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School Daze Help: Tapestry of Grace

Although my educational background includes a teaching credential and a Master’s degree, my husband and I decided years ago that we wanted to teach our children at home. After teaching high school for a couple years, I came home to care for my baby full time. And prepare for a journey of a lifetime. What […]

Family Fun: Hidden Pictures

I have fond memories of looking through old picture books with my mom. She would ask me to find a certain type of animal, or a man on a bike, or a lady with a hat. We would spend hours looking through books, her asking questions while I carefully examined the book. It probably led […]

Preschool Play: Story Stretchers

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Since my mother is a college professor, a specialist in Early Childhood Education, a former kindergarten teacher, and a Child Psychology major, you can bet that my growing up years were filled with all sorts of “developmentally appropriate” activities. (And yet, I still turned out kinda wierd. Anyway….) One of the great things about having […]

Preschool Fun: Playdough

Whether you buy your playclay at StuffMart or use the recipe below, you are sure to have a good time with your little ones. Smooshing clay seems to relieve stress or something. Use plastic placemats to contain the mess. You don’t need all the tools that they make, either. Just a few cookie cutters, a […]