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Coming Up in May 2011 {and my goal for the month}

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Weekly Homeschool

Don’t forget ~ The Weekly Homeschool Planner is on sale for $15 until April 30th {use coupon code 5OFF during checkout}. Starting May 1st it will be $20. Each of the pdf pages can be typed in, edited, and saved to your own computer every time you use it.

A big thank you to EACH of our sponsors this month!!

Apologia Press

Apologia has teamed with Summit Ministries to bring you the "What We Believe" Series, an outstanding way to teach your child the essential beliefs of the Christian faith, but it’s so much more!

My Grafico Clip Art

My Grafico has become my ‘go-to’ site to find clip art for my recent Preschool Packs. Their graphics and clip art packs are unique AND affordable ~ a great combination!
Alpha Omega offers affordable homeschool curriculum for grades PreK-12. During the month of May you can take an additional 15% everything on the Alpha Omega site!


Time 4 Learning

Time 4 Learning is a convenient, online homeschool curriculum that combines education with interactive fun for grades PreK-8th. Time4Learning offers each child their own learning path, with animated lessons, unit assessments, and integrated printable worksheets for reinforcement.


Kelly Kits are designed to encourage creativity & teach art. Each kit has ten unique activities that cover the five art disciplines: painting, drawing, sculpting, printmaking, & collage.


Speekee is designed so that children can learn Spanish in their own time and at their own pace. Best of all, your first two weeks are FREE!l

My Goal for the month of May…

We’re pretty well back into our full routine and swing of things ~ and that includes me too! My personal schedule has been tweaked a little {and truthfully could be tweaked a bit more too}, but I’ve been doing well sticking to what I have on paper right now. :)

For our school time, we’re finishing up several parts of our curriculum {math, science and language} and also picking up a few new things ~ which I’ll be sharing with you all soon! The kids are really excited about one of the changes, which in turn makes ME really excited about them! We are also working on our standardized testing this month {woo hoo!!!}.

This month {on the homefront} I’m itching to finish up planting in our garden beds and planters outdoors. I’ll also be participating in the 31 Days to Clean challenge at Joyful Mothering {you can join in too!}.

What’s one thing that you really want to do this month?

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  1. Hi Jolanthe! So glad to have you join in on the 31 Days to Clean challenge. Thanks for spreading the word! :)

  2. I am joining in the 31 days to clean too. I love the “What We Believe” stuff, or at least what it looks like. Haven’t been able to get my hands on it yet. Excited to see they have something for younger ones.

    • I’ve read about 3/4 of the way through to skim it and see and it’s great
      so far. I’ll enjoy going through it day by day and taking it slowly too!

  3. How do you get that linky button thing (I’m so techinical, I know) for Apologia? We are going to start using them and I’d love to have one for my blog? Thanks. Sara

  4. I’m joining the challenge too – reluctantly – but much needed!!

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