Every weekend, I am going to post some of my favorite reads and things I have found around the internet. Enjoy!
I have been searching far and wide on what would work best, for our family, to organize our homeschool year. I stumbled upon Growing Clovers this week and her different methods of organizing her kiddo's work. I love the way she did the file/bin system and set up one for us this week. My kids loved it!
Here is the link to her organizing systems: How to Organize your Homeschool Curriculum
Make sure you watch her video at the end. She is absolutely adorable. I wish I knew her in person, I think I could sit and listen to her for hours, just soaking up all her years of homeschooling wisdom. I might have went to her youtube channel and did just that!
You guys, oh my gosh. Have you ever heard of Churro Waffles? They are as delicious as they sound, I promise! I found the recipe a few years back on Pinterest and have been making them every few weeks since! Sometimes we put the cinnamon and sugar on, other times I just make the waffle and douse them in peanut butter and syrup.
Click here to make this delicious piece of heaven: Churro Waffles
I have been reading a ton of different books this week, some for pleasure, some for fun facts and some to the kiddos for their studies. We are reading The Mystery of History for history this year. This book is so fascinating! I have started to read beyond what our lesson was for the day, after the kiddos go to bed. I have never read a history curriculum book that has made history feel so real before! If you just enjoy reading about history you should check it out! I bought the first volume/first quarter on kindle, just to try it out, for $3.99. I think I'll take the plunge and buy the whole book! I love it!
Here is the link to the $3.99 book if you want to try it out:
I have a slight fascination with Octopi. They are just incredible creatures. Isn't this beautiful?
Illustration of Blue Octopus Tentacles
Fun Fact about Coffee
I'll leave you with this fun fact about coffee:
Coffee is a hug in a mug.