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Love overcomes pride in The Kings Achievement. Benson’s believable characters and vivid setting make this suspenseful historical drama a must read!
Charming pictures, engaging tales, all a children's book should be: Brambly Hedge is a welcome addition to any children's bookshelf.
Easy, simple and delicious, this sausage and bell peppers recipe is perfect for a big family or when feeding a crowd.
We had a great school day yesterday! We read parables and the pictures the elementary and middle schoolers drew are on the fridge.
I made crafts for Thanksgiving with the preschoolers. And the elementary and middle schoolers made some complicated and rewarding mini books for zoology.
Sometimes it is grueling just getting the basics done. Getting markers, glue and scissors involved in our homeschool day was awesome!
Apologia Zoology 2 is our science curriculum. I bought the entire kit. I'm usually frugal but having it all on hand was well worth the price.
I printed cute turkeys off Crayola.com's site. You can find them under free coloring pages>new coloring pages. I wish you success today in your homeschool.
This tasty gluten free peanut butter cookie recipe is GAPS friendly and kid friendly. If you're a peanut butter cookie lover and have gone gluten free, you'll like this treat.
Immerse yourself in this chocolate nut bar goodness made right at home. Our how-to video will get your mouth watering. Gluten free and almost GAPS friendly.
Satisfy your pizza cravings with this GAPS friendly bacon crust pizza recipe. The bacon crust and all those goodies in the middle dazzle tastebuds! Learn how to make it here.
Get going and keep going with these GAPS diet recipes and words of encouragement. We are in it for the long haul and want to help your family too.
This overview of the GAPS diet protocol serves as an outline and guide for experienced GAPS people who may need to go back a few stages or share their diet with others.
Taking the guess work out of crochet supplies and patterns, this crochet guide shares resources along with fun, easy project ideas. Get your dose of crochet inspiration here.
Once you get hooked on shearing and spinning Angora wool, you'll need to dive into raising angoras so you can produce enough wool for your fiber art projects.
Shearing and spinning Angora fiber is something anyone can learn to do. Adults and teens alike can enjoy harvesting wool in a humane and enjoyable way.
Learning fiber art handicrafts is a skill the entire family can enjoy and take pride in. Caring for wool producing animals, spinning wool, and crocheting are all part of this hobby.
Plan the perfect party. These fun family party themes take parties to the next level by integrating a unified atmosphere.
Do you just love books by Mary Fabyan Windeatt? Her Saint Margaret Mary novel about the Promises of the Sacred Heart of Jesus is a great book for your child to read.
Another great Mary Fabyan Windeatt read is Saint Louis De Montfort. Read this Saint Louis De Montfort Book Summary to see if this is the next book for you to read!
Throw a Jane Austen birthday party. Get dressed up as well known characters and have fun with these ideas for food, activities and decorating.
Hoping you had a wonderful Independence Day holiday, we'd like to share our fun food ideas. They will work all summer long for your backyard barbecues.
Our GAPS desserts mostly revolve around fruit, honey and cream.
We had a flag "cake"and flag kabobs, berry firework kabobs, and red, white and blueberry cups. The pictures are self explanatory, no recipe needed. Enjoy.
Some ladies were asking us how we make sauerkraut so we decided to throw a sauerkraut party. That way we could all make some sauerkraut.
We gathered in the Industrious Family kitchen at 10:30 a.m. with heads of cabbage, knives, cuisinarts, and sea salt.
It was very fun. Learn how to make your own sauerkraut here...
Some tips learned from yesterday...
Shred don't grate the lettuceThe Celtic sea salt really works betterIf you love sauerkraut, buy a 2 gallon crockWe eat sauerkraut daily. It is a power probiotic. We take a little with meat, soup or straight from the jar.
Enjoy honoring those you love through cards, letters and small gifts this Valentines Day. We celebrate with parties, decorating, crafts and yummy food.
With Twain's natural story telling skill and a good twist of humor, this book is the best ever written about St. Joan of Arc. Read the full Joan of Arc book summary here.
We love documentaries and are studying Zoology 2 by Apologia press. The dvd recommendation for the end of chapter one is IMAX: Deep Sea.
We rented this dvd last night from Amazon and it was a good overview of ocean life. It was 40 minutes long, narrated by Johny Depp and Kate Winslet, and wasn't heavy on propaganda of any sort. It was just a visually stunning overview of aquatic creatures. It is suitable for all ages and we highly recommend it.
Overflowing with virtuous examples, A Tale of the Wars of the Roses will keep you eagerly turning the pages. This touching ugly duckling tale grabs the imagination from start to finish.
Despite its strange title, The Necromancers, by Robert Hugh Benson, is a story about occultists and the consequences of those who dabble in this evil game. Read the whole book review here!
Fermenting your own sauerkraut is as easy as shred, mix, and set aside! Learn how with our step by step guide.
We have so many fun family card games! This page is here to introduce you to our top 13 favorites! Who knows, maybe after you've read this page you will have a couple of games you will want to try!
Fun family trips and great weekend getaways in cities near you. Find out why you should go to these cities, what to do when you get there and where to stay.
These Christmas crafts are for families. They range from Jesse tree ornament ideas to Advent placemats. Check out our lists of crafts.
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