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Join me for some free acrylic painting lessons as I challenge myself to try new things and explore techniques.
For homeschooling March kindergarten 1, we'll work on letter recognition and lots of other fun topics.
Step by step photos and instructions of how egg ornaments, also known as traditional Ukrainian pysanky, are handmade.
Watch us bloom and grow while homeschooling spring kindergarten 1 as we go on nature walks and learn in a Waldorf inspired style.
Learn what to look for in a good homeschool reading curriculum and how I chose what we're using. It's important to consider decoding versus comprehension to make your best reading lessons.
There are many different types of homeschool education. You need to find the type that works best for your family and matches your student's learning style.
There's nothing like silk ribbon embroidery for making gorgeous, smooth dimensional ribbon embroidery flowers and leaves.
Counted cross stitch is the most popular embroidery method. You can learn the easy embroidery stitches quickly, and there are a variety of cross stitch patterns to suit every style.
Feel the love for learning in February kindergarten 1! This month our story character is traveling to other lands, learning about how different animals and cultures can be found in different climates.
Go retro with some crochet poncho patterns! Handmade crochet ponchos were popular in the 1970's during the colonial revival and are now back in style.
We're developing our own homeschool science curriculum to build a sense of wonder and love for learning.
Experiment with new knitting stitches and various types of yarn in knit scarf patterns.
Our first year of homeschooling continues with January kindergarten 1.
Find the best way to organize a homeschool planner so it supports your weekly and daily homeschool schedule.
Making your own homemade toys is easier than you think and much more meaningful. And fun!