Many Little Links: March 25, 2012


A Tool to Pare Down Your Facebook Stream – Blogging with Amy
I just tried this out, so I don’t know if it’s an awesome thing or not.  But, I have high hopes.

Ten Fun Ways to Keep Easter About Jesus – We are THAT Family
Some great links for keeping the true meaning of Easter in the forefront.

Presentations: Assessing Your Student’s Progress – Simple Homeschool
Great assessment tools that aren’t your normal pencil and paper ways of checking on progress.

Celebrating National Poetry Month with Hand-on Poetry Projects – The Homeschool Classroom
Sarah shared some amazing projects to do for National Poetry month.  I think I might have to pick one or two to do with my creative writing class.

10 Ways to Get Active with Your Family – Eclipsed
This is a perfect time of year for thinking of ways to get out and get active.  Not all of the ideas are outdoor, but many are.

There You Have It: Fun Tips for Using There, Their, and They’re – The Homeschool Classroom
I can’t help it — Julianna was just so clever in this post, I had to share it.  Love her methods for teaching these!

Hold a Pretzel Play Day: 10 Ideas for Speaking to Your Children’s Hearts During Lent – Catholic Mothers Online
Martianne has shared fabulous play date posts before at CMO.  This one was no exception.  How fun!

4 Ways to Simplify (Home) School Meals – Simple Homeschool
Love these lunch ideas!  It can definitely be a challenge to be the one feeding your kids all three meals (and snacks) each day.  So, I love the simplifying ideas.

Sweet Party Chex Mix with Berries –
I totally want to try this.  A bunch of friends and I have had a Chex mix before that we have wanted to be able to replicate, and this just might be it.  (Except using cashews instead of almonds.)

Last, I have to send out a shout out to the Content Brew class on Momcomm.  It’s amazing!  It is just wrapping up for March, and the April class is already sold out.  But, go look into it if you’re a blogger.  I can’t believe how wonderful it has been.

Angie Kauffman
Angie, a domestically challenged nerd and mom of three very fun kids, is the founder of Real Life at Home.  Angie also listens to music every chance she gets, writes eBookspodcastsloves Pinterestdocuments the little moments in life on Instagram, and occasionally sleeps.