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Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood-Orchestra & Composer Guide-Lapbook Review & Giveaway

Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood-Orchestra & Composer Guide-Lapbook Review & Giveaway

Brandy over at Half-a-Hundred Acre Wood is giving away a copy of  A Complete Study Guide and Lapbook for the Orchestra with Composers Handel, Bach & Mozart. This is designed to go with weeks 19-24 of Cycle 1 of Classical Conversations. Our family adores lapbooking and I hope we win this! If not, here...
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Thankful Thursday

Thankful Thursday at The Nut House

Happy Thursday Y’all! The weekend is almost here and for that I am VERY Thankful. It has been a long week, I have been struggling to get anything done. I feel overtired, overwhelmed, and under-caffeinated. Their dad is never home, and I am exhausted. Number 6 from 10 Things Tuesday mentioned that I have...
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Rosetta Stone Free Demo

Rosetta Stone Free Demo

We have decided that we are going to learn Italian as a family. We do more talking about it than actually doing it, mostly because of money. We picked Italian so that we will be ready for our someday trip to Italy. This kids have been learning Latin in our Classical Conversations homeschool co-op...
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Dissecting Crayfish at Classical Conversations Homeschool Group

    I was room mom for Wee Nut’s ABC class the day our Classical Conversations group dissected Crawdads. The group of 4-5 year old boys were all super excited and not one bit squeamish. My Little Owee was not really sure what to do, but when we found the Heart, his excitement level...
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