Pass the smelling salts, it’s true. I found this great household management site recently and it’s been working really well for us. I even wrote a ‘tip’ for my friend’s newsletter, Homeschooler’s Notebook. Since it’s already written up, I thought I might as well share it here on my blog, too! I have recently [...]
I’m so sorry that I’m taking so long to get the Lapbooking 101 files up here. June kind of exploded on me with everything going on and I just haven’t done it yet. Until now. Lapbooking ideas – what kinds of things to include (.pdf) Lapbooking links to get you started (.pdf) I still owe [...]
If you’re here to find my notes on Lapbooking 101, they’re not here yet. I’m hoping to get them pulled together and posted today, so look later and they should be here. I wanted to make sure you did find the right place for them if you looked today. While you’re waiting, go ahead and [...]
In exchange for an honest review, we were given a free month of access to Time4Learning.com for our two sons. The time has come to let you know what we thought of it! As with most programs, there were some pros and cons. Overall, I thought it was a great system for children who enjoy [...]
I’ve been invited to try Time4Learning for one month in exchange for a candid review. My opinion will be entirely my own, so be sure to come back and read about my experience. Time4Learning offers standards-based language arts and math curriculum. Science,social studies and art lessons are provided as a bonus for most grades. Find [...]
I’m dying here, people. My week started off with a crazy bang and I’m still dealing with the consequences. You see, my Facebook account got hacked. You’ve maybe heard about these hackers who break into people’s Facebook accounts and pretend to be them, asking other Facebook friends for money. That’s the one I got hit [...]
So…I’m trying to come out of my shell and say ‘yes’ to things I would normally run away from. It’s been an interesting experiment that has worked out well for the most part. I’m being more social and learning to be more comfortable around people I don’t know all that well. It’s kind of a [...]
Here’s something you may or may not know about me. I like challenges. I like to try new things to see if I can do them or not. This is a good example of that.
We were offered a baby bunny and I needed a home for him before we could get him. I really wanted a bunny! So I looked online, found a plan, bought wood and went to work.