#Review – Fantastic Art Curriculum


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One of the many “best things” I love doing with the kids!


Art can be hard for some homeschool families when Mom doesn’t have any talent in it. Thankfully these days YouTube is a great teacher! My teen goes to an online private school and one of her electives is Art. The teacher uses a great text book but some things books can not teach as effectively […]

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Back to Cyber Schooling


  It was late, 1am kind of late, and my teenager was still awake. She was clearly excited and nervous and she couldn’t sleep. Her eyes glittered in the dark room and she near bounced up and down telling me about how much she looked forward to the next morning. She was going into highschool, […]

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Shooting at Chardon High School in Ohio

Today is a day of sorrow as what should be a sacred safe place has be ripped apart by violence.  A shooting has occurred at Chardon High School near Cleveland, Ohio, One student entered the building and shot 5 student, killing one.  The school was put on lock down and  parents frantic to get to their […]

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Update to Homemade Light Box

My sister/niece/cousin in law mentioned she didn’t understand how to make one of these from my last post on them so I though I would update with better photos as sometimes I can be as clear as mud when trying to explain things! 1. Clear Bin 2. Line the inside and bottom with tin foil.  […]

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Sensory Table — Rainbow Fun

A sensory table is more than just a spot for your children to have fun. It can be a great tool for helping with child development. It can help with fine motor skills, science, math and more. This kind of open ended play is important for growing minds, just as important as Letters and Numbers. […]

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