Category: Homeschool

Category: Homeschool

Watercolor Fun for Beginners : Magic Circles

This summer I am sharing THIRTY videos all about learning how to use watercolor. Subscribe on YouTube here. They are perfect for all ages, and make a great family activity or something to keep kids busy for a few minutes so you can think your own uninterrupted thoughts for a

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Watercolor Fun for Beginners : Wet on Wet Watercolor

This summer I am sharing THIRTY videos all about learning how to use watercolor. Subscribe on YouTube here. They are perfect for all ages, and make a great family activity or something to keep kids busy for a few minutes so you can think your own uninterrupted thoughts for a

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Come Follow Me New Testament 2023 Devotional Schedule

New Testament Devotional Schedule. Songs to sing and verses to memorize for each week of Come Follow Me 2023 You may remember the FREE devotional schedule I have put together the last few years for our study of the Come Follow Me Curriculum.    The New Testament version is now

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Come Follow Me Old Testament 2022 Devotional Schedule

Old Testament Devotional Schedule. Songs to sing, and verses to memorize for each week of Come Follow Me 2022 You may remember the devotional schedule I put together last year for our study of the Book of Mormon. The free schedule for our 2022 study of the Old Testament is

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Doctrine and Covenants Copywork

Doctrine and Covenants Copywork  Hey everybody. I am thrilled to share with you my latest copywork project! This new Doctrine and Covenants copywork bundle includes approximately 100 pages of copywork in three different skill levels. So, you’ll get unlimited access to print 300 minimalist pages filled with uplifting words to

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What’s Working in Our Homeschool

Now that we’re well into the new school year and have settled into a rhythm, I’m excited to share with you the curriculum we are/will be using this year! First, a little bit about our family. We have 4 kiddos, ages 16, 11, 6 and 4. I’ve been homeschooling them

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