Why We Love The Jesus Storybook Bible

Why We Love The Jesus Storybook Bible

It's no secret that I love The Jesus Storybook Bible. It's been a part of our family since my oldest was tiny, and her sisters are also growing up on these gentle, beautifully told Bible stories.  It was originally published the year my oldest was born, and I'm so...

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Jesus Storybook Bible Devotional Pages Printable

Jesus Storybook Bible Devotional Pages Printable

We are dedicated fans of The Jesus Storybook Bible! It has been in daily use in our home for the last 6 years, and I think it is such a wonderful resource for Christian families. It's actually my favourite Morning Time resource, which is what led me to create these...

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Snowy Books for Snowy Days: Great Winter Picture Books

Snowy Books for Snowy Days: Great Winter Picture Books

Winter really is the reader's season, isn't it? There's nothing better than being snowed in with a stack of books and a cup of hot cocoa! Each year I enjoy filling our book basket with our favourite winter picture books, as well as adding fun new finds. If you are...

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How to Keep Warm During Nature Study This Winter

How to Keep Warm During Nature Study This Winter

If you're anything like me, you may find it difficult to be consistent with Nature Study once the temperature drops and the snow starts to fly. Some years, I abandon our nature studies and hold on to the hope of spring while watching my children play outside through...

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Learning Mama’s Top Posts of 2016

Learning Mama’s Top Posts of 2016

Tomorrow marks exactly 2 years since I hit publish on my very first blog post! I have learned a lot in the last two years, both about homeschooling AND blogging, and I'm so happy to be able to share this incredible ride with you! That so many people have been reading...

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Narration: The Art of Oral Composition

Narration: The Art of Oral Composition

In my last post I discussed the simplest and easiest tool for building strong writers in the early years -- copywork -- and today I'm moving on to perhaps the most difficult -- narration. If you've spent any time learning about classical or Charlotte Mason education,...

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Copywork:The Power of Learning Through Imitation

Copywork:The Power of Learning Through Imitation

I've already mentioned that I don't require any creative writing at all from my young writers -- no stories, poetry, or even journal writing. Instead, I wait until my writers have developed mastery of the skills required to properly express themselves on paper:...

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