I just cook the whole bag of potatoes because gnocchi are easy to make with leftovers and freeze well for later. This is probably the fourth time we've made them and I've figured out a thing or two about what works and... Continue Reading →

Composting with Worms

Composting is a great way to put old vegetation and newspaper to good use.  The kids and I are planning a garden and I'd really like to give my plants a good boost of nutrient rich compost to grow on. I composted kitchen scraps last year, but I didn't have the right supplies and it... Continue Reading →

Mock Olympics-2018-Part 2

I'm 36 weeks pregnant today and last week's adventures have me so exhausted! I was busy everyday last week, ALL day! Now that I have time, I get to write about the rest of last week's best adventure. From start to finish, our Mock Olympics took about 6 hours, including the making of the laurel... Continue Reading →

La-La-Lasagna

Here we are again on another culinary adventure.  I've always considered myself pretty good at lasagna, but a recent trip to Wisconsin proved I had more to learn. I've always seasoned my ricotta mixture with italian seasoning and I even used eggs once upon a time (no more) and pepperoni on top.  My bestie opened... Continue Reading →

Snowman Innovation

Homeschooling is like a box of chocolates, you never know what your going to get.  Except at least some boxes of chocolates have a guide on the lid. Learning opportunities are everywhere and often present themselves when you least expect it and engineering a snowman is no exception.  This winter has been cold and full... Continue Reading →

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