*New Homeschool Planner*

After struggling for years to find a homeschool planner that worked well for our family, I created my own. If you're looking for a simple, effective, and inexpensive homeschool planner, then I think you'll like the All I Need to Homeschool Planner.

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How to Stay Physically Fit Inside

As a homeschooling mom of two boys that have never been interested in playing sports, I’ve had to use some creativity with their physical education. Going for walks, running around the yard, playing active games, and enjoying playgrounds have helped incorporate exercise into our days. However, when you are housebound, staying fit inside can be more of…

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Ideas for the Study of Birds

February is National Bird Feeding Month. You can celebrate birds this month with a mini-study about one of God’s amazing creatures. Here are some ideas to get you started. First, begin with scripture. Ask your children if they think that birds are mentioned in the Bible. Then, challenge them to find as many scripture verses as possible…

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Running Forward

Two years ago, I felt led to try something new, running. Prior to that leading, I had no desire to run. My exercise routine consisted of walking our dogs for approximately one-half mile twice a day. That's about it. I was not in shape and my forty-something body was beginning to show signs of neglect. Suddenly, I…

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Ten Life Skills to Teach your Kids

Relaxing in front of the television after a long day, I was not thrilled when one of my children entered the room to inform me that a toilet was clogged. That’s the last thing that I wanted to hear. Feeling quite lethargic, I considered my options. Did I need to deal with the issue right at that…

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