Monthly Archives: March 2020

Resource for the Accidental Homechurcher: Discount on ourturtlehouse.com, the website home of talks, podcasts and other resources by Hank Smith, John Bytheway, and Meg Johnson

I listened to the above amazing talk last Sunday while taking a hot soak in my tub and oh how luscious the whole experience was! Meg is a beautiful, fun, smart and engaging speaker who will rock your socks off … Continue reading

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Free Resources for the Accidental (and Long-term) Homeschooler Part #4: Vidangel.com free until March 30

    Did you hear that vidangel.com is free from March 16-30? You can sign up here for a “free stuck at home account” with no credit card that will be charged if you forget to cancel.

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Free Resources for the Accidental (and Long-term) Homeschooler Part 5: Audible Stories

  Image credit: dailyrecord.co.uk You’ve probably heard by now, but in case you haven’t…Audible is offering a bunch of stories for children and teens for free right now due to public school closures. I encourage you all to take advantage … Continue reading

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#abookandagameaday Mon. 3/23/20: Abigail, Winnie, and Lola, plus…the amazing Codenames!

I read aloud these picture books today: A wonderful look at the remarkable Abigail. I don’t agree with the list of women achievers in the back but I do love Abigail. I learned quite a bit from the book, even … Continue reading

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Free Resources for the Accidental (and Long-term) Homeschooler, Part 3: the Learning Palette

This is copied and pasted from a message from Usborne Books and More about a nifty educational tool called the Learning Palette. (I used the Learning Palette disc with my older kiddos when they were young. I just found out … Continue reading

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Free Resources for the Accidental Homeschooler (and Long-term Homeschoolers) Part 2: Morning Rituals to Help You Feel Centered for Your Day with Your Children and Your Mission!

Here’s a special message from my friend Audrey Rindslisbacher, founder of The Mission Driven Mom (MDM: missiondrivenmom.com). You can watch a video of Audrey below to see how cool she is then watch her Facebook live announcement tomorrow for help … Continue reading

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Liberty-based Learning for Kids Lockdown Smackdown to Resist Socialism and Communism!

Hey, it’s the best time ever to get all of the non-statist, liberty-lover Connor Boyack’s educational materials (except his monthly Free Market Rules). If you are a liberty-lover you will want these resources. These are truths are country is founded … Continue reading

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Free Resources for the Accidental Homeschooler (and Long-term Homeschoolers too!) Part 1

Usborne Activity Sheets Free puzzles, cooking activities, and drawing, doodling, and coloring pages https://usborne.com/things-to-do/activity-sheets/puzzles-and-activities/ Teach Your Monster to Read Free¬†or reduced pricing for the app (depending on Platform) is available¬†TODAY ONLY, March 23 Covers everything from letters and sounds to … Continue reading

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How does the Allegory of the Olive Tree Relate to the Pandemic?

What did you learn from studying Jacob 5 for last week’s Come, Follow Me Study of the Book of Mormon? I’d love to hear your comments. Please share below in the comments section. I thought it was the perfect allegory … Continue reading

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#abookandagameaday during social distancing, Third Week of March 2020

Sorry for the lull in posting my #abookandagameaday challenge, this social distancing thing has changed my schedule a bit so I’m adjusting. The afternoons are more full of free time for my kiddos so I’m finding the balance of work … Continue reading

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