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Moments to Remember was developed as a simple way to look back on our week as homeschoolers and find photos that encompass the memories we want to remember. 

The week may have been tough, there may have been more bumps than smiles, but in the end these are the moments that keep us going, the ones we need to remember.



Two little boys. Working hard on their math together ~ Zachary using fractions to help measure ingredients for cookies and Kaleb helping him count and mix. Kaleb wasn’t supposed to help, but Zachary let him pull up a chair and then was so very encouraging:

“Good job, Buddy! Keep stirring it like that!”

Just a super sweet moment this week {in between the wrestling that took place practically every other moment…}.


Ready to link up and share your moment this week?

Link up your moments to remember post below, be sure to provide a link back and be sure to use a permalink to link up your exact Moments to Remember blog post {not your blog home page}. Your post can be as simple as one photo, or as detailed as tons of photos and tons of words!  This linky is for homeschoolers, or families who are keeping their kiddos at home during the early years {we consider you homeschoolers too}.

When adding your link, just put your blog name for the title and choose an image from your post for the thumbnail.

Next week, link up with 1+1+1=1!

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    1. What a great big brother, well done Zachary!

    2. This is so sweet! Super fun way to learn about fractions too.

    3. How sweet is that!!

    4. So sweet!!

    5. I will have to remember to use cooking as a hands on teaching tool when my kids get to fractions.  Great idea. 

      Thanks for sharing


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