Great Homeschool Conventions Dates for 2014 {Plus a Free eBook}

This year, I’ve partnered with Great Homeschool Conventions to bring you a few posts throughout the year as well as sharing their information in the sidebar. (That’s a fancy way of disclosing that I’m being compensated for working with them.)  Here’s the thing though – I really have loved both of my trips to one […]

Great Homeschool Convention Dates and a Free eBook

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I’m really pleased to be bringing you a few posts over the next year, as well as sidebar advertising from Great Homeschool Convention.  (That’s a disclosure, yo.)  One of the reasons I’m excited about it is because I have actually been to one of the Great Homeschool Conventions twice, and I loved it. One of […]

10 Books for Catholic Children and Families

The following post is from contributing author Dianna Kennedy, and contains affiliate links. Thanks for your support! Are you looking for books for Catholic children to help you teach your children our faith? On our bookshelves, you’ll find loads of Catholic children’s books – check out my favorites and add them to your home. 1. […]

Methods for Teaching a Foreign Language to Your Child

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This post is sponsored by TakeLessons.com. Learning a foreign language is one of those things that many homeschoolers feel that they should be adding to their curriculum, but it can be difficult when you aren’t familiar enough with a foreign language to speak or teach it.  Even for non-homeschooling families, they may just want to […]

New Experience #4: 10 Notes on Taking the Kids to a Large Art Museum

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This is part of a two week series on Many Little Blessings where either I or my family try something that is a new experience and then reflect on it.  Check out all of the new experiences. —– I’m changing up the format that I’ve been following for this series to make this one fit […]