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A New Christmas Tradition!

A New Christmas Tradition!

Don’t you just love Christmas traditions?  My favorites involve reading my favorite stories from The Norman Rockwell Christmas Treasury and The Candle in the Forest: And Other Christmas Stories Children Love – eBook By Compiled & edited by Joe L. Wheeler / Howard Books (affiliate link).  The kids love when we scoop them up in…

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Donielle By Donielle, December 5, 2018
Gifts for homeschool moms and other awesome ladies!  Giveaway!

Gifts for homeschool moms and other awesome ladies! Giveaway!

I am busy creating my DIY Christmas gifts today. There is something very special about receiving – and giving – a gift that took time and effort to create. But, sometimes I do not have the time, materials or talent to re-create something amazing that I have seen.  When that happens, I like to support…

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Donielle By Donielle, November 26, 2018
Art History Thanksgiving Project!

Art History Thanksgiving Project!

Happy Thanksgiving!  I am sending out this post early this week, so you have time to do this Thanksgiving art project.  We hope you enjoy it as much as we did. I never do art projects for their cuteness. It is part of my efficiency rule. Projects have to have some educational value or brain…

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Donielle By Donielle, November 20, 2018
Read “Emma” with Me

Read “Emma” with Me

Would you do me the honor of reading a Jane Austen novel with me?  I promise you will enjoy it.  Emma is entertaining, simple to follow, and teaches lessons that you did not know you learned until the last page turns and you shut the book, feeling satisfied.  Read Jane Austen’s Emma with me! Why read Jane…

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Donielle By Donielle, November 16, 2018
Something exciting for you, ladies!  UNLEASHED Womens’ Conference

Something exciting for you, ladies! UNLEASHED Womens’ Conference

Don’t know what to ask for as a Christmas gift, ladies?  How about of a weekend of refreshment, renewal, encouragement, and laughter?  My dear friend, Dede Lomenick, speaker and comedian, has organized this very exciting weekend!  This is how she describes the process of putting the UNLEASHED Womens’ Conference together: Here is the initial story…

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Donielle By Donielle, November 9, 2018
Boston with Kids

Boston with Kids

No homeschool hands-on history vacation can beat Boston!  Along with Washington, D.C. and Colonial Williamsburg, visiting Boston was a must-do with our older kids.  Since we had flown into New York City and driven to Cape Cod, we decided to fly out of Boston and spend a few days immersed in early American history.  To get the…

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Donielle By Donielle, November 2, 2018
Cape Cod with Kids

Cape Cod with Kids

We had a delightful three days in that charming New England area known as Cape Cod, following five days in New York City.  It was my first visit to Cape Cod and I loved it.  It is a destination for all ages.  So what do you do with kids in Cape Cod?  Anything and everything! …

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Donielle By Donielle, October 26, 2018
New York City with Big Kids

New York City with Big Kids

This summer we did New York City again!  It was part of a larger East Coast vacation.  Since we did the Big Apple with our children twice before (you can read about those trips here), many of the standard tourists spots had been covered.  Plus, our girls are 12 and 15 now, so they are…

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Donielle By Donielle, October 20, 2018
School Room Makeover (and free math worksheet)!

School Room Makeover (and free math worksheet)!

First things first: freebie! Have you ever had one of those rooms that gets piled up and you end up just shutting the door on it for a while? You know, organizing it is more than you can take, and the rest of the family just keeps piling things in there?  Time for a school…

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Donielle By Donielle, October 12, 2018
Read “Animal Farm” with me

Read “Animal Farm” with me

Next in our reading series, let’s pick up an old dystopian classic, Animal Farm.  This is not a children’s story, despite its moderately short length.  Do not bother reading it to students without the background historical context.  It is the perfect read directly after a study of communism!  In the novel, a group of Farmer Jones’s…

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Donielle By Donielle, September 28, 2018
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I am a lawyer, homeschool mom to three terrific dolls, wife to Gary, follower of Jesus. I love literature, researching, chocolate, iced tea and anything to do with the beach. Let's be email friends! Subscribe and leave your comments. I look forward to chatting!
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