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  • Books You Gotta Read: Age 5
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    Books You Gotta Read: Age 5

    Are you looking for books to share with your 5-year-old? I began compiling this list of books when my children were 8, 5, and 2. We are a homeschooling family, and I put a lot of emphasis on reading. In addition to more formal reading lessons, my oldest also must read 2.5 hours on her […] More

  • Books You Gotta Read: Age 4
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    Books You Gotta Read: Age 4

    Are you looking for books to share with your 4-year-old? I began compiling this list of books when my children were 8, 5, and 2. We are a homeschooling family. I put a lot of emphasis on reading. In addition to more formal reading lessons, my oldest also must read 2.5 hours on her own […] More

  • Books You Gotta Read Age 3
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    Books You Gotta Read: Age 3

    Are you looking for books to share with your 3-year-old? I began compiling this list of books when my children were 8, 5, and 2. We are a homeschooling family. I put a lot of emphasis on reading. In addition to more formal reading lessons, my oldest also must read 2.5 hours on her own […] More

  • Books You Gotta Read: Age 2
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    Books You Gotta Read: Age 2

    Are you looking for books to share with your 2-year-old? I began compiling this list of books when my children were 8, 5, and 2. We are a homeschooling family. I put a lot of emphasis on reading. In addition to more formal reading lessons, my oldest also must read 2.5 hours on her own […] More

  • My Favorite Halloween Episodes
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    My Favorite Halloween Episodes

    My family and I love Halloween! We have been planning our costumes for months. In the past, we have dressed as Sesame Street characters and the Peanuts gang. My girls have trick or treated as flamingos, and my two oldest were the most adorable little pumpkins. I even dressed my baby bump as a pumpkin […] More

  • Ugly Christmas Sweater Felt Ornament Craft
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    Ugly Christmas Sweater Felt Ornament Craft

    I am obsessed with all things Christmas. I especially love wearing my many Christmas shirts and sweaters from Thanksgiving through Christmas. As a fun craft this year, my kiddos and I made ugly Christmas sweater ornaments for our Christmas tree. Materials felt embroidery floss felt and fabric glue plastic jewels, sequins, and other decorating materials […] More

  • A Short History of Christmas Cards
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    A Short History of Christmas Cards

    How long do you think people have been sending Christmas cards? If you guessed “not that long,” then you are right. In the history of the holiday, the Christmas card is a modern invention. The first attested date of Christmas celebrated on December 25 was in 336 during the reign of Emperor Constantine, the first […] More

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