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Cast & CharactersThere are some recurring folks in our lives I use abbreviations for; here is a quick rundown.
F (Buggle): Oldest Son, 5 years old (b.2007)
Su (Mouse): Oldest Daughter, 4 years old (b. 2008)
W (Bull): Second Son, 3 years old (b. 2009)
J (Jack): Youngest Son, Infant (b. 2012)
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TopicsAdvent Challenge chicken bones christian calendar Collects conversations with F conversations with Su cooking cooking with preschoolers Creating daily devotions Downloads Elementary Education F Feasts free play Gardening Heritage of Faith homeschool convention homeschooling housekeeping J jobs Lectionary Bookmark Life lifelong learning math readiness Multitudes on Monday organizing Praying the Psalms preschool education preschoolers Reflections Religious musings routine school readiness Science shedule spiritual formation stretching your food dollars Su teaching moments thanks training preschoolers W
Monthly Archives: August 2010
When we think about how to prepare our children for school we think about teaching them their colors, shapes, how to count etc. How often do we think about how our daily activities help prepare them for school? Many of … Continue reading
What is the difference between a schedule and a routine? Is it necessary to have everything planned to the minute? What do you do when a doctor’s appointment or something comes up that’s not in the schedule? I don’t think … Continue reading
Week of Sunday, August-15-2010 – Proper 15 (8-17) Sunday 118 :: 145 Judges 16:15-31 2Corinthians 13:1-11 Mark 5:25-34 Monday 106:1-18 :: 106:19-48 Judges 17:1-13 Acts 7:44-8:1a John 5:19-29 Tuesday ,121,122,123 :: 124,125,126, Judges 18:1-15 Acts 8:1-13 John 5:30-47 Wednesday 119:145-176 :: 128,129,130 Judges 18:16-31 Acts 8:14-25 John 6:1-15 … Continue reading
When Oldest Son (3) was a baby we discovered that he was easily overstimulated by people and needed to have some time each day where he had only inanimate objects to interact with (and only a few of those). I … Continue reading