On the Go Homeschool education that doesn't sit still 2013-03-12T19:23:38Z /feed/atom/ WordPress crys <![CDATA[Moon Phases With Cookies]]> /?p=298 2013-03-12T19:23:38Z 2013-03-12T12:00:03Z Science is my favorite subject, but it generally requires a mommy that is not on bed rest to execute properly.

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crys <![CDATA[Bed Rest Changes Things]]> /?p=310 2013-03-04T03:31:28Z 2013-03-11T04:39:58Z Surprisingly, I am actually finding stuff to keep me busy while on bed rest. However, I have deep routed desires to get out of the house. I'm not on total bed rest. I am allowed to sit up with my feet up, and probably do so more than I should. I do get out every once in while, mostly to church and occasionally a dinner. I have made 2 very short trips to the craft store, hence the reason I have a few things to keep me busy. There have been many changes in our house hold to accommodate the rest of the family and myself while I spend so much time laying down. We are normally a very green,

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crys <![CDATA[Invisible Ink]]> /?p=282 2013-03-04T03:00:41Z 2013-03-08T05:57:56Z For history this year we are studying U.S. History. John was a double major in college and one of those majors was history so this is a subject we don't

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crys <![CDATA[Maternity/Due Date Count Down]]> /?p=316 2013-03-04T02:51:04Z 2013-03-04T05:59:58Z You may have noticed the little maternity counter on the side of the blog that counts down how many days remain until my due date. On day 101, I decided to take a little break from the norm and make a counter of our own for the house.

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crys <![CDATA[Homeschool Opposition, The Nay Sayers]]> /?p=301 2013-03-04T03:44:01Z 2013-03-04T03:44:01Z One of the most challenging parts of being a homeschool family is dealing with those wonderful people that feel you shouldn't. Of those people, family members are the absolute worst. When in the general population, if someone disagrees with homeschooling, they tend to just roll their eyes and keep their comments to themselves. However, have a family member, oh say a grandparent or aunt that feels homeschooling is done by weirdos and you get an ear full on a constant basis.

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crys <![CDATA[Sisterly Love On Valentine’s Day]]> /?p=390 2013-02-14T15:36:13Z 2013-02-14T14:43:17Z This year Petra desperately wanted to have a Valentine’s day party for a few of her friends. The plan was to do this, until mommy was put on bed rest. She has been completely bummed about the whole thing for several days now. So, last night, after ash Wednesday service at church, Atlantis had John take her [...]

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crys <![CDATA[Hearing Impaired Homeschooling Mishap]]> /?p=313 2013-02-10T17:55:31Z 2013-02-10T02:31:40Z Recently Troy got a hold of Atlantis' hearing aid, ripped it into 2 pieces and lost part of it (luckily it was the cheaper part). The kids were upstairs and I'm not exactly sure how it happened, but it happened. Not having her hearing aid makes life and school a pinch harder for Atlantis. Without it she must be looking exactly at your lips to really understand what someone is saying. Her speech is also difficult to understand when her hearing aid is out. I really didn't realize how difficult her speech was to understand until she began wearing the hearing aid. It has made a huge change in how she pronounces words and her spelling ability has improved leaps and bounds. It makes perfect sense; being able to hear how a word is formed is a key part in pronouncing and spelling it properly.

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crys <![CDATA[Episencial Bubble Bath Review]]> /?p=212 2013-02-10T07:26:28Z 2013-02-06T21:56:34Z Episencial Sweet Dreams Bubble Bath Product: Episencial Sweet Dreams Bubble Bath What I paid: Nothing, but it retails for $9 Where I got it: I recieved this for free when agreeing to host a Healthy Child Party at www.healthychild.org You can purchase it on the Episencial.com What I like: It is made with organic products and the even [...]

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crys <![CDATA[Walk Through Baby Gate Review]]> /?p=206 2013-01-17T04:59:15Z 2013-01-30T21:33:57Z Regelo Easy Step Metal Walk Through Baby Gate Product: Regelo Easy Step Metal Walk Through Baby Gate What I paid: $31.50 Where I got it: Amazon.com What I like: -The latch is easy to manipulate, my young daughter could easily do it. Could it be better: Oh yes, way better. This is my 3rd child [...]

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crys <![CDATA[Melissa & Doug Paint Cups and Jumbo Brushes Reviews]]> /?p=200 2013-01-23T21:25:15Z 2013-01-23T20:59:25Z This is actually two reviews in one so the I will do one then the other. Melissa & Doug Spill Prof Paint Cups Product: Melissa & Doug Spill Prof Paint Cups What I paid: $7.99 Where I got it: Amazon.con What I like: I really like that these paint cups can tip over and paint [...]

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