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Something to Celebrate in May

What a variety of things to celebrate in May! Star Wars and shrimp, lemonade and limericks, paper planes and paperclips! Holidays are so much fun when you Celebrate Every Day!  When I started this series back in January, my intention was to provide some fun things to do, and celebrate the little things in life while… Continue reading Something to Celebrate in May

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Something to Celebrate in April

How does No Housework Day sound to you? Are you into Shakespeare? Do you wear your pajamas to work? Planning a trip to the zoo? Find out about many of the National Holidays when you Celebrate Every Day! Oh, about those pajamas........I'm skipping out on that one! We are "hopping" right along through the calendar,… Continue reading Something to Celebrate in April

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Something to Celebrate in March

Think fast! What does peanut butter, pencils, pandas, and St. Patrick have in common? Yes, they all begin with the letter "p", and they are all days to celebrate in March! This post may contain affiliate links. I may make a commission from purchases through my links at no extra cost to you. Thank you… Continue reading Something to Celebrate in March

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Something To Celebrate in February

What do groundhogs, bubblegum, batteries, dog biscuits, and tortilla chips have in common? Absolutely nothing. Unless you're Celebrating Every Day! Is it me, or has January felt like it has been about 17 days longer than it should be? Unfortunately, in the world of homeschooling, February is the month where homeschool burnout is at its… Continue reading Something To Celebrate in February

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How to Teach Handwriting at Home

Recently, I was filling out forms for my son to test for his driver's permit at the DMV. The woman helping me commented on my nice handwriting. We briefly chatted about how handwriting may be becoming a lost art. Later on that day, I thought about that in light of the virtual learning that has… Continue reading How to Teach Handwriting at Home