Great Links: February 26, 2010

  • FOOD
  • Texas Cupcakes with Caramel IcingThe Frugal Girl
    -Kristen shares this decadent recipe from Taste of Home Magazine-

    Jelly Bean Bracelets Quirky Mama
    -This adorable craft is a fun, educational and delicious activity to share do with your children-

    Pineapple Upside Down Cake – Seaside Tales
    -Sallie demonstrates how easy it is to make this delicious family favorite-

    Chocolate Peanut Butter Dream BarsLamp Unto My Feet
    -These bars look ooey, gooey and irresistible-

    White Trash – Sugar in the Raw
    -This sweet, no-bake treat is sure to put a smile on little faces-

    • FAITH

    Helping Children in ChurchThe Rebellious Pastor’s Wife
    -Do you have trouble keeping your young ones calm during church services?  Here are some suggestions that may help-

    Bargaining With God – Sincerely Me
    -Dianna shares a simple conversation with her daughter in which they both learned an important lesson-

    Audio BiblesTrivium Pursuit
    -Looking for an audio bible?  Try these links-

    Proverbs and Parenting – An Ordinary Mom
    -Ali shares why she feels a heart full of merriment is important-


    Simple MachinesHyper Homeschool
    -Ashley shares ideas and resources she used while studying about simple machines-

    Burning Paper With a Magnifying Glass Catholic Christian Homeschooling
    -This fun post shared tips and a video for on how to successfully burn paper with a magnifying glass.  Parental supervision required, of course-

    Presidential WigsOur Nifty Notebook
    -Studying colonial times?  Learning about Parliament?  Little ones will enjoy making these easy and entertaining “wigs”-

    How To Draw – Free K-12 Education
    -Lesa shares a wonderful (and free) site with How To Draw videos by artist Jan Brett-

    Melted Crayon HeartsNinth Street East
    -Who says crayon stubs must end up in the trash?  Turn them into beautiful art-

    Over 2000 Free Audio and Video TitlesHeart of Wisdom Publishing
    -I’ve not used this myself but this looks like a great, free source of audio books and videos alike-


    Workbox Master Schedule Form – Homegrown Mom
    -Need help organizing your childrens’ workboxes?  This may help-

    Goal SettingHomeschool Idaho
    -Giving your children some control of their schedule may make everyone’s day easier-

    For Homeschooling Moms Who WorkHi, I’m Andie
    -Tips to help working, homeschooling moms to get the most out of each day-


    Bawling During HomeschoolingLife Nurturing Education
    -Because we’ve all been there-

    Zombie Apocalypse Smrt Lernins
    -Because we know it’s true-

    War Time MommiesThe Rambling Place
    -Heart wrenching reality-

    Cheryl can be found writing at Adventures of a Somewhat Crunchy Mom.



    1. says

      Thanks for linking to our simple machines activity today. We really had a lot of fun! Since then, we have begun our study of chemistry. Can’t wait to post about our atomic models. Love your site!
      Have a blessed weekend!
      .-= Ashley Allain´s last blog ..Developing Number Sense With Arithmaroo =-.