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Watch us bloom and grow while homeschooling spring kindergarten 1 as we go on nature walks and learn in a Waldorf inspired style.
Learn how to garden and participate in urban farming, whether you're raising vegetables, raw honey, composting worms, or edible weeds.
We've made a diy rocket stove and purchased a portable stove for cooking while camping.
Exploring monthly sensory bins is a fun way to help young children develop their senses and imagination.
Looking for grain-free paleo gingerbread? This is a very tasty recipe that can be used to make bars or soft cookies.
I figured out how to make gluten free gingerbread cookies you can roll for cookie cutters! They're egg-free dairy-free yet taste and smell absolutely delicious.
Looking for some crochet hat patterns? Take a look at the various hat styles and share a photo of your own crochet hats!
I have collected traditional homemade recipes for my area and created a downloadable recipe book with everything from scrapple to strawberry rhubarb pie.
A sign of fall, it's time to make paleo pumpkin bread with coconut flour so those with food allergies can eat it!
Learn the basic steps of how to make a quilt. Piece it together, add some batting, and bind the edges.
While homeschooling October kindergarten using a Waldorf inspired educational style we continued our study of trees and weather and observed autumn changes.
Here are the details about what we did for homeschooling September kindergarten 1 using a Waldorf inspired educational style.
Want to learn easy quilt making? Explore traditional blocks and learn what to do with your fabric scraps.
Are you confused about quilt sizes and not sure what to sew? Learn how to calculate the right quilt for your next project.
Organize your weekly and daily homeschool schedule with a homeschool planner. The colorful weekly rhythm wheel is a great visualization tool for young children!