Coloring Pages for Mad Hatter Day

Coloring Pages for Mad Hatter Day

Today is Mad Hatter Day!

There are lots of fun activities you can do to celebrate including having your own Mad Hatter Tea Party, making paper hats, and coloring pages of scenes from Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland. I have some suggestions for more activities for celebrating Mad Hatter Day here.

Today I want to share with you some links to sites that have coloring pages that your children (and you!) can enjoy. They include a variety of artistic interpretations on the story of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland

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Mad Hatter Trivia Questions

Mad Hatter Trivia Questions

Tomorrow is Mad Hatter Day.

I’m so excited!

I love Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland and the Mad Hatter is such a FUN character from that book!

I think that’s one reason why he gets his own holiday. He’s such a humorous character with a weird sense of logic. I think that people like celebrating that oddness

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Homeschool Story Time: Week 36

Homeschool Story Time Week 36

Hello and welcome to Homeschool Story Time: Week 36.

This Sunday is the feast day of St. Francis of Assisi.

St. Francis loved animals. He believed in being kind to them.

For that reason, I decided to pick a story that is about an animal, and a very smart animal at that.

Keep reading to see who that animal is.

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Prayer of St. Francis Poster FREE Printable

Prayer of St Francis Poster Free Printable 600h

The feast day of St. Francis of Assisi is coming up this Sunday, October 4th.

I decided that I just HAD to make something to celebrate it because St. Francis is one of my favorite saints, partly because he loved animals almost as much as I do (almost!), and partly because he wrote an amazing prayer.

That prayer, the Prayer of St. Francis, is about asking God to make me an instrument of His peace. It’s about sowing faith, hope, love, and other virtues in situations where there is hatred, darkness, and despair. It’s also about asking God to help

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Sites with Fire Safety Resources

Sites with Fire Safety Resources

National Fire Prevention Week is coming up next week, October 4-10.

In fact, the entire month of October is Fire Prevention Month.

Because October is such a HOT month for fire prevention, I thought I’d share with you some websites that have fire safety resources.

(Sorry for the pun.)

Below is a list of sites that have everything from safety tips to online activities. There’s probably enough stuff there to

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Inspirational Quotes About Courage

Hemingway Courage Quote

It takes courage to live, doesn’t it?

It takes courage to be a parent, homeschooler, teacher, pastor, priest, doctor, lawyer, electrician, police officer, business owner, or secretary.

It takes courage to be a blogger, photographer, marketer, writer, artist, musician, or actor.

It takes courage to be a child.

Whether we realize it or not, courage is a necessary part of our day-to-day lives. We need it to speak our

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Homeschool Humor: 10 Prayers of a Homeschool Mom

Homeschool Humor 10 Prayers of a Homeschool Mom

When I homeschooled my kids (who are grown now), I prayed a lot.

You probably do too. After all, how can you be expected to make it through a homeschool day without some kind of divine intervention, right?

I was just thinking the other day of the kinds of prayers that we as homeschoolers would probably utter on a daily basis. I know there are probably hundreds of them, but I was kind of narrowing it down to ten biggies.

I thought I’d share those 10 prayers with you in case

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Homeschool Story Time: Week 35

Homeschool Story Time Week 35

Hello. It’s time for Homeschool Story Time: Week 35.

Did you ever have anything keep you up at night?

In today’s story, Minnie does. Something important is preventing her from getting to sleep.

Can she resolve this issue so that she can finally fall asleep?

Let’s find out.

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Spanish Numbers 0 – 20 Free Printable

Spanish Numbers 0 - 20 Free Printable 600

If you are teaching Spanish or learning it yourself, I have helpful resource for your today. It’s a printable vocabulary page with the numbers 0 – 20 in Spanish. I’ve included a pronuciation guide so that learners will have a visual reminder of how to pronounce the words.

By the way, I have a complete Spanish pronunciation guide here if you need it.

While this Spanish numbers free printable is a handy resource for studying the vocabulary words, I think you’ll find that you (or your learners) will memorize these words faster if you use

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Top 10 Authors of Classic Read Aloud Chapter Books

Top 10 Authors of Classic Read Aloud Chapter Books

Have you started reading chapter books to your children yet?

I decided to read aloud chapter books to my daughters when they were fairly young, around ages 3 and 4. I had already read numerous picture books to them (Hundreds!) and thought that it was time to introduce them to longer stories so that I could expand their horizons.

Plus, there were some classic chapter books that I was itching to read myself and thought, “Why not kill two

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