Tuesday, March 30, 2010

Homestead Academy: Dolch Kit

On last week's Fun Friday, I posted about the Dolch Word Bingo Cards from this website. It is a great FREE resource created by a first grade teacher in California who is now retired. She not only made cute bingo cards, but also a complete Dolch Kit. There is even a booklet of the words split up into lists! I printed one out for Farm Boy to use in the car.

Friday, March 26, 2010

Homestead Academy Fun Friday: Dolch Word Bingo Cards

It's FUN Friday at the Homestead Academy!  This week we played Dolch Word B-I-N-G-O!

Bingo Cards

Thursday, March 25, 2010

Feedburner Finally Moved to New Blog

WOW! I got the email today showing where my Feedburner subscriptions were finally moved over. I apologize for leaving y'all out for so long! I hope that the update did not confuse or overwhelm you all! I am working to remove the very OLD OLD subject line for the Chandler Family Web Home. Hopefully by the time you get this update, it will be gone. Just know it is still us writing to you!

Friday, March 19, 2010

Tuesday, March 16, 2010

Tuesday, March 9, 2010

Parenting Special Needs Magazine Winter '10

This issue features the son of a college friend of mine, Sarah Cook! It focuses on autism.Ain't he the cutest thing? His mom is a photographer too so the pictures of him are fab!

Parenting Special Needs Magazine

Saturday, March 6, 2010

Raising Olives' Homemade Hamburger Buns

This is the first homemade bread I've ever attempted to knead by hand. It was super easy and so very yummy! I made child-size buns but unfortunately didn't get a picture of my own. I must say I am pretty proud of myself though!! I know they passed the picky eater test when Adin asks me to make them everyday! :)

Homemade Hamburger Buns

Monday, March 1, 2010

I Took His Hand and Followed

I Took His Hand and Followed
Mrs. Roy L. Peifer

My dishes went unwashed today,
I didn't make the bed,
I took his hand and followed
Where his eager footsteps led.

Oh yes, we went adventuring,
My little son and I...
Exploring all the great outdoors
Beneath the summer sky

We waded in a crystal stream,
We wandered through a wood...
My kitchen wasn't swept today
But life was gay and good.

We found a cool, sun-dappled glade
And now my small son knows
How Mother Bunny hides her nest,
Where jack-in-the-pulpit grows.

We watched a robin feed her young,
We climbed a sunlit hill...
Saw cloud-sheep scamper through the sky,
We plucked a daffodil.

That my house was neglected,
That I didn't brush the stairs,
In twenty years, no one on earth
Will know, or even care.

But that I've helped my little boy
To noble manhood grow,
In twenty years, the whole wide world
May look and see and know.

I Took His Hand and Followed - BestHomeschooling.org
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