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Printable Book Of Centuries- How To Make It, And How To Use It

A "Book Of Centuries" is the fancy Charlotte Mason way of saying "Timeline In A Book". The main idea of a book of centuries is that for each 2 page spread you open your book to, you are glancing at 1 century. You keep the book for your entire education, and add only the things that you personally learn about in History. Keeping your own personal book of centuries helps you relate things … [Read more...]

Pentecost Resources For Kids: Free Notebooking Page, Crafts, Songs, and More!

Continuing on with our Religious notebooking project, today I'm posting some printable Pentecost pages. They go with pages 62-63 in Tell Me About The Catholic Faith (TMACF), or any other Pentecost resource you would rather use with your kids. My Thoughts On These Pages in TMACF: I liked the way they told this story, and I also loved that they included a little box with a story of the … [Read more...]

Free Printable Notebooking Pages: The Resurrection

Continuing on with our Religious notebooking project, today I'm posting some printable Easter pages. They go with pages 60-61 in Tell Me About The Catholic Faith (TMACF), or any other Resurrection resource you would rather use with your kids. My Thoughts On Pages 60-61 in TMACF: As I've said before, this book gives a brief overview of each topic, allowing you to embellish as much or as … [Read more...]

Jesus Notebooking Pages- First Christmas, Apostles, Parables, and More!

Continuing on with our Religious notebooking project, today I'm posting some printable pages about the life of Jesus. They go with pages 42-51 in Tell Me About The Catholic Faith (TMACF), or any other Bible resource you would rather use with your kids. The First Christmas My Thoughts On Pages 42-43 TMACF: These pages are a great overview of the first Christmas, and I love that it starts … [Read more...]

Religious Notebooking For Kids

Notebooking is a great way to encourage true thinking and creativity in your children. I use it for a variety of subjects when I homeschool my children, and I've found it to be handy for religion as well. A Little Bit About "Notebooking Pages" for kids I am very influenced by Charlotte Mason in our homeschool. Notebooking pages are one of the tools we use for "narrating" what the kids … [Read more...]

Lacy’s Picks- Our Homeschool Curriculum (2015-16)

Every year I get emails asking what curriculum we're using. The truth is, finding the right homeschool curriculum is a lot like finding a perfect pair of jeans. It takes a lot of looking and trying on, and in the end, what's a good fit for me isn't necessarily a good fit for you. Regardless, after many years of homeschooling under my belt, I am ordering our curriculum with confidence this year- … [Read more...]

Teach Kids About Jerusalem- Build A Model With Blocks

As Holy Week approaches, I wanted to teach my kids more about Jerusalem and Jesus' last week. Ya'll know I'm a sucker for hands-on learning with my kids, so we decided to build a model of Jerusalem to "see" what the city was like, and if you have a set of blocks, you can build one, too!   This is a great Montessori inspired activity for Holy Week and to help teach your kids the Easter … [Read more...]

St. Nicholas Movie Giveaway from CCC!

Happy St. Nicholas Day, everyone! In honor of St. Nicholas, CCC of America is giving away a copy of Nicholas - The Boy Who Became Santa to one lucky Catholic Icing reader! Here's what CCC had to say about the movie: Nicholas was only a boy when he discovered somethinglife-changing:  Giving to others brought happiness to many people. Although his wealthy parents died during his childhood, … [Read more...]