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Our first year of homeschooling continues with January kindergarten 1.
Here's a list of my favorite Instant Pot recipes with cooking times and why I love it so much!
Become your own free designer and be a cross stitch pattern maker. It's easier than you think!
For homeschooling December kindergarten 1, we celebrate Advent all month long and try to focus on what is really important as we celebrate the Christmas holidays.
I figured out how to make gluten free gingerbread cookies that you can roll out for cookie cutters! They're also egg-free and dairy-free yet taste and smell absolutely delicious.
Learn how to garden and participate in urban farming, whether you're raising vegetables, raw honey, composting worms, or edible weeds.
I am trying to configure pieces of ten foot pvc piping into well they are really more cold frames then greenhouse. If I can figure out a successful arrangement
Follow along with our homeschooling activities as we work and play our way through school days for winter kindergarten 1 and continue our homeschool adventures.
Learn how to make homemade window quilts the quick and easy way for more window insulation and the health benefits of sleeping in the dark.
Here are some other random crochet projects that don't fit in the other sections.
Learn the process for raising silkworms and growing your own silk fiber through sericulture.
Learn how to knit with some basic knitting instructions for how to use knitting stitches, yarns, and patterns.
Learn the basic urban homesteading skills to get started on an adventure in self-sufficiency.
Learn down to earth technology and traditional skills that will help you survive urban homesteading and homeschooling grow strong.
Stitch and finish a handmade counted cross stitch Christmas stocking for a family heirloom to make the holidays memorable.