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{Prayers In A Jar}

I’ve taught my children to pray throughout the years simply by praying with them and having them lead prayer also. Whether it’s saying grace or saying a bedtime prayer, practice  helps them get comfortable with prayer. It also helps make prayer a normal, every-day, part of life. I used to say a piece of a […]

{Treasure Hunt In Your Back Yard}

Okay, so Summer is officially here, can I get a WOOT-WOOT?!!! I love Summer time. There’s something about bright blue skies and longer evenings that makes me breathe in deeply and smile! Ice-cream trucks, bathing suits, evening walks, fun in the sun… all of it brings me much joy. But what do we do with […]

{Spring & Easter: Fun and crafts}

Since Spring hit the calendar, we’ve been working on some crafts and having fun with food. Some are really easy, others took more work and time. But all of them, were fun and helped bring in the Spring-time atmosphere and fun. {Coffee Filter Butterflies} We simply took coffee filters and used Food Coloring to splash […]

{Make Your Own Resurrection Eggs}

For the past couple of days, we’ve been learning about Easter here at home. I wanted to find a way to teach my daughter the real reason for Easter, the reason of our faith- Jesus, His sacrificial demonstration of love on the cross, and His glorious resurrection. In order to teach her this in a […]

Road Trip USA: First stop, The White House

Today’s guest post is from {School Days} The Collazo Family Journal. It’s Thursday and I’m so excited that you decided to join me for our Road Trip USA adventure!! Previously I shared with you this awesome curriculum from Erica at Confessions of a Homeschooler. She has such an awesome site filled with so much information […]

{Family Time: Building a Nativity}

It’s Wednesday!!! Another favorite day of the week for me because I get to share with you some of the awesome crafts and fun things I’ve done with my children. I have a Nativity set that comes out every Christmas. I love it and it seems to have found another fan… my 4-year-old daughter. The […]