Using A Classical Homeschool Education with Multiple Ages

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classical homeschool curriculum

We’re heading into our fifth year of homeschooling, using Memoria Press from the very beginning. Initially, I experimented with a few other things (All About Reading, Five in a Row), but have finally realized that Memoria Press has everything our family needs. When you take a look at Memoria Press’ core curriculum, it’s easy to […]

Teaching Alegbra in Your Homeschool with DragonBox Algebra 5+ App

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teaching algebra in your homeschool with dragonbox learning apps

Teaching math in our homeschool hasn’t been too difficult yet. Our classical homeschool curriculum uses a very basic approach, with lots of repitition for mastery of facts. This system has worked well for us, but I’m a little nervous about teaching more complex math, like algebra. Did I hear all the homeschooling mommas groan? Don’t […]

JoySprouts : Using Preschool Apps in Your Homeschool

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preschool learning apps for homeschoolers

As the mother of many, juggling all the different ages in our homeschool can be a challenge. While I’m teaching my big kids, I need to have Maeve engaged in learning as well. One of our favorite {and mess free} ways that we supplement our homeschool is with using preschool learning apps. Using Preschool Apps […]

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How to Host a Baptism Reception

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baptism reception party ideas

Are you preparing to have your child baptized soon? What a wonderful time to celebrate your child and continue family traditions! As a mother of five young children, Erin Moody Jones, of Spaceships and Laser Beams, can certainly offer advice on planning and hosting a baptism reception. For a day that is meaningful for you […]

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Garden Toys and Tools for Kids

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garden toys and tools for kids

While you’re busy getting your garden together, your little ones are SURE to want to play along. This spring, I’m going to get our kids some garden tools and toys. These are perfect for getting them involved in our outside work, and go along wonderfully with a garden or spring unit study. Garden Toys for […]

My Favorite Free Catholic Resources – Perfect for Homeschooling Families

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free Catholic resources for families

Teaching your children our Catholic faith doesn’t have to be expensive. In fact, outside of creating a library of Catholic books for our homeschooling family, the majority of our personal resources are FREE. As parents, we are the primary educators of our children in the ways of our Church. These are perfect for any Catholic […]

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5 RO*TEL Recipes to Spice Up Your Game Day Parties

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rotel recipes

This shop has been compensated by Collective Bias, Inc. and its advertiser. All opinions are mine alone. #JustAddRotel #CollectiveBias Here in Kentucky,EVERYBODY is a basketball fan! We’re clearing our calendars for fun family friendly parties for game days! Are you creating a big snacking spread for the Big Tournament? Looking for ways to spice up […]

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The Perfect Easter Cakes and Cupcakes for Your Party

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Easter cakes and cupcakes

Ready to make the perfect cakes and cupcakes for your Easter party and playdates? Take a look at these amazing Easter cupcakes and cakes. They’re the perfect dessert for your Easter get together.   Aren’t these Easter Bunny Cupcakes the cutest? (Can you believe the ears are made of gum?)   I know my kids […]

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