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!


  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! :)