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I Want to Read About Me!
3 Printable Activities For "Stories About Me"

The little miss and I have recently been reading Stories About Me by Sara Alice. When we received this book my daughter was immediately excited to see the cover. There is a place in the center of the cover for a photo of none other than your little cutie. What could be better than having your photo on the cover of a book? The new dilemma was whether she would draw the photo or we would take one to attach. This book is already promoting decision making and that is a great thing. StoriesAboutMe1 Continue reading


Staying on Track and Giving the Gift of Time

Homeschooling requires a lot of time and patience. There is a lot of time spent planning, engaging your child, giving spelling tests, giving timed math tests and teaching them to read. There is however another aspect to time. It is the gift of time. I feel blessed to be able to share moments with my children that I may otherwise not be able to share. Jord1 Continue reading

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Challenging Your Inner Child While Parenting
My Sandwich is a Spaceship Book Review, Giveaway and Book Study

I recently took a Facebook test to determine whether I am predominantly right or left brained. For me this test was a no brainer (ha-ha). I got 75% right brain and 25% left brain. I was not surprised at all. I rely on my creative side daily and always have. I use it for problem solving and it is how I chose my career. I was a minority among my adult friends. Most of them had a higher left brain score. My husband often says that one of the things he likes the most about me is my childlike spirit.

"Subway Buffalo Chicken" by theimpulsivebuy at flickr.com (scaled and text added)

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"Blurry Cleary" by treybunn2 at flickr.com

Sharing Friendship With My Daughter
Book Study for Ellen Tebbits

Beverly Cleary? Yes please! Ramona Quimby, Ellen Tebbits, Henry Huggins, Ralph S. Mouse, Otis Spofford, and so many more. Raise your hand if you read one of these gems while you were growing up! I know I read more than one of them! Now I have the pleasure of reading them with my daughter.

"Blurry Cleary" by treybunn2 at flickr.com

Image courtesy of treybunn2 at flickr.com (scaled, cropped and text added)

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