5 January Homeschool Family Fun Ideas Use these silly but actual celebrations to make every day a holiday!
Welcome the true spirit of Christmas and allow ample time for snacking on peppermint candy canes, admiring poinsettia plants in the store, sipping hot cocoa, gazing at Christmas lights, and reading and re-reading the Christmas story in the book of Luke. Here are 5 December Homeschool Family fun Ideas!
November, the month of gratitude, splashed on the scene with brilliant fall colors and thirty opportunities to count blessings daily. With much intention, families can practice an attitude of thanksgiving throughout the month of November in anticipation of the true meaning of the holidays celebrated in December. Here are five November homeschool family fun ideas. November Homeschool Family Fun Ideas Be grateful every day this
The tease of slightly-cooler temperatures in some parts of the country tempts the senses with the promise of autumn beauty. A few leaves are loosening their hold and farmers prepare their fields for new plantings. Enjoy the last calendar-deemed days of summer and savor shades of green before they meld into fall delight. Make the most of every day with some of the zany, but
According to the calendar, the halfway point of the summer season falls on August 6. Despite the presence of sharpened pencils, lessons plans, and brand new crayons, be sure to keep the spirit of summer alive with a wealth of outdoor playtime and park picnics with watermelon slices and popsicles. Don’t abandon summer just yet – make warm memories to cherish with some of the
Can you believe that we’re halfway through the year already? July makes that official. I hope you’ve made a ton of family memories already in the year 2019, but take heart – you’ve got the second-half of the year to make up for it, if you’ve not quite taken part in all those adventures you planned. To help you get started, try out some of
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