Caroline and I are starting a new Grapevine Studies Bible study. I decided to do Esther with her since I thought the adventurous storyline would appeal to her. Esther is a strong woman and her story provides lots of opportunity for meaningful discussions about culture, faith, obedience and what it means to be a woman used by God.
The Appeal of GrapeVine Studies
GrapeVine Studies appeal to Caroline and me for a few reasons. (See also my previous review of Grapevine’s New Testament overview.) For me, they are easy to prepare and even I can do … Read more »
This is one of my favorite events of the year! The iHomeschool Network Back to Homeschool Gift Basket Giveaway! This event features a variety of prizes that are sure to be of interest to homeschoolers! There are 34 different giveaways so grab a cup of coffee and get ready to find some giveaways to enter!
I’m giving away a back to school shopping spree. I know that everyone can find things on Amazon so the winner will receive a $25 gift card to Amazon for stocking up on art supplies, books, apps, DVDs, office … Read more »
Did you see the new 2015 Grapevine Studies Biblical Calendar? David and I had the opportunity to work on this neat project and I have three copies of the Grapevine Studies Calendar to give away!
If you use Grapevine Studies, you and your children will enjoy this calendar that highlights the various feasts, events, etc. throughout the calendar year. If you aren’t familiar with Grapevine Studies, check out their free sample lessons. Caroline and I have enjoyed the Grapevine Studies we’ve done. They are perfect for children who love to draw! You can see how we … Read more »
Do you ever wish you could pick the brain of experienced homeschoolers? Do you long for a better support network as you navigate your homeschooling journey?
I’ve been there. I don’t have much of a homeschool support network in real life. I don’t really have the capability to travel to homeschool conventions. But I have learned so much from other homeschool moms online and in books. That’s why I’m really pleased to be a contributor to a valuable resource for parents.
Enter Big Book of Homeschool Ideas! This is a huge book full of practical information on 103 topics for … Read more »
During the month of October, the bloggers of the iHomeschool Network who contributed to Big Book of Homeschool Ideas are doing a fun blog tour. Along with the tour will be numerous giveaways as well as a special bundle price on Big Book of Homeschool Ideas (of which I contributed three chapters).
There are lots of details below so keep reading!
iHomeschool Studio and The Big Book of Homeschooling Ideas Bundle
So what is Big Book of Homeschool Ideas? And what is this special bundle? The bundle is a collection of 23 MP3s from the iHomeschool Studio and an electronic … Read more »
How is it really September 30th? The past three weeks have been a total blur of Caroline getting sick, being sick, and recovering from sickness. Then we had her eighth (eighth!) birthday prep and celebration.
And during this time our babysitter was out of the country, touring Greece with her family. (Insert crying emoticon here.)
I’m over two weeks behind in my work at a bare minimum. I look at my to do list and don’t even know where to start.
It makes me want to escape by reading a book. LOL!
But we’re going to soldier on. We don’t really have a … Read more »
If you are gearing up for the next school year and need a planner, you’ve come to the right place! I’m giving away THREE printed planners from The Old Schoolhouse this week!
David and I had the opportunity to work on these planners for TOS and I think they turned out very well!
This 176 page spiral-bound planner includes a two page spread monthly calendar starting July 2014 and a two page spread for weekly planning. It also includes sections for monthly, semester and yearly goals as well as attendance sheets.
Every month includes a few paragraphs of Hey Mama! encouragement … Read more »