Back-to-School Printables: Lunchbox Notes & School Year Signs

The following post is from Jason & Jennifer Bruce of New Season Design: The back-to-school season comes with all sorts of different emotions... excitement, fear, anticipation, eagerness, anxiety. And those emotions aren't just for the kids! It's hard for many parents to make the back-to-school transition. There are lunches to pack, homework to oversee, and…

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Free Preschool Activities from Your Kitchen

The following post is from Katie of Kitchen Stewardship: When you start making changes in your family to a more whole foods or eco-friendly lifestyle (or both!), one major struggle is always, “What do I do with the stuff we don't eat/clean with/cook with anymore?” Many of us also have frugal sensitivities, so boxes of…

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Four Easy Ways to Increase Your Child's Vocabulary

The following post is from Jennifer, a lifelong educator: Words are our main tools of communication.  The better your children can articulate their thoughts, the more success they will experience in school and often, in life.  Here are four ways to help enlarge a child’s vocabulary: Do what comes naturally – talk! You’ve probably heard it…

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Screenprinting Labels on My Fabric Boxes

When Silhouette offered me a chance to try their new Fabric Ink Starter Kit, I immediately knew what my first project would be: stenciling letters onto our homeschool-in-a-box boxes (we started with one box but decided to get a second one as we prepare for fall so that I can keep current items in the…

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Fifty Books to Enjoy with Kids {Reading Guide}

Reading is an important part of our family's culture, and I love children's books. We have hundreds of them, with no plans to declutter our collection any time soon, and I dream of having an extensive home library, not just for our children, but for our children's children as well! However, as our kids get…

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