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Can I start homeschooling my child in the middle of a school year? This is a question I have heard many times as a retired homeschooler. If this is any indication, I pulled my oldest child out of public school in the second month of the school year while he was in second grade. My […]

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Getting kids prepared for a long Thanksgiving Day is so important. I know because I’ve raised 3 boys myself. I know how kids can become over-stimulated or even bored, so they run around aimlessly just to fill the time. Thanksgiving Day is exciting for kids and challenging that excitement can make your holiday more enjoyable […]

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Are you hoping for family meals that will help you save time and energy on school nights? School season means plenty of evening hours spent completing homework, attending extracurricular activities and preparing to repeat the school-day routine the next day. For many families, having time to prepare and cook quality, nutritious meals can be next […]

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Materials needed ahead of time for the lesson “Kids Going to School in the Mission Field” are paper lunch bags, the coloring page template below, a variety of snacks to put in the lunch bags, colored pencils or crayons, and a stapler. Review Previous Lessons The next preschool missions lesson is about kids going to […]

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When it comes to selecting the right food for their dogs, people often agonize about choosing among a myriad of options. Given that 95 percent of pet owners consider their pets to be part of the family, according to a Nielsen survey on “The Humanization of Pet Food,” pet parents typically want to provide a […]

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The next session for my preschool mission lesson plan is that missionaries see wild animals. I am really loving this missions theme. The kids are excited to come to class on Wednesday nights just to see what fun things they will do next. Missionaries See Wild Animals Lesson Plan For this lesson I started the […]

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Keeping your family safe online is a luxury so many of us have come to take for granted. It is so easy to hop on the Internet and see anything we want at a click of the button. Not only do we surf the web with our desktop computers, but now we have tablets, laptops, […]

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Last night’s preschool missions lesson was teaching that missionaries have to live in different houses when they go on a missions trip. It was so much fun! Here is how the lesson went. I hope you find it useful and try it with your preschoolers during a missions lesson. Preschoolers Have Houses Have the kids […]

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Cooking with canned foods combines convenience and nutrition. SURPRISE! Simple, convenient and versatile, canned foods provide an array of options for families looking to increase nutrition during mealtimes. However, some home chefs may not be aware of the benefits canned foods bring to the table. Canned Foods Myths and Facts Consider these common consumer misnomers […]

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I am currently teaching preschoolers at my church on Wednesday Nights. The theme for Wednesday Nights is missions. This past Wednesday I wanted to teach preschoolers that people are the church. Here is how the evening went. I am constantly telling students that missionaries help build churches both here in the U.S. and around the […]

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