Coin Pocket Calendar Pieces

Life has been crazy lately with a vacation, wedding, and then trying to get back into our regular routine. One of those is routines is a daily calendar time. Both boys love it, and enjoy predicting what the new date will show. This month we...
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Ocean Themed Word Problems

*This post contains affiliated links. We are getting excited. Our trip to the ocean is right around the corner, and in honor of that I have been implementing some ocean themed activities throughout our day. Of course there is a lot of reading going on....
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Shape Hunt at the Grocery Store??

Let’s just say it like it is. Going to the grocery store with four children 5 and under is not my favorite chore. Since my little kiddos can devour some food, our weekly grocery trip could not be delayed any longer. We had had a fun...
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One More, One Less, Number Line Activity

Even though it is just July, we have already started doing a couple days of school each week. Today my oldest son completed his fifth day of Kindergarten, and I am still in awe that his preschool years are officially over. So much has happened in the years since...
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Three Recipes for Diffusing Frankincense

  I love Frankincense. It is one of my favorite oils, and has numerous benefits. Since starting using essential oils, I have used Frankincense internally and tropically on a regular basis. Just recently I’ve starting adding it to my diffuser. Why??? Here are just a few...
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The Correct Response

We were having fun!! The big boys were happily chatting in the back of the van, and admiring their new movies. They were laughing and teasing me because I was wrong, and they were right! It was one of those moments when you thoroughly enjoy...
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What’s Better Than Oils for Stress????

I found this e-mail in my inbox the other day, and had to smile at the reference to essential oils. Dr. David Jeremiah wrote… Last year, a Gallup poll found large numbers of Americans in the grip of worry, and a simultaneous study by the...
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