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As the stars shine brightly far above and the plants speak wisdom from all around we are guided.

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Tidbits from my little families homeschool experience nestled in the woods in the Lower Pacific North West!

 

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Art, Music, and Handwork Supplies at a Great Discount!

Presenting our children with an abundance of opportunity to create is such a wonderful gift!! Rudolf Steiner described the human being as having 12 senses. Through these 12 sense we come into ourselves and perceive our environment. Our 12 senses are divided into three categories 4 lower senses, 4 middle senses, and 4 higher senses.  The development of the higher senses is in direct correspondence to the development of the lower senses. Interaction with the outside world through ar

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Eggs and Wildflowers

Eggs and Wildflowers

As the earth wakes from its long winters nap there is a frenzy of activity here on my little family farm!! I have been using most of my free moments to visualize how our summer will flow and taking the proper spring time actions to paint that picture accordingly. I will also be continuing lessons for my first grader through mid summer and using my first original main lessons that I have been preparing for her! So excited to see this come into fruition! I have for a long time thought th

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Mama moment

Mama moment

After a fairly long and deep yoga session (for the first time in a long time) I lay here with my freshly asleep baby and a pile of warm laundry to fold. Thinking about the past week. Planning for the week to come. And staying in the moment. ✨ Thinking about the past, Feeling adjustments for the future, and Doing the sensible things to bridge the two. ✨ Feeling grateful for this good life! Realizing the leaps and bounds my little family takes every day and that

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Some logs, some beams, and an indo board!

Some logs, some beams, and an indo board!

Today was the first day after an icey winter that we set up a little outside course!  This winter we created many ‘fairy tale’ courses in the living room. This looked like various finger- knit ropes (to jump over, walk along, skip rope with, and/or limbo under), floor cushions ( to jump over and from), silk tunnels to climb through, the beloved curvy board, and usually ending with celebratory eurythmy gestures! Such a great way to get the wiggles out on days when the baby wasn’t going to we

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Sky was yellow and the sun was blue

Sky was yellow and the sun was blue

Less really WAS more for us all as what I though would be a let down for them turned into an hour and a half discussion full of pondering and laughing together! Yesterday we had our first go with (not so) wet on wet painting..oops. I can’t wait to get a proper sponge and continue with this! I am using some activity ideas in  a book I have been reading to get started with our new adventures with watercolor. It is really neat to see how differently my five year old and seven year old experien

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