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Find the best crochet afghan patterns and ideas for crochet granny squares to use your leftover yarn scraps.
For winter kindergarten 2 (age 5-6), our Waldorf inspired style gets a little more academic yet still very playful and imaginative.
While homeschooling December kindergarten using a Waldorf inspired educational style, we celebrated Advent, Christmas, and other 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.
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.
A sign of fall, it's time to make paleo pumpkin bread with coconut flour so those with food allergies can eat it!
Learn how to choose the best cast iron cookware and how to season cast iron properly. I love it and use it for everyday sustainable cooking!
While homeschooling October kindergarten using a Waldorf inspired educational style we continued our study of trees and weather and observed autumn changes.
You can make adjustments to knit sweater patterns and learn how to knit your own design.
Learn the secret to peeling chestnuts without frustration. Now we can prepare chestnuts more easily!
Here are the details about what we did for homeschooling October kindergarten 1 using a Waldorf inspired educational style.
I love to do crochet baby patterns from baby booties to toys. You can make a whole baby layette pattern!
For autumn kindergarten 2 (age 5-6), our Waldorf inspired style gets a little more academic yet still very playful and imaginative.
While homeschooling September kindergarten using a Waldorf inspired educational style we learned about dragons, kites, and observed trees.
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.