Reading and Writing As a Family

Reading and Writing As a Family

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30 Day Journals
By Doreene Clement Whether you journal now, or have never kept a journal, you can keep a 30 day journal. Journaling for 30 days about one specific topic, can support you in many way ...
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A Gardener's Diary
Have you ever thought about keeping a gardener's diary to record what you plant and where you plant it? Keeping a diary will help you plan next year's garden by recording which ...
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A Tote For Your Creative Inner Child
by Lori Pirog Anyone who has spent time around babies is familiar with baby bags or totes. When caring for a baby away from home most people choose to be prepared with at least the ...
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Alphabet Blocks
From Preschool Play Alphabet blocks with just one letter on each block are a great toy to have for your preschool child. You'll find she can learn a great deal through playing ...
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Autobiographical/Biographical Scrapbook Project
by Tamera Bastiaans Editor's Note: Tamera shared with us how special her lesson plans were on this topic and we wanted to share them for use in class, for homeschooling projects or a ...
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Creating A Gratitude Journal
By Doreene Clement grate.ful adj. 1 a : appreciative of benefits received: syn. thankful 4.19.02 Today I am grateful for ___________________ . As I write the above line, I wonde ...
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Family Journals
Tens Ways to Improve Your Health and Relationships By Ron Huxley, LMFT Journaling has long been a tool to achieving better emotional and mental health. The need to express on ...
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Family Reading Activities
By Brenda Hyde March is National Reading Month and it's the perfect time to plan some fun reading activities. First, check your local libraries and museums for special fun they may ...
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How To Make Time To Write
By Dallas Franklin When we don't take the time to get our writing done, it's because we don't make the time. It's what separates the doers from the talkers. Or in this case the wr ...
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How to Start a Book Club Tea Group
Editor's Note: Tamara has provided us with another wonderful Tea Time idea! Click on the Name of the books mentioned for more information on the title or series. What is a book ...
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Improbable Headlines
by Tamera Bastiaans Editor's Note: We thought Tamera's lesson plan would also make a great party game or a fun activity for adults as well, so we put the answer key on another page! A ...
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Seasonal Feature
Summer Harvest Tea

Before the cool weather sets in, enjoy the bounty of your herb, flower and vegetable gardens by giving a Summer Harvest Tea Party. Plan your theme around the garden, invite friends and family. Don't make it a formal affair, but rather a way to celebrate everyone's gardens and share produce, flowers, seeds and advice.

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Home & Garden

Harvesting and Using Summer Squash

Summer squash is one of my favorite vegetables. I love the yellow summer squash in particular. They should be harvested while still tender, when they have a "glossy" appearance and are still small. You will most likely need to harvest daily once they start to appear.

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