Cultivating Wildness

Jenny/ March 23, 2019/ Family Life

 In case you’re wondering, that’s all-natural charcoal “paint” on his face!   We were recently told to “just face it, all kids spend their days glued to a video game.”  Well, we may be weird but this is not our kids.  Not because they have made this incredibly mature decision to not play video games but because we have “gasp”

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Drive Thru History® "Acts to Revelation" Review

Jenny/ March 19, 2019/ Homeschool Reviews

  We were given the opportunity to review Drive Thru History® and their brand new series Drive Thru History®“Acts to Revelation” and I was so excited about this!  The reason?  We love Drive Thru History® and have purchased their other serieses. Our whole family loves these!     What’s included? 18 episodes on DVDs. Study guide. Hard case built like a book.

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Rush Revere Historical Series Review

Jenny/ March 16, 2019/ Homeschool Reviews

  I found the Rush Revere historical series quite by accident this past winter.  When I let Jake listen to the first one he was hooked!  When we were given the whole set of audio-books and hardback books to review he was absolutely thrilled!  (And so was I!)  The ones we reviewed were:  Rush Revere and the Brave Pilgrims, Rush

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Training Boys to be Husbands and Fathers

Jenny/ March 15, 2019/ Family Life

  In our world today there is so much emphasis put on careers and continued learning.  Even in the elementary years there is a drive to prepare for college.  However, there is little preparation for the most important job they will ever have: that of being a husband and father.  And by the statistics of divorce and abandonment by men

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"Learn Our History"

Jenny/ March 8, 2019/ Thrifty Homeschool Mama Tips & Tricks

 disclaimer:  I am an affiliate for this company because I LOVE what they stand for and the products they produce 🙂   Do you love history?  I do! In fact, its my absolute favorite subject.  I love reading about all the interesting things that happened in our past 🙂  In school, however, the textbooks were SO dry that they bored

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