Coming August 1st - The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas
Covering topics that are both hands-on practical and super encouraging for weary hearts and excited first-timers alike, The Big Book of Homeschool Ideas is packed with the wisdom of 55 experienced homeschooling moms. In fact, Kendra has written two of the chapters: Teaching a Subject You Don't Love and Managing Multiple Ages.
More info coming soon!
Rely on the simple and uncomplicated. Do what suits your family best. You know all of those absolutely jaw-dropping buffet spreads and fresh pine swags and elaborate gift wrapping designed specifically for each member of your family, including the goldfish? Skip 'em. Unless you just love to put on the spread and the decor, do what your family loves and will enjoy. Everything else elicits the opposite of easy Advent ideas that don't overwhelm.
Print out these lovely little Advent coloring and activity pages for the kids to work on while you prepare lunch. Talk about what they are coloring or writing. Call it good.
Choose several lovely Christmas books to have on hand and return to each year. As they become favorites, the story of Christmas and its meaning will sink in and be carried into our kids' adulthoods. Precept upon precept.