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Mary Wilson

Family Connections, Homelife, Parenting, Uncategorized

Over 15 Activities for January Family Fun

January is a great time to connect with your kids.

Ok.  So anytime is a great time to connect with your kids, but January has a few unique qualities that you can take advantage of right now.

It’s dark.  It’s cold.  And sometimes, if you are lucky, it is white.

All of these qualities make this the perfect month to cozy up and connect as a family. To make it a bit easier for you this month, I’ve compiled a list of ways you can make some family memories this month.

Over 15 ideas for January family fun. Take advantage of the dark, the cold, and the coziness of winter.
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Holidays, Homeschooling, Uncategorized

December Homeschooling

It’s that time of year when the magic of Christmas meets the requirements of homeschool and I attempt to find enchanting ways to bring them together.

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Perhaps I could teach lessons while wearing Christmas antlers, but I haven’t bought a pair….yet.

In the meantime, here are some ideas we are trying this season:

December Homeschooling: Games

We add a few new board games to our game collection every December. In the past, we opened one a week, but this year I just pulled them both out right at the start.

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Adventures/Travel, camping, Gifts, Homelife

Essential Outdoor Adventure Gifts for Kids

A few years ago, our children received Outdoor Adventure themed Christmas and birthday gifts to equip them for family outdoor adventures for years to come. They received many of the essential items required for our family outdoor adventures.

Since then we have traveled the US from coast to coast and I am grateful that we always have the basics for hiking, camping, exploring, and more.

A list of Essential Outdoor Adventure Gifts for Kids

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Five Homeschool Social Media Accounts You Aren’t Following But Should Be

We know many of the big names in the world of social media. You know, the pages and accounts with thousands of followers.

And those pages are fantastic with plenty of good information.

But hidden in the corners and around the bend are tons of homeschooling moms who are sharing their wisdom and their journeys on their social media accounts.

Today I want to share five smaller accounts that inspire me, brighten my facebook feed, and encourage me on my parenting journey.

We all know the big names in social media, but today I wanted to share five accounts you might not be following but probably should. They inspire and encourage me in my homeschool journey.

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