Learning to Ride a Two-Wheeler

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This last week, my 12 yo daughter decided my 6 yo daughter needed to learn to ride a two-wheeler (bike) without training wheels. But… my 6 yo wasn’t really that into that idea. So my oldest got creative. She took …

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On the Bookshelf Tour – Part 2 – Homeschooling Resources

In part 1 of the bookshelf tour, you got to see my personal office bookselves, where my reference books, writing books, fiction, and many of the kids’ books are located. So, now I thought I’d give you a tour of …

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On The Bookshelf Tour – Part 1

In response to my home office tour video, Karri asked about the bookshelves and what was on them. So I thought I’d share with you a tour. They say that what’s on your bookshelves tells a story about who you …

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Encouraging Creativity & Imaginative Play Despite the Mess

Today, I wanted to share with you a lesson I’ve learned about getting out my kids’ way and allowing them to be creative and follow their imaginations. As you will see, my yard is a mess according to adult standards, …

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Goal Setting with Kids: Creating Vision Boards

Since we have such big goals for this year, we started back to school with something new and fun – creating vision boards. So that you can see what I mean, I shot a quick, candid video for you. Enjoy! …

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