This post serves as a record of our homeschool curriculum that has worked over the years. This is a generic list I use to personalize each girls school year. I choose the subject I want them to learn and then pull from the ideas until I have created enough for a credit for the subject and to fulfill … Continue reading HOMEschool Curriculum
I typed up all our natural cleaners so you can go to one site to print a copy for yourself. Natural Cleaning Happy Natural Cleaning and on the road to cost saving!!
Two years ago when we decided to start our farm with our 6 chicks and a horse. I knew I was going to need to learn ways to help cut cost around the Homestead since we only have one income. I started researching cost of items we used (laundry, cleaning, shampoos, shower, deodorant, toothpaste, baking … Continue reading Frugal Living
The weather is finally turning warmer and the trees are budding. Spring is finally here. We hope to have dealt with the last of the freezing temperatures. Although, we did learn so much through the last two cold icy snowy winters on what we need and didnt have and how to care and protect everyone … Continue reading Spring is in the Air- This week on the Farm
We began our Homeschool Adventure in the Fall of 2010 and have never regretted a minute of our family time together. We have 2 girls that we homeschool. We chose to Learn at Home because we were frustrated by getting the girls during the worst part of their day - they were tired, we had to … Continue reading HOME Learning
Our NEWEST Addition to the farm, Shelby, a Miniature horse. Megan is taking great care of her.
Our busy farm days include feeding, watering, cleaning, collecting, grooming, stacking hay, mucking, building, planting, etc. It makes for some long days but we have enjoyed every minute of it.