Struggling to find, maintain or like a Bible curriculum for your multi-age homeschool? Don’t function well in the morning, but still wanting to start your homeschool day off seeking His Word? This is for you: Bible class for slackers.
Up until this year, besides the occasional paper chain or randomly acquired calendar, we have not really made it a practice to observe the Advent season. This year that is all going to change… But in true slacker fashion: last minute, maybe a tiny bit late and real easy.
The Advent Season Plan
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I have people talking to me about Christmas presents and how their homes were decorated for Christmastime November 1st.
What?! I am still shocked that’s it’s November!
I haven’t yet planned anything for our Thanksgiving gathering and even less a Thanksgiving lesson plan. So, this is what I am going to do: slap this post together and then go send out a bunch of texts to the Iron Heart Mamas to plan The Compound’s Thanksgiving festivities…
So, here it is, friend. A little link-heavy, but well worth it.
If you just realized that you haven’t come up with anything to teach your kiddos about Reformation Day on October 31st – this post is for you!
Labor Day seems to be one of those holidays that no one quite seems to know how it came to be.