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A new month is here! Can you all believe it is already NOVEMBER?? The blast of cold air that came through here this past weekend, along with some snow flurries from Hurricane Sandy, were reminders that the cold weather is settling in. Brrr….

This past weekend I attended Allume thanks to the folks at Christmas Celebrations, a company dedicated to helping families celebrate the true meaning of Christmas. If you’d like to share their free Advent calendar printables and Christmas online workshop with your friends, join their affiliate program today! The girls and I will also be working on their Star of Bethlehem study together before Christmas ~ excited to use this!

 

There were so many other wonderful ladies at Allume that I was able to catch up with {and meet}. Allume may have also involved a lot of laughing and cheesiness {see above pictures with Jodi a.k.a. Granola Mom 4 God and Carisa a.k.a. 1+1+1=1} – we can’t even operate the Smilebooth correctly}. Overall a fabulous weekend with friends and some much needed laughter and encouragement for me that put some things into clear focus {and I just love it when God does that!}.

Plans for This Month

Life is slowing down a bit here – my time teaching at our local co-op is finished for now, which will free up a lot of my planning and work time during the week {woot!}. That will give me time to tackle a few other projects that have been waiting patiently on the sideburner.

And speaking of things sitting on the side, this month I’ll be joining in the 21 Day Full-Size-Discipline-Challenge-300x300Self-Discipline Challenge {based on the book 21 Days to a More Disciplined Life by Crystal Paine} and undertaking our history timeline project. It’s been one of those projects that has been silently mocking me {you know the ones I’m talking about}, but I’m determined to take care of that thing once and for all! I’ll be updating every now and then on my progress – my daily list to do over the next 21 days is ready to go! And psst…. you can still join in with the challenge!

Now that my website is up and running consistently {woot!}, I’m able to share printables that I’ve been working on – so stay tuned, because next week they will start posting!

Thanks to the Following Companies

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Apologia Educational Ministries ~ producing resources to help homeschool families learn, live, and defend the Christian faith.

Maestro Classics ~ introduce great music and classics stories to children with this classical music series. Don’t miss their newly released Carnival of Animals that you will want to check out!

Grapevine Studies ~ effective, easy-to-teach Bible curriculum to disciple students ages five to adult. Through the use of Bible timelines and easy-to-follow lessons, Grapevine Studies will give your students a panoramic view of the Bible.

Elves and Angels ~ Heirloom quality wooden toys for 25 years! Be sure to check the Elves and Angels Facebook page for weekly giveaways!

Free Homeschool Deals ~ Get FREE stuff everyday for your homeschool family at FreeHomeschoolDeals.com

Livin’ with Pizzazz! ~ A child’s health begins at home! Dr. Bill Sears has an incredible six session online eWorkshop for parents of kids 3 to 12. Hands-on learning activities, family challenges, and free downloads. Get fun recipes and learn the best foods for growing kids and easy label reading tips.

Popular Posts in October 2012

Curious to see what everyone is looking at? Here are the top ten posts at Homeschool Creations for the past month…

  1. ABC Bible Verse Flashcard Printables
  2. Free Fall Fun Learning Printables Pack
  3. Chore System and Chore Chart Printables
  4. Letter Ee Ideas {the fact that this post has been in the top ten for 6 months cracks me up!}
  5. Book Report Form and Reading Log
  6. Calendar Notebook Printables
  7. Preschool Chore Charts
  8. Alphabet Flash Cards and Posters
  9. Printables from A to Z
  10. Playdough Mat Printables

This past week I asked a question on my Facebook page and I would love your input as well! You can either comment on that thread or leave a comment here today – What one question would you like me to answer? i.e. maybe it’s about scheduling or well…who knows! Chances are if you are thinking it, someone else may be as well!

Looking forward to your questions!

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