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Find the correct size knitting needles for your yarn and the knitting stitches will slide smoothly.
Prepare delicious, fully-cooked food without electricity and learn from our experiments with a solar oven and solar cooking on our urban homestead.
We're still growing strong through May kindergarten 1, learning about trees and the animals who live in them.
Learn about the unique properties of sheep wool fiber and how to process it from a raw fleece into needlefelting or spinning yarn.
Read crochet patterns correctly to understand the gauge, yarn, and hook size, and you'll know how to crochet projects successfully!
Follow our homeschooling adventures for April kindergarten 1 as we meet Mother Nature in our stories and learn about how plants grow.
Savor the taste of gluten free chocolate chip cookies that melt in your mouth and don't hurt your belly. These are soy free, diary free, and caffeine free when you make them with homemade carob chips.
Learn how to crochet with some basic instructions on how to use crochet stitches, yarns, and patterns.
Find the most beautiful needlepoint stitches with my easy guide to stitch types so you can make your next project stunning.
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 including rocks and erosion.
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.
Develop your student's full potential by choosing the type of homeschool education that works best for your family and matches your student's learning style. Use my list of subjects and educational styles to guide you in making the best choices.