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Thanksgiving Cookies Ideas

Thanksgiving Cookies Ideas

When I saw these fun Thanksgiving cookies ideas, I knew I had to make them with my granddaughters. And we did. These are super-simple to make. Even preschoolers can make them. If you have young kids, you’ll need to help a little. If your kids are older, they can make them completely by themselves, as… Continue Reading

Thanksgiving Games for Kids

Thanksgiving Games for Kids

It’s always fun to have Thanksgiving games for kids or Thanksgiving family games.Yesterday at Mom’s Monday Lunch Bunch, I showed a few fun Thanksgiving games for kids that you might want to include this Thursday. They are super-simple. In fact, you would only need to buy M&M’s and orange balloons to play all three of… Continue Reading

Thanksgiving Books for Kids

Thanksgiving Books for Kids

Reading books that make history come alive inspires and encourages a love of learning in your kids. To make history come alive at this time of year, you must find just the right (best) Thanksgiving books for kids. Every Thanksgiving, we pulled out a series of books that made history come alive. How so? Each… Continue Reading

Gratefulness Begins with Mom

Gratefulness Begins with Mom

During the holidays we often turn our thoughts to being grateful. How do we instill this quality in our children? If we want our children to have a heart of thankfulness, then we need to realize that . . . Gratitude begins with mom. If I want to teach my children to be thankful and… Continue Reading

How to Make Thanksgiving Special When You Travel

How to Make Thanksgiving Special When You Travel

Are you traveling for the holidays this year? Us too! We actually travel full-time (as in we live in an RV) and I’m here to tell you how to make Thanksgiving special when you travel. Traveling has always been a big part of our family culture. And now that we travel almost full- time for… Continue Reading

How to Stop Stress during the Holidays

How to Stop Stress during the Holidays

Thanksgiving is upon us and Christmas is right around the corner. I don’t know about you, but it is so easy to be overwhelmed … with more stress and less joy. Exactly the opposite of what I want. I want to know how to stop stress during the holidays. And I think you feel it… Continue Reading

Bible Study on Thanksgiving

Reading the Bible is important all year long, but especially as we teach our kids to be thankful. November is the perfect time to remind and teach our kids to be thankful by using a Bible study on Thanksgiving.  First, I recommend choosing one verse your family will memorize. On Thanksgiving Day, recite that verse… Continue Reading

Handprint Turkey Craft for Kids

Handprint Turkey Craft for Kids

30 Days of Thanks Grand Prize Giveaway I’ve rounded up a wonderful prize for one of my lucky readers.  During the entire month, you can enter to win our Giving Thanks Grand Prize Giveaway. Lifeschooling, Farmer’s Wife Rambles , This Love-Filled Life, Beyond the Stick Figure, The Wolfe Pack, Mom’s Mustard Seeds and How to… Continue Reading

Those Seemingly Unproductive Days

Those Seemingly Unproductive Days

By the time the holiday’s roll around, most parents are a bit burned out by the hectic pace of managing parenting, schooling, work and more. Use your freedom in homeschooling and delight learning to be flexible on days and times of the school year that you need to re-ignite your love of managing it all…. Continue Reading

Kill Complaining with Thankfulness

Kill Complaining with Thankfulness

Has an atmosphere of complaining, blaming, and discontent been present in your home lately? It’s easy to have these things gradually creep in unawares, because they come naturally to our sinful nature. There is an antidote, though, and it’s so simple we might easily miss it: Thankfulness. We tend to talk about it a lot… Continue Reading