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Gluten Free Sourdough Bread

A few months ago, we were able to add sprouted wheat to my son’s diet.  This was a huge gain for us, as he was entering preschool and packed lunches were a necessity.  When he was in a home daycare setting, I could easily send leftovers for his lunch and his caregiver would heat them up for him and all was good.  Going to school was a whole different animal.  We have bento boxes,...

Printable Grocery List with Weekly Meal ...

Printable Grocery List with Weekly Meal Plan
I try to grocery shop once a week.  I take my weekly grocery budget in cash every Monday and try to purchase enough to get me to the next week.  I also like to have a little cash left at the end of the week for a Saturday morning farmer’s market trip. I have been scribbling my list in a spiral notebook- drawing a table at the bottom of the page with my plan for the week and then...

Our Homeschool Planner

Our Homeschool Planner
Each year I pull together a bound planner that I use both for planning and record keeping.  In previous years I have used other people’s designs and have used only the portions I need.  This year I went ahead and made a simple page for myself.  This is the first one I have completed– it is the daily planner.  I was able to find some really cute vector art on vecteezy.com. On the...

Teaching Art

Teaching Art
This fall I will be taking on a new adventure!  Teaching art to kids in grades K-12.  I plan to put my lesson plans and photos of artwork on here.  I’m in the planning phase now.  I have 3 separate classes. K-3- Art Explorers- We will become Art Explorers this semester, traveling through time to meet influential artists and learn their techniques.  We will discover our inner...

Quarter 3, Seventh Grade

Quarter 3, Seventh Grade
Third quarter took off with a very rough start. After two weeks of Christmas break, we had planned to start back with Action Boy’s preschool on January 6. Unfortunately, the bitter cold followed by a boil warning caused his school to be cancelled through Thursday of our first week back. Cabin fever combined with a generally sluggish attitude about returning to class made that...

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