How to Make Your Own Natural Easter Egg Dyes!

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Did you know that you can make your own natural Easter egg dyes… with items you probably have right now in your kitchen? Our family has always enjoyed dying, hiding, and finding Easter eggs, although we didn’t always do the hiding and finding on Easter Sunday. And when the kids were small, they loved the…

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Mini Valentine’s Day Unit Study!

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Vary your homeschooling! Here’s a Mini Valentine’s Day Unit study, broken down by subject, to add some pizazz to your homeschooling day. Whether you’re baking your kids heart-shaped Valentine’s cookies (my son’s favorite!) or taking an afternoon off to make Valentine’s cards for your local librarians, nursing home, or neighbors, this mini Valentine’s Day unit…

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How to share Black History Month with Kids

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Wondering how to share Black History month with your kids? Teach your kids how Black History month originated, where it’s observed, how in the world it came to be in February, and why it’s so important to celebrate it. You’ll also find out about Black History Month activities for your kids along with ideas for…

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