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Intentional Mud Kitchen Ideas for Kids

The Word of the Lord Stands Forever If I were to describe our homeschool in a few nouns, they would be Jesus, nature and treats. We love thinking of creative ways we can incorporate all of this together. The grass withers and the flowers fall, but the word of our God endures forever.” Isaiah 40:8 Many of our days are filled with outdoor play and getting dirty. Surrounded by three busy boys, our daughter is often just as dirty and plays in the mud with everyone else. We decided not to bake this day but we still "played" baker together. I gave her some wilted flowers that were left over from a project we were doing indoors. We gathered some dirt and a silicone cupcake mold and had a blast for

6 Busy Bag Ideas for Toddlers

Keep Your Toddler Busy While You Homeschool I constantly get the question, “what do I do with my little ones while I am homeschooling my older ones?” It’s a simple answer, let them participate in school as well. Your little ones look up to their siblings and want to be just like them. Why not use that to your advantage? This is your opportunity as a homeschooling leader to set the precedence that they too will be doing school, just as their older siblings when they're XYZ age. Later on, trying to get them to sit down and do their “book work” will be a much easier process. You say to yourself, “Okay, Amanda, do I give my newborn baby a crayon and piece of paper? Do I hand my 14-month-old a li

Lifecycle of a Tomato Plant

Over the last few days we have been planting our seeds in the garden. We've had so much fun exploring the anatomy of seeds, examining seeds under the microscope and studying the life cycle of this amazing plant. Want to create interest in your children around the lifecycle of a plant? Get in the kitchen and bake a lifecycle cake! This cute cake will have them asking for the mature plant piece of the cake when you're all done. What you need: -A box of chocolate cake mix and the ingredients required to bake the cake icing: -1 stick butter -1 stick crisco -4 cups powdered sugar -2 Tablespoons cocoa powder -1 teaspoon vanilla - green and yellow food coloring -red sprinkles -white ball sprinkles


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