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Archive for December, 2012

Handmade Retro and Edwardian Aprons, Baby Booties, and Name Doilies

Wednesday, December 12th, 2012

Welcome to Ava and Helena’s Facebook Online Holiday Party. Enjoy looking through the catalogs and let us know if we can help you with your gift-giving. All our items are hand-made to your specifications. Retro Aprons are made by Helena Auberg and can be seen and ordered here. Polka-Stripe Apron Crochet Name Doily Lavender Floral […]

From Our Readers: Beginning Sewing Tips

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

One way to introduce small children to sewing is to use plastic canvas with yarn and a large plastic needle. The needle is not sharp and the holes in the canvas are large. When my daughter was 2 we bought her some plastic canvas and needles and just let her play with them. At that […]

Editing While Reading Aloud

Tuesday, December 11th, 2012

I am just getting started homeschooling, and have found your book and website to be a tremendous help. My oldest is five and learning to read using TATRAS, and my husband and I are so pleased with her progress. We definitely appreciate your recommendation of that program. In fact, my husband is a first grade […]

You’re going to think this poem looks boring…

Saturday, December 8th, 2012

…but I guarantee you’ll be blessed by it. The Misery of Job and the Mercy of God by John Piper There are 4 parts to this audio recording.

Contest Today — Win New Upper Level Science Textbook

Friday, December 7th, 2012

UPDATE: Jody Dudek and Lori are our winners. Novare Science and Math is a new publisher of science textbooks and resources for Christian educators. Author, teacher and speaker John D. Mays is a 13-year science, math and humanities teacher, a lover of fine literature, and father of three beautiful daughters. In the wake of growing […]


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