Many Little Links: November 21, 2010

Many Little Links

How to Test for Divisibility – Five J’s
A fabulous printable chart with tricks for knowing what is divisible by which numbers.

Give Thanks Paper Quilt – Let’s Explore
An amazingly cute project to do with your children as a reminder of what your family is thankful for.  I love this!

10 Ways to Find Inspiration for Your Next Post – Blogging…Your Way
If you’re a blogger, you have probably found yourself stuck for what to write from time to time.  Angela from Homegrown Mom gave some great ideas of how to get yourself unstuck.

Heating Up – Catalog Living
If you’re not reading Catalog Living yet, you need to be.  This one made Eric and I burst out laughing.

Baby Steps for Celebrating Advent: 24 Super Simple Ideas – Conversion Diary
Advent is starting next weekend, so hop over to Jennifer’s new location to read some great ideas for celebrating Advent from her readers.

Top Ten Tuesday: Money Saving – All That Scrap
Some fabulous ideas for saving money, obviously.

Ornaments to Make with a Preschooler – Feels Like Home
I love all of the great links (and pictures) that Tara compiled!  It looks like there are ornaments for a variety of skill levels, which is nice.

Re-Plan Day – The Homeschool Classroom
I feel the need to re-plan what we’re doing all the time.  It seems like midway through the school year is when I start to feel extra strong about it.

Homeschool Weekly Assignment Planner – Five J’s
Another great printable from Joy.  I definitely think I’m going to try these out and see how they work for our family.

O Jesse Tree, O Jesse Tree…How Crafty Are Your Branches – Catholic Icing
Lacy has compiled lots of fabulous links to a variety of Jesse Tree ornaments.  (I finally finished my Jesse Tree ornaments and have swapped them all out.  We’ll be able to do a Jesse Tree for the first time this year.)

A Plea for Vermont Readers: The Top Ten Things I Love About Vermont – Adventures of a Somewhat Crunchy Mama
This post was born out of a Twitter conversation between Cheryl and I.  If you want to read more about how it happened, read in the comments of the post.  Cracks me up!

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.


  1. says

    Great round-up of links, Angie! I’m loving the kid-friendly ornament round-up at Feels Like Home – so many cute ideas.

    Thanks for including our Thanksgiving Paper Quilt project! :)