What to Consider When Your First Day of Homeschooling is in January

When we became home educators, there was a number of nuggets, i.e., bits of timeless wisdom, that we were blessed to receive very early on in our transition.   One of those nuggets was that if your child was in a traditional school environment, it would take about a year for them to “deprogram,” so to […]

Lapbooking 101 with A Blessed Heritage’s Products–Part 3

Pam Andrews’ lapbooking 101 lessons have been great edu-tainment for me, and I hope you have enjoyed them as much as I have.   If you have missed any of her lessons, click here for part 1 and here for part 2.   Be blessed, dear friends.   This was a special, unexpected treat, and […]

Lapbooking 101 With A Blessed Heritage’s Products–Part 2

I shared part 1 of Pamela’s tremendous lapbooking how-to using A Blessed Heritage’s products recently.  She continues this very informative series here in part 2.  

Chickasaw Nation, Oklahoma

We returned to Oklahoma as a part of our son’s continued search for his next academic home.  This time, though, we made a purposeful side trip to tie into the youngest’s history studies.  With the older two, we have journeyed to Nacogdoches and take in Caddo and Tejas Indian history.   Those cultures are well […]

Lapbooking 101 with A Blessed Heritage’s Curriculum–Part 1

I love how the Lord moves, and the fact that He rarely takes the direct approach–at least in my life.   Often as a small business owner when I have attempted to meet that special person or make the right connection, it just didn’t work out as I planned.   BUT…in those times when I have simply […]

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