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I love this question for family meeting!!! Gives us family goals for a week!

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The 52-Week Get Organized Homeschool Challenge. Get organized this year in just an hour a week and let the kids help!

KG2! Use family photos to encourage your children's storytelling. This is a wonderful way to prompt reluctant storytellers.

This word family trees. It's a good way for students to use different words in their papers. Also, to get familiar with them. -Rachel Rooker

"The blessing hour gives us 60 minutes, around 4 o’clock in the afternoon, to pick-up, dust, sweep and get ready for our evening routine. It is a nice way to transition into our down time, and to make sure that our home is ready for a quiet family dinner. It feels refreshing to know that our home will be cleaned and organized, and that the boys have a sense of pride in moving into their evening with a fresh space. Of course it helps that every Blessing Hour is followed by a warm pot of tea, a...