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National Peanut Butter Day March 1,2016

Celebrate National Peanut butter on March 1, 2016 For all you peanut lovers this will be a fun time for you to celebrate with some fun facts and some recipes. Enjoy the day Learning about something that is healthy and delicious. 5 Fun Facts  1.) Did you know it takes 540 peanuts to make a 12 ounce jar of peanut butter. 2.) Did you know two of our US presidents were peanut farmers, Thomas Jefferson and Jimmy Carter. 3.)here's a fun fact Asronaut Alan Shepard brought a peanut to the moon. 4.) did you know there is six cities in the US named Peanut. Peanut ,California, Lower Peanut Pennsylvania, Upper Peanut Pennsylvania, Peanut Pennsylvania, Peanut Tennessee,  Peanut West Virginia. 5.)Goober- is a nickname for peanuts comes from Nuguba, The Congo language name for Peanut.  Learn the facts about the peanut and how, Peanut Butter became a National Day. Learn How to make Peanut Butter

5 Hands-on Vocabulary BoardGames BuiltSpecificallyForSpelling-Vocabulary

When it comes to vocabulary there are a variety of diffrent methods parents can use aside from textbooks. And one of   The methods  is using a hands -on approach with BoardGames that are specifically made for Spelling- Vocabulary. I have listed 5 vocabulary board games that  are  visual and tactile that  will help with your child's success in language and vocabulary.  1.) Word Noodlers level 1 ages 5 and up children will use their noodle to rhyme,define,spell and explore vocab root words.Players can write act and speak or act out the Knoweldge of the word the game becomes wacky when you draw the cards! 2.)CVC  Spelling BoardGame Age 5 and up These 6 BoardGames teach letter sound correspondence and early word building using 3-letter and 4 letter with focus on initial,middle,and final sounds. 3.)Word Shout Age 8 up You roll all 10 letter dice the goal is for you to shout the word of at least 3 letters that can be made with two dice, that make the word you put t

20 Reasons Why I Love Homeschooling

If I was to ask you what it was that you loved about homeschooling What would be your answer? Last night I decided to write down what I loved about homeschooling. I thought my list would be fun to share.Here is my  20 reasons  why I love to homeschool. 1.) I get to be part of my children education. 2.)Not feeling rushed to get the kids out the door for school in the morning. 3.)No Alarm Clocks  4.)I am able to customize my children's curriculum. 5.)I am able to change the curriculum if it's not working for my family. 6.)Avoiding negative peer influence. 7.) We get to enjoy public places that would be crowded during the summer. 8.)No school bells to rush my kids to next class. 9.) Family field trips 10.) Learning new things alongside my children. 11.) No battles over homework. 12.) enjoying great books. 13.) My kids are allowed to be themselves. 14.) Teaching my kids about nutrition and how to make healthy meals. 15.) I love to see my kids fac

Questions I Have Been Asked About Homeschooling

One thing I have learned in the last five years,when it comes to people who have never homeschooled they have lots of questions. They are naturally curious on how homeschooling works and they are not shy when it comes to asking questions. And I have always welcome the questions, no matter how many times the questions come up. I decided to list the top ten questions I get asked frequently and my answers too them. My first question is the one that comes up in every conversation. 1.) How do you socialize your children with other children? When and how does this happen? My answer- My children have other activities outside the home, and they socialize with both homeschoolers and Traditional schoolers. My children play with their friends everyday. My kids are also signed up in outside classes they have art,music and science with are local science center. 2.) Have your children always been homeschooled?  My answer - Yes!! 3.) Do you set your own hours? My answer? Yes we normal

Writing Prompts Use Digital Photos For Writing

Are you looking for new and creative ways to get you out your writing funk? They  say a picture is worth a thousand words,using digital photos can help inspire a writer with ideas. When creating something out of the ordinary by combining two or more elements.  I have gathered a collection of some amazing examples of photos to use for writing prompts. They are wonderful  and imaginative illustrations.You can find these images on Google enjoy