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Frozen Craft: Coffee Filter Snowflakes

Like38.6K Tweet0 Share +10 Pin0 Share0 This is a super fast, quick, easy and cheap winter craft or Frozen movie theme party fun.  We first started making the out of printing paper. The snowflakes were great but very hard for little hands to cut. We switched over to coffee filters. This has become a winter tradition for us. Every year […]

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Free Printable Folger’s Coffee Can Labels

Like38.6K Tweet0 Share +10 Pin0 Share0 Crafty CanistersGet the free labels here. Holiday Labels Available on EtsyHere is a great frugal gift idea:   Folgers plastic resealable coffee containers are durable and have a handy indent for a handle. Its a super idea for gift giving. Fill with Bird seed, crayons, cookies, trail mix, popcorn, candy, […]

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A Christian’s View of World of Warcraft

Like38.6K Tweet0 Share +10 Pin0 Share0 Introduction to World of WarcraftNote: Title was changed from A Christian View of World of Warcraft to A Christian’s View of World of Warcraft because I don’t represent all Christians.If you haven’t heard of the World of Warcraft game, you or your children will. The popularity of this game is mind blowing–over 1oo million […]

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A Journey Home: Homeschool in TN to Israel

Like38.6K Tweet0 Share +10 Pin0 Share0 About a dozen years ago my family attended church with the Waller family in TN. We were all excited about learning about the Bible holidays and Jewish roots of the Christian faith. Tommy and Sherri are one of the sweetest, most caring couples I have ever known. The Lord […]

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Should Homeschoolers Teach Logic?

Like38.6K Tweet0 Share +10 Pin0 Share0 Logic and rhetoric are extremely popular and enthusiastically sought after by those in the homeschool community. But how important are logic and rhetoric? How much weight should they have in our homeschool day?Logic is a skill or a tool like a hammer. A hammer can be used to build […]

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What’s Your Foundation?

Like38.6K Tweet0 Share +10 Pin0 Share0 Is your faith is based on church attendance, homeschooling, Scripture memorization,reading a certain Bible, Calvinism, or other “good” works or denomination?Pride in “we don’t smoke, drink, cuss, chew or go to movies” is a house built on sand with a crashing waves approaching.Take a minute to examine your foundation. […]

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Honor Your Mother, Even When it’s Hard

Like38.6K Tweet0 Share +10 Pin0 Share0 Mothers are precious gifts to their families, and the value of a godly mother is beyond measure. In the fifth commandment, Honor your mother and father (Exodus 20:12, 21:17), the word “honor” is to obey, to revere, to speak kindly to, to speak and think well of. ” For God said, Honor thy father […]

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Charlotte Mason Homeschooling

Like38.6K Tweet0 Share +10 Pin0 Share0 The Heart of Wisdom teaching approach creates lesson plans using Charlotte Mason’s methods, and teaching to the four learning styles (the Four-Step Lessons). It’s a new, creative way to organize and utilize Charlotte Mason’s unique methods.Charlotte Mason was an educator in England during the nineteenth century, and her methods are […]

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When Prayer Was Taken Out of School

Like38.6K Tweet0 Share +10 Pin0 Share0 In 1962, the Court examined a simple twenty-two word prayer, first used to negate prayer in schools:“Almighty God, we acknowledge our dependence upon Thee, and we beg Thy blessings upon us, our parents, our teachers, and our country.”This simple prayer, said by children, acknowledged God. Americans’ indifference allowed the […]

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Homeschool Direction: A Wisdom Parable

Like38.6K Tweet0 Share +10 Pin0 Share0 Once upon a time there was a village far away in a remote location, which had experienced a hard year of severe weather. A group of missionaries worried that the villagers’ crude huts would not be able to withstand the strong weather any longer.The missionaries wanted to help by […]

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