Before we dive into creating life-giving homeschool rhythms, be sure to check out the previous posts in this series: 5 Things to Help You Prepare Your Heart & Home For an Intentional Homeschool Year How I Loosely Plan Our Homeschool Year (Part 1) How I Plan Our Homeschool Week (Part 2) All caught up? Perfect! […]
Snack time just got a whole lot happier! This kid-approved rainbow fruit tray is fun, festive, and you can throw it together in no time at all. This tray would be a cheerful addition to celebrate the start of spring, St. Patrick’s day, or any day in between. Ready to make one for your family? […]
If you have wanted to be more intentional about praying as a family then this DIY Family Prayer Prompt Jar is for you! It’s really simple to put together and you probably have most of the supplies on hand. Like you, I have wanted to pray more purposefully with my girls this year, but two […]
This Lenten Candles Family Activity is a simple, yet profound way to walk through Lent as a family and prepare your hearts for the hope of Easter. Our family has deeply loved using an Advent wreath (and family Advent devotional) the past few years as we eagerly countdown the arrival of Jesus during December. I […]
If you’re looking for an intentional and simple way to celebrate Lent as a family, then you are going to love using this Lent Paper Chain Scripture Countdown. The countdown begins on Ash Wednesday, journeys through Holy Week, and ends with the best news ever on Easter Sunday. As a kid I remember making paper […]
This Love You to the Moon and Back Valentine’s Day Family Mystery Dinner is sure to become a family favorite. Your kids will love getting a silly menu and a mixed up dinner surprise. With step by step instructions + FREE Printables you’ll easily be able to create lots of laughter and a special memory […]
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