Learning our ABC’s – Crafty Classroom Bible ABC Notebook Review

Learning our ABC’s – Crafty Classroom Bible ABC Notebook Review

We are just beginning the alphabet with Sugar Plum who is two years old. We are taking a letter a week and doing fun activities to learn the letter and the sound it makes. One of her favorite additions to our letter learning is Bible ABC Curriculum Notebook from The Crafty Classroom.

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Preparing for the Week Ahead – Ambleside Online Year 3

Preparing for the Week Ahead – Ambleside Online Year 3

A few months ago, we ended our Ambleside Online Year 2 studies. After a few weeks off, we began Year 3 slowly. While we do homeschool year round, through the spring and summer we take it a bit slower to enjoy the weather and fun activities. What would normally take one week we are doing over two. This allows us a lot of extra time to enjoy a bit of a break and still have a structure in our days.

This year has also given us a chance to slowly transition into more independent work for both kiddos. At seven and eight years old they are both proficient readers. This slower pace is a great way to let them take on more of the readings themselves.

This is a great transition, but it does take a bit more work on my end in preparing Ambleside for the week.

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Catholic Charlotte Mason Homeschool – Year 2 – Term 2

Catholic Charlotte Mason Homeschool – Year 2 – Term 2

Here’s a sneak peak into our Catholic Charlotte Mason Year 2 – Term 2. We just finished up this term and are began term 3 this past week.

Here’s a recap of Year 2 – Term 2 in our home. You can view our Year 2 – Term 1 here.

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You Are Perfect – Because You Are You

You Are Perfect – Because You Are You

Comparison can get the best of us.

While I was growing up, I constantly compared myself to others, it seemed there was always someone better, prettier, more accomplished than me… the list could go on and on.

As I got older, I still have to fight with the voices inside my head telling me I’m not good enough, pretty enough, strong enough…

It doesn’t stop, and in reality, it probably never will, but that doesn’t mean I have to let it take over my head and heart.

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