Learn how Pathway to Liberty's History Curriculum allowed my Kindergartner and 5th grader to walk through The Middle Ages together.
As a Christian, having the instant ability to communicate with God through prayer is a tremendous blessing. If I am having a great day, I offer Him a prayer of Thanksgiving. When times are tough, I send up a prayer for strength to endure. Then, on occasions of mourning, I ask God for comfort and … Continue reading My DIY Personal Prayer Journal
Recently Bear was able to learn how to create cool animated Lego videos using the Stopmotion Explosion kit. Check out the blog post to learn about the creation process. Then, watch his recent YouTube video to see the premiere of his first mini-movie.
After missing three services I was elated to be back at my home church. Visiting other churches while with family was nice but I definitely couldn't wait to return to our church. While away I was reminded of the importance of weekly worship and wanted to share three ways we make it a priority. Be … Continue reading Make Weekly Worship a Priority
Thanks to Tied 2 Teaching, our weekly project day has become STEM headquarters. For approximately two months we've been using the STEM Activities, Full Year of Challenges with Close Reading set. Learn our thoughts on the projects and watch is complete a challenge.
January is already over and it was filled with so many amazing things! Usually our transition back to school after Winter Break is a hard one but this year I decided to try some new things. Rather than jump back into our regular schedule, I slowly added things as I do and we start our … Continue reading January 2019 Homeschool Wrap-up
This week I'm introducing a new segment on my blog called Beauty Tuesday. This space will be used to share my nails for the week, skin care products that I'm interested in, or current hair obsessions. I might also throw in the occasional fragrance, outfit of the day, or fashion haul. Either way, this will … Continue reading Beauty Tuesday: My Mom’s Nails