We are an eclectic homeschool, using mainly Classical Conversations, A.C.E.(Accelerated Christian Education) and The Montessori Method.

Tuesday, September 23, 2014

A Little Bird Told Me "Every Wednesday" Linky Party #9

Hello, everyone! The Natural Homeschool is so excited to welcome you to this week's Linky Party.
The Natural Homeschool

We have so many fantastic bloggers out there that are writing some fabulous posts and we would love for them to share what they're most proud of.

Here are our awesome featured posts this week:
1. Trillium Montessori shared "Montessori at Home and on a Budget"
2. Lovely Livings Blog shared "Autumn Pot Rack Display"
3. Annie's Noms shared "Pumpkin Coffee Syrup"
4. A Moment in our World shared "Human Body: Cells" (includes plant cell -pictured-)
5. Natural Beach Living shared "No Cook Natural Cinnamon Play Dough"

Friday, September 19, 2014

Our Chore Chart Routine (Preschool)


Afternoon Chores
After what K and I have been learning about how much he loves helping with household chores, and after reading the "Managers of their Homes" book (see above), I figured I would try an afternoon chore chart. I consulted websites that cited chores that were age appropriate (this one included) and came up with a list. I used the free editable chore chart below to fill it out with our afternoon chores. I ended up filling up two charts, haha!

Cinnamon Applesauce Recipe to make with your children

My favorite time of year, hands down, is Fall. The change of season, the change of weather, the crisp sweater feel, the leaves, the smells...and the spices, oh yes, the spices! I love cinnamon and I am so excited to share with you a delicious recipe that not only children will enjoy, but it is healthy and they can actually help you make.

Applesauce and Other Fall Recipes to Make with Children (Cash Giveaway)

My favorite time of year, hands down, is Fall. The change of season, the change of weather, the crisp sweater feel, the leaves, the smells...and the spices, oh yes, the spices! I love cinnamon and I am so excited to share with you a delicious recipe that not only children will enjoy, but it is healthy and they can actually help you make. 
I have a super amazing bonus, you will enjoy 17+ recipes that you can make with your children this Fall (or any time of year) in this wonderful round-up. 

Thursday, September 18, 2014

Simple Apple Mosaic Craft for Preschoolers

Everyone loves apples, right? And who doesn't love simple crafts to have fun with preschoolers? Well, why not a craft with apples in it?
A wonderful and incredibly creative mom from our co-op organized this activity. All the children really enjoyed it. And the best part is that this same mosaic concept can be used for other shapes or even for themed pictures.



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