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101 Days of Christmas: Traditional Advent Kit

Each week at our Classical Conversations homeschool group, we have a "family presentation" and one of the families in our group shares a little bit about themselves -- their heritage, a hobby they enjoy, a trip they've taken, etc.  It's really a fun way to learn all kinds of interesting things, and it's one of…

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101 Days of Christmas: Rolled Paper Flower Arrangement

The following post is from Janel of Life with Lucie and Ella.: It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas! It is so much fun to decorate for the holidays, but you don't need a huge budget to fill your home with pretty decorations. Scrapbook paper is inexpensive and can be used to make so…

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101 Days of Christmas: Printable Nativity Set

Bringing the nativity story to life is has always been an important part of our Christmas celebration. Just last year Emma captivated us with her retelling of Jesus' birth. She used her Bible and her nativity set and moved the little characters around as she read each part of the story. Like last year's Jesse…

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101 Days of Christmas: Fancy Paper Cookie Plates

My mom has this pretty ceramic plate that she threads with various ribbons for special occasions. It's a beautiful way to serve cookies and cakes, but it's obviously cost-prohibitive to be handing those out as gifts left and right. Even though cookie tins are significantly less expensive, the cost of those can add up as…

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