Peach Season

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I have to admit, I’m enjoying the slower pace of the days at home with just Myles now that both the girls are in school all day.  So we have time to leisurly browse Kin’s Marketplace and, maybe it’s just … Continued

Making Peanut Butter

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When I think fall, I often think of nuts.  All different kinds of nuts:  acorns, chestnuts, hazelnuts, walnuts, almonds and peanuts. It was one of those days.  A sunny autmn day in October with the late afternoon sun streaming in … Continued

Decorating a Girls’ Room

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I was going through some old photos and discovered this somewhat shocking photo of my daughter’s room in our previous house.  At the time we were trying to find ways to fit her things into a very small room.  We … Continued

Refinishing an Adirondack Chair

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Sometimes projects come full circle.  Last September I posted about refinishing this chair the following summer. I had some photos of me sanding down the chair and painting it with paint left over from our front door.  But thankfully, I … Continued

Spider Research Project

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I am very excited to have posted my first unit on Teachers Pay Teachers.  It is a spider research project that uses the internet for research.  Hope you get a chance to take a look!  http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Spider-Research-Project-1450597

Making Sand Candles

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We’ve spent our last week of summer at our beach house.  It’s the perfect place to get messy, sandy and to make stuff. I don’t know about you, but I remember the craft shack at summer camp and I loved … Continued

Spider Research Chart

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It’s It’s that time of year when spiders are busy creating their webs and having their offspring.  I am so excited to post my first free item on teachers pay teachers.  It is a research chart that can be used … Continued

Cupcake Decorating for Kids

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One of the easiest and least expensive birthday cakes we ever served at a party were cupcakes decorated by the young guests themselves. We bought cupcake icing in an aerosal container in a couple of different colours and then supplied … Continued

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