History Timeline- In The Beginning

A history timeline is something I have been wanting to do for a very long time. But I will admit, I was hesitant to start. Why? Well, I had many different ideas how I wanted to do it. My first thought was, to take a roll of butcher paper and carefully make it go all…

My Homeschool Classrom

I just thought it might be fun to share a little about my homeschool space. We all have different needs and we all have a different amount of space to work with. So a short share may be helpful to some. The space I have is about the size of a small bedroom. So for…

Fabric Pumpkins Tutorial

Here is a simple fall project for beginners!  All you need to do is sew a straight stitch with a machine, or you can make this by hand. Even if it’s not a perfectly straight stitch, that is okay; this project is very forgiving. Now to find some fabric scraps and yarn in fall colors!…

Little House In The Big Woods Homemade Butter

Another great activity for the kids to do is make butter! I know it is nothing compared to all the work the Ingalls family did, but it is a small glimpse of the kind work that goes into preparing food. We started with organic whipping cream from Straus Family Creamery. Then we poured all the…

A Walk Through History: The Tower of Babel and Mesopotamia

This week we read about the tower of Babel. What a great piece of history about people and their needed to feel great and mighty.  Oh, how easy it was for God to put a stop to that. We are nothing without him and should do nothing without Him in mind. “Whatever you do, work…

Little House In The Big Woods; Corn Cob Doll

So we have begun our adventure. I will be doing a craft a week for this series, for I have lots of fun stuff going on over here with history and art that I am also excited to share with you. I hope you enjoy our little trip through this series as much as I…

Summer Favorite: Summer Minestrone Soup!

I have to admit, I love soups. Okay, let me rephrase that, I love soups that celebrate their season.  Like our family favorite Summer Minestrone. It’s a great soup to celebrate the bounty of your garden or that of your local farmers market. It’s simple to make and is delicious. It’s one you can share…