This is such a funny holiday to me, but one I enjoy. There was a pretty famous movie by the same title as well where a man relives the same day over and over. That day happens to be February 2! The idea of reliving the same day may sound great or awful depending on… Continue reading Celebrate Ground Hog’s Day with Adventures in Odyssey!
We absolutely love working our way through the Adventures in Odyssey Christmas episodes! Have you listened to the Countdown to Christmas Album? If not it is the perfect place to begin! Once you are done with that one, pop back here and take a lot at a few more Christmas episodes from the Adventures in… Continue reading Adventures in Odyssey Club: Merry Christmas!
Travel back with me to Christmas 2006. I had one sweet 16-month-old daughter, busy as can be. I had joyfully discovered during Thanksgiving a few weeks earlier that I was expecting another baby, due the following summer. My sister-in-law (also my best friend) was showing me her beautiful scrapbook of her own 16-month-old daughter, my… Continue reading Pixel Scrapper: A Memory Keeper’s Dream Come True!
You may not recognize this pup below unless you have watched through the Adventures in Odyssey Animated series. This is Sherman and he was a major part of the cartoon series created about the town of Odyssey. Although animals are not main characters in the audio series, there are a number of stand-out episodes that… Continue reading Adventures in Odyssey Club: Animals of Odyssey!
Are you looking for something new and engaging than the traditional episodes of Adventures in Odyssey?!? Some of my favorite and extremely different Adventures in Odyssey stories are the Passages episodes. They center around an alternative world, called Marus. Individuals from our world find themselves transported unexpectedly into a world they’ve never known, yet seems… Continue reading Passages: Adventures in Odyssey Club
Our routine is smoothOur flow is backNow all I ask Is we stay on track Sometimes a little poetry is cathartic. This week was good. There were bumps…there always are…and we press on. If anything I’m the one feeling a little off these days. Maybe it’s the state of our country and world…maybe it’s the… Continue reading Peek into Our Week: October 26-30
I remember how curious my daughters were when they were in the early elementary years. Why is the sky blue? Why can’t I see the wind? Why…why…why… One of my favorite aspects of homeschooling is being able to dig deep and find the answers to some of their questions, to inspire them to want to… Continue reading Adventures in the Physical World: Level 2 – A MasterBooks Review
Our family has used MasterBooks resources for a good portion of our homeschooling. From preschool through high school we have so many titles rich in history, science, and biblical truth. Their latest geography title, Passport to America, is a new favorite! Grace is using the companion title, Passport to the World, as a part of… Continue reading Passport to America: A MasterBooks Review
This week was really good. I’m so thankful we are finally in our routine. I’m also really glad we started in early August so we could take the time we needed to really get ourselves into a groove. It takes time every year, but this year was longer. Our 6-weeks-of-school, 1-week-off pattern is working out… Continue reading Week in Review: September 28-October 2
The first Saturday of October was Digital Scrapbook Day!!! There were lots of fun celebrations all around internet-land. I really didn’t get to participate much as we had a full day of work at our church mulching and afternoon preparing to celebrate Grace’s birthday on Sunday. I did get a little bit of scrapping in… Continue reading Scrapbooking: September 28-October 4
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