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Emotions Day Five: My Many Colored Days

I never was shown this book as a child, and considering a large amount of counseling and therapy I was exposed to, I am very sad about that.   I was in college when I discovered it and so touched by its message that I immediately found a way to implement it into my lesson plans… Continue reading Emotions Day Five: My Many Colored Days

Faith & Ethics, homeschool, Journey to 30

Emotions Day Four: The Grouchy Lady Bug

While compiling today's lesson I scrolled through my Pinterest-y inspiration board a considered a free lesson curriculum that I had downloaded for Kindergarten level students.  I looked at the book that had fresh clean outlines of the Grouchy Ladybug with abridged versions of the context of each page.  At first, I checked out of the… Continue reading Emotions Day Four: The Grouchy Lady Bug

Being Mom, homeschool, Orlando Adventures

The Lesson That Went So Incredibly Wrong, And Then So Incredibly Right!

It was difficult to wake myself up this morning, each morning has become more and more difficult.  The House of R was hit with a terrible cold over the past week, and I was now a nurse turned patient.  My head was groggy and my body craved rest after a weekend of concerts and late… Continue reading The Lesson That Went So Incredibly Wrong, And Then So Incredibly Right!

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All The Feels Unit: Introductory Day

This was our first day back into school since we took a Summer Break from Mid-August to Mid-October, and this is my first year to fully incorporate Baby K in the experience.   With a 2-year-old and an ADD-riffic four-nager the challenge was definitely real today.  Last night I looked over the agenda for today and… Continue reading All The Feels Unit: Introductory Day