Hooray! It is just about summertime! Almost everyone is out of school and it is time to go to the lake or the beach…wherever there is sand and water! And the favorite shoes are an old favorite: Summer Flip Flops! ~ Don’t miss the summer chalk pastel special at the end of this post! This pastel is very simple and fast for you to finish.
The state of Georgia is ranked No. 2 in the nation in cotton production. In 2014, our farmers grew and produced 2.32 million bales of cotton and brought in $936 million in this heritage crop! So, a Georgia cotton boll chalk art tutorial is a fun way to enjoy some history, nature and some agriculture. Cotton does have a rich history in Georgia, as the
In celebration of Georgia’s most famous crop, we offer a Georgia Peaches Chalk Art Tutorial. The delicious sweet peach. The state’s nickname fruit was first planted in Georgia in the 18th century, and is still an important fruit crop today. Peaches rank 3rd in production in the U.S. We produce more than 40 different varieties of peaches and almost all are sold fresh! Yum!! Georgia
In honor of the Masters Golf tournament and all the blooming azaleas there in Augusta, Georgia (and beautiful azaleas in our own backyard), Nana offers you an Azalea Chalk Art Tutorial! Plus, don’t miss the special sale announcement at the end of this post! We have quite a range of ages in this video – from ages 12 down to three. When you are using
What would you do with $100 to spend on your homeschool at Amazon? I am sharing my choices for our Hodgepodge homeschool below. This was such fun to think and dream about! Plus, in celebration of my friend Mary Prather’s newly redesigned Homegrown Learners, we are giving away one (1) $100 Amazon gift card to one of our lucky readers. You you really can enjoy