St. Patrick’s Day and Spring at The Ultimate Homeschool Pinning Party

St. Patrick's Day & Spring at The Ultimate Homeschool Pinning Party

Welcome to the Ultimate Homeschool Pinning Party! This week we are featuring pins for St. Patrick’s Day and spring learning and more. Enjoy, and please do stop back by each week! —> Follow my Easter/Spring Pinterest Board! I have the privilege of co-hosting the Ultimate Homeschool Pinning Party each week with these wonderful ladies: Jamerrill @FreeHomeschoolDeals Jenn @ Daze of Adventure Toni @ The Happy

A Seasonal Start in Spring Chalk Pastels

Head over to Southern Hodgepodge today for Nana’s brand new video tutorial for spring! The beautiful bird’s nest! PLUS, we are super excited to announce… A Seasonal Start in Spring Chalk Pastels ebook is now available! Celebrate the spring with art! A Seasonal Start in Chalk Pastels: Spring is now available for beginning or continuing art lessons in the chalk pastel medium. What’s included in

Spring is Full of So Many Things


Mama Ann’s dogwood  Watching dogwoods turn from white and pink… into their full summer dress… Visiting Mama Ann a couple of weeks ago when all was in full bloom… Exclaiming over Queen Anne’s lace on the side of the road on the way to church… Stopping to take a photo of a thistle… Planting a garden. Making mud puddles. Noticing new blossoms on the oak

Spring Discoveries in Our Backyard

spring flowers

I asked my mother if I could use her camera to take some pictures outside. This is what I found: Flowers Trees and Seeds Clouds and Sky Anoles Siblings I had a really fun time finding nature in our backyard. Thank you Handbook of Nature Study! See you next time!

How to Make Memories this Spring

muddy boots

It seems to me that we are always talking about making memories with our children during the summer. Or over the Christmas holidays. But memory-making lasts year ’round. Spring can be the time to burst outside and enjoy. To build a new tradition. Each day of our lives we make deposits in the memory banks of our children. ~ Charles R. Swindoll   Annual Azalea