Love Love Love

Love Love Love by Sprittibee's Daughter

Oops!!! I got a little sidetracked the past two weeks after posting my book give-away. I can’t believe it’s already time to announce the winner… Ramona Horton! Shoot me an email to claim your book! What are you up to Valentines Day? Any awesome crafts? Special dinners? Fun adventures? Today we are going to make […]

Charlotte Mason for the Daft (and a book give-away)

At the Book Store

I’ve been toying with Charlotte Mason for nearly a decade. I’ve “known” about her methods for longer than that. I have never been able to totally put myself in the Charlotte Mason box, though, even after becoming a bona fide veteran homeschool mom with a homeschool high school graduate attending college. In hopes that I […]

10 Children’s Books Worth Checking Out (and a give-away)

Salamander Dance

It has been a while since I cleaned off my children’s book review shelf and I have a slew of good books to bring to your attention this time. Many of these were given to me by the publisher or author to look at because they felt we were a good fit as a homeschool, […]

A New Convention on the Block… in Texas!

Thank You to our Military

Apparently, you won’t have to wait until the summer to get your homeschool inspiration on this year. Great Homeschool Conventions is branching out into the Lone Star State in a big way with a new convention debuting in Forth Worth this February (next month). Not long after the homeschool burnout fog has settled, GHC has […]

Little Rascals and a Give Away

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I have some little rascals at my house. I can relate with movies like Dennis the Menace and most recently, Little Rascals Save the Day. I was glad to get a chance to review the DVD before it hits the stores on April 1st. Since I have my copy, I’ll be picking up a copy […]

Elementary & Junior High Book Line-up and Give-away

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A while back, I did a preschool book review and give away… and now I get to share a few elementary and junior high level books! I’ll start with the early on-your-own readers for the kindergarten and first grade level, and then move on up – all the way to an 8th grade level (and […]