Young children LOVE practical life skills. They love working with their hands and creating. Here’s a great lesson on Montessori flower arranging and how you can add this lesson to your Christian homeschool today.
My daughter has been asking a lot about Christmas lately. “Where is our Christmas tree?” is something I’ve been hearing since we started reading Christmas books a few weeks ago. “What is this?” and “Why?” Are the other questions I have been answering a lot every time we read any book about the Nativity or […]
Attending church each week is a very important part of our Christian lifestyle. My family attended church when we were growing up every week, unless we were sick or traveling (even then we visited churches where we were). There are a lot of great vocabulary words that kids may not be familiar with for church, […]
While researching Montessori education, you have probably come across different versions or directions for including the Montessori Silence Game in a classroom or home setting. One of the best ways to practice being still and quiet is outside. Today I am sharing an idea for an listening scavenger hunt to explore Creation. “Children, come and […]
Easter is a great time to think of all things new! Our Christ has risen and we are very excited to celebrate spring with several wonderful printables. Thank you so much for joining us for the Learn & Play Link Up.
I am a holiday and themes person. I enjoy any opportunity to decorate, celebrate, or enjoy a little break from the norm. Valentine’s Day is a sweet, low-key holiday that I think is a wonderful reminder to stop and remember to express our love – but it can also be a wonderful reminder to stop and […]