Friday, November 3, 2017

Mom Shop Hop--A Holiday Shopping Guide

Welcome to the first ever Mom Shop Hop.  Each of these shops is run by a hard working mom.  Please check out some very special gift ideas and share this post with your friends. Remember, sharing is caring. So give these special mamas some love! Linking up with Kelly, another hard working mama for Seven Quick Take Friday--There are kind of #7QT here! :) 



 Agnes & Dora with Amanda and Meleah
 "Agnes & Dora is clothing for everyBody. It's clothing for wives and moms, sisters and daughters, for the woman that's constantly busy running from one thing to the next, for the woman that wants to be comfortable in her clothes - and who would like to look cute, too. We fell in love with Agnes & Dora. We love the styles, we love the fit, we love the prints, and we love the quality. These are clothes we actually get excited about! We took the plunge to become reps so we could share these clothes with you. We're here for you! Just let us know what you need."



It's a struggle any mom of boys is familiar with-- walking into a clothing store and being surrounded by adorable prints, fashionable colors, and a variety of textures, themes, and styles. Then walking across the store to the single aisle dedicated to boy clothes in an assortment of neutrals and the same repeated themes.

Determined that her son could look cute and masculine, Michelle began making her own clothes for her toddler, and made by michelle was born.

Any of these unique, quality designs are suitable for little boys or girls--classy enough for family or holiday photos, yet comfortable and durable enough for playing outdoors.

Now featuring Thanksgiving and Christmas shirts, as well as our popular sibling shirts!
For the month of November, use coupon code GOBBLEGOBBLE for free shipping on any order!







Hi! I am Karrie, a wife, a homeschooling mom of 3 kiddos, and a mompreneur running my own essential oils business. Are you looking for natural alternatives for your family? Cleaning supplies without toxic chemicals? Would you like to sleep soundly and have lots of energy? I do and that is how I came to doTERRA. Since having kids, 2 with nut and environmental allergies, I have been working on creating a healthier household. After reading and learning about all the things that have caused the increase of allergies in our children, I am convinced that getting back to the basics of food and cleaning products are just a part of what we can do to protect our kids from the variety of things they are bombarded with on a daily basis, not to mention all the germs! Plus with the rising costs of healthcare I am confident when I go to my medicine cabinet that I am getting top quality essential oils than can help my family naturally rather than the antibiotics and drugs doctors hand out like candy. I would love to help you discover all the wonderful benefits of essential oils. They have done wonders for my family and I am sure you will love them too. You can visit my website at www.oils.karriemarie.com for the latest specials and blog posts. 

As holiday season approaches, doTERRA offers some unique gifts for everyone on your holiday list. doTERRA introduces 2 holiday blends sure to purify the air and tantilize your senses with the inviting fragrances of the season. A slim and sophisticated clutch with the Beautiful Captivating Blend rollerball touch for yourself when you want to feel BE-YOU-TIFUL. For the new mom this holiday season, an adorable Whale diffuser for the baby's room or the new Kumo diffuser for any women who wants to relax and unwind during the hectic holiday season. There's something for everyone. To shop, go directly to https://www.mydoterra.com/karriemarie



I am Anne from Kidderbug Kreations where I sew and embroider gifts for all ages.  All of my items are handcrafted with love so you can give the perfect gift for your loved one. My goal is to provide people quality items that are useful and beautiful at the same time and make gift giving easy and fun.  You can find helpful information on healthy living, happy gifting at www.facebook.com/kidderbugkreations/ or www.instagram.com/kidderbugkreations/ and join my Facebook group at  https://www.facebook.com/groups/129339737402286/


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Ashleigh Simons Designs provides high-quality, reusable planner stencils.  In recent  years, planners have become a trendy way of both organizing your appointments, events and to-do lists and a creative way to document your everyday life.  Stencils offered by Ashleigh Simons Designs are an affordable way to add embellishments or productivity elements to almost any planner. More information can be found at www.ashleighsimonsdesigns.com




Elayne at Annunciation Designs creates Catholic cards and goods with hand-lettered designs. Find beautiful greeting cards for Sacraments and sweet notes, Catholic baby swaddles, toddler graphic t-shirts, necklaces, and more! annunciationdesigns.etsy.com, annunciationdesigns.peterssquare.com, facebook.com/annunciationdesigns, and instagram.com/annunciationdesigns.



 



Hi! My name is Anita and I'm a Premier Designs Accessory Stylist. Premier Designs is a christian company and people are the heart of what we do. The jewelry is handmade made in the USA and all backed by an incredible golden guarantee. Support of my business supports my family, specifically my 10 month old baby boy. I can thank you enough for taking a look at my website. Please let me know how I can serve you! Contact me and mention Mom Shop Hop for a special, secret discount!










My name is Aleesa and there is this sweet little shop called SaongJai {sounds like= song jeye} that I run. It means two hearts in Thai and called that name for the two hearts of Jesus and Mary also because my sister and I love to make rosaries together and that is how this handmade Catholic goods shop all started out. I love to illustrate super cute little saints and make printables and rosaries with the images. The cute custom saint rosary sets can be ordered for ANY saint! Use discount code SAVE20 for 20% off.




Aurelius Cabrini is the little gift shop connected to Veils and Vocations blog.  A Catholic shop for faith and fun, our goal is to provide high quality, reasonably priced, handcrafted items to enrich your life and home.  Aurelius Cabrini specializes in vocation peg dolls, vintage handkerchief baby bonnets, baby corsages and boutonnieres, printable stationary, and handmade rosaries.  We are currently growing our chapel veil collection, specializing in starter veils as well as veils for toddlers and young girls. Custom orders are always welcome. We have shops on Facebook, Peter's Square, Catholic Mommy Blogs, and Etsy.  Please join our brand new VIP customer group for discounts, updates, and secret sales.  Use coupon code: MOMHOP17 for 15% off your order.






Telos Art is a mix of art and design inspired by truth, beauty, and goodness. Here you can find liturgical calendars, hand painted jewelry, art, and design. Right now there is a BOGO offer good through December 1, buy one liturgical calendar poster get one free. Follow @telosart on Instagram or sign up for the newsletter for information on new products!







Do you have a "mom shop"?  Leave the link to you shop in the comments and then share this post!  Thanks.












Wednesday, October 11, 2017

Book Review: Jesus Loves You

Do you like book reviews?  I hope so because I have recently been blessed by a bevy of authors sending me books to review. I guess word has gotten out that I am an unapologetic book addict!

One of those recent, and very patient, authors is Christine Topjian. She sent me a copy of her first book Jesus Loves You for free in exchange for my honest review.



I was very excited to receive my copy so quickly. Christine was a joy to work with and I can tell she is a very loving Christian.  The book is written from her heart. Her faith and love is evident from cover to cover.  It features colorful pictures that appear to be water colored, which is a nice change from the computer generated graphics in so many books these days. I appreciate true illustration.

Jesus Loves You traces all the ways that God walks through life with you and how He demonstrates His love for His children.  Beginning with the love God lavishes on new babies and walking through later life and ultimately Heaven.

This book is a sweet message of God's undying and abiding love. It demonstrates how He holds your entire life in His Hands.  There is nothing that is unimportant to God, and nothing that will make Him love you less.

I originally thought of gifting my review copy to my nephew who is also my godson, but then I realized it dealt with topics of life that were not pertinent to a five year old.  While the bright illustrations my lead you to believe this is a children's book, it is really more suited for adults.

The story is very short and simple.  Sometimes there is beauty in brevity.  I think that this would make a lovely companion to a present for a birthday, retirement, or just to cheer someone up.  It is not what I would call a gift book, but would be a lovely substitution for a greeting card--which are so overpriced, anyway.

It has been a pleasure working with Christine and I wish her great success.  May God bless you and your writing career! Thank you for allowing me to review this book.

Thursday, October 5, 2017

First Ever Joke Coloring Book: A Review in #7QT

"What is the chicken's favorite day of the week?"

"Fry-Day...that's a funny one, Mom"  ---Little Man, age 4 (attempting a joke he heard at the fair)

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Have you ever been to 1st grade?  No, not as a student, as an adult.  What you will quickly notice is the unique sense of humor that 1st graders have.  It's like their own private language--or inside joke!  They can turn anything into a joke.  They laugh at jokes that aren't even funny and don't make sense. Does that matter? No, because they are having fun.


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Do you know the average number of times a day a 40 year old laughs?  FOUR

Just four.  I get it. We are serious. We are adults. We have responsibility.  We also need to laugh.

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"Why did the cow cross the road?"

"Because he wanted to be a dirty dinger! hahahahaha"

Another joke by Little Man, he is making jokes on a 1st grade level already.

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I was offered a copy of HaHa Color-Me Joke Book for free in exchange for my honest review.  This innovative book will be released October 17th to great applause.

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This book is a great little take along for long car rides, visits to DMV, or for a little peace and quiet during the day.  It is nicely set up and allows for plenty of creativity with the pages to color and pages at the end of the book to record your own jokes.  The only thing I would change is the "Party Pooper" joke--we don't allow potty humor in our home, although I know it is popular.  Nothing scandalous, just not my taste. Otherwise, this seems like a book my boys would thoroughly enjoy!

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Enjoy! And, oh, did I mention, for every PRINT book this author sells, she will be sending one to a child in need who can’t afford one. So when your child laughs, you know you’re sharing the laughs with another child. <— I love this!  

If you want to buy the book and use it for your own fundraising or in your kid-friendly business, or give in goody bags or as birthday gifts  (instead of those junky plastic toys that kill the environment and don’t add any value to kids). You can sign up for the #gigglegiver program and get a bulk buying discount.  

Imagine this:
  1. Kid thinks you’re funny.
  2. Leaves you alone to work.
  3. You get to help kids in need laugh too.

What’s not to love about the world’s first social joke-coloring book? Cheaper than wine, this is the best $10 you can spend on your mom-sanity today.  

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Now for the bonus surprise!!! One reader is going to receive a copy of this new book for free. How do you win?  Answer this question in the comments:
 How many times a day does a 4 year old laugh? 
 One winner will be chosen at random. Best wishes!!!

Linking up with Kelly who always knows how to laugh!

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Let's Get Planning: Read Alouds

Whew! It's September 20th already!! Where does the time go?  I really want to get up the rest of our plans.  I have really tried to simplify this year and so far it seems to be working.  I still have to add in a few small study items but otherwise our schedule seems to be moving along swimmingly.



Religion:
Term 1:
See How She Loves Us by Joan Carroll Cruz
Illustrated Catechism by Inos Biffi

Term 2:
Advent and Christmas with Fulton Sheen
Saints and Heroes for Boys and Girls by Doris Burton

Term 3:
Our Holy Father, the Pope by Ignatius
the Life of Christ by American Bible Society

History:
Challenge of Freedom by Neumann Press

Term 1:
Time for Battle by Susan Martins Miller
Children of the Civil War by Candice F Ransom

Term 2:
The Rebel Spy by Norma Jean Lutz
My Brother's Keeper by My America
The Story of the Gettysburg Address by Kenneth Richards

Term 3:
The War Ends by Norma Jean Lutz
Children of the Emancipation by Wilma King

Literature:

Term 1:
The Velveteen Rabbit by Margery Williams
When We Were Very Young by AA Milne
The Happy Prince by Oscar Wilde

Term 2:
Pollyanna

Term 3:
Swallows and Amazons

Audiobook :
Heidi
Shakespeare Audio Dramas

Miscellaneous:
Term 1:
The Shed that Fed a Million Children

Term 2:
Life is Precious Unit Study
Come Look with Me Exploring Landscape Art with Children

Term 3:
Handel at the Court of Kings by Opal Wheeler
G is for Googol A Math Alphabet Book

What are you reading this year?



Wednesday, September 6, 2017

Prayer Vigil to Stop Irma

When the going gets tough, the tough get praying.  Irma is a monster of a storm. The strongest and largest ever recorded.  We need to pray not just for those in her path but to stop her all together.  Please pray with me!

At 8 pm your local time, pray a flying novena followed by the Stella Maris Prayer.  Please light a candle while you pray so that a wave of light and prayer can sweep across the earth.


Flying Novena
Memorare (pray nine times)

Remember o most gracious Virhin Mary 
that never was it known
that anyone who fled to thy protection,
implored thy help,
or sought thy intercession
was left unaided
inspired by this confidence
I fly to thee, O virgin of virgins, my mother
to thee do I come, before thee I stand,
sinful and sorrowful.
O Mother of the Word Incarnate,
despise not my petitions,
but in thy mercy, hear and answer me.




Prayer to Our Lady, Star of the Sea

O, most beautiful flower of Mount Carmel,
Fruit of the Vine, splendorous of Heaven.
Blessed Mother of the Son of God,
Immaculate Virgin,
assist me in this my necessity.
O, Star of the Sea, help me
and show herein you are my mother.
O, Holy Mary, Mother of God, Queen of Heaven and Earth,
I humbly beseech you from the bottom of my heart
to succor me in my necessity.
There are none that can withstand your power,
O, show me here you are my mother.
O, Mary, conceived without sin,
pray for us who have recourse to Thee.
Sweet Mother, I place this cause in your hands.
Amen.

I offer three of each: Our Father, Hail Mary, Glory Be

And for each of your twelve stars, on twelve beads, I pray:
Our Lady, Star of the Sea, Help and Protect us! Sweet Mother, I place this cause in your hands.
courtesy of Holy League
Thank you so much. May God have mercy on us and save those in peril from the affliction of this storm!  Please share!

Friday, August 25, 2017

Let's Get Planning: 4th Grade

Summer is rapidly coming to a close and I am still working on planning!  Here is my plan for Buddy who will be in 4th grade next year.  It is mostly based on Mater Amabilis but I have adapted and added as I saw fit.  Hope you are having a great week. Linking up with Kelly, again, this Friday.



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Religion:
Faith and Life 4
57 Saints-- This is a family favorite!

The First Christians: Acts of the Apostles for Children
Stories of the Child Jesus from Many Lands
My Path to Heaven
St Francis of Assisi
Karol from Poland

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I am adding a book to supplement Life of Fred this year. It is a very boring workbook, but it reviews all the basic concepts in mathematics.  I am feeling that Buddy needs more practice in mechanics because he has sped along so quickly in concepts. It is an old workbook that I picked up second hand but is solid in practice. 

Math:
Life of Fred Jellybeans and Kidneys
Basic Math Concepts Level E for supplement
How Math Works


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I know this looks like an awful lot but we are not doing every book, every day Also, many of these books we will not necessarily do every page.  I followed MA's guide and pulled in a couple of more items to round it out.  The four language arts are speaking, listening, reading, and writing.  I wanted to have a full curriculum that addresses each of these well.  The books marked (I) are for independent reading. A (N) means it is for narration.  I have marked read aloud books with (RA). We will be doing copy work, dictation, and narration, along with poetry memorization.  I have a schedule worked out if anyone would like to see how we rotate among them.

Language Arts:
The Ideal Catholic Fourth Reader (I) OOP
The Catholic Youth Fourth Reader (I) OOP
The Harp and Laurel Wreath-- this is a supplement for days when copy work or dictation is scheduled but not in the lesson plan for Intermediate Language Lessons. It also has poems to memorize.
Intermediate Language Lessons
The Good and Beautiful Creative Writing
Shakespeare Audio Dramas from Library
The Children's Homer
The Aeneid for Boys and Girls (N)
Pollyanna (RA)
Heidi (audio book) (RA)
Swallows and Amazons (RA)

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We always do a family history study as part of read alouds, however, my children really enjoy history so they each do some private history study as well.  Buddy enjoyed the Story of Civilization so much last year, I decided to continue with the series. Our Island Story is also available as a free download through Librivox.

History:
Our Island Story (audio book)
Story of Civilization: The Medievel World (audio) 
Famous Men of Greece (RA)
Herodotus and the Road to History (I)

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We are going to do some map work and basic geography as part of our read aloud time each day.  In addition, Buddy will be reading/listening to the literature listed to give him a better understanding of the Americas and the people who live there.

Geography:
Map Work
Paddle to the Sea
Seabird
Elementary Geography (RA)
An Illustrated Atlas of South America and Antarctica (I liked this books so much, I bought it 3 times!)
An Illustrated Atlas of North America
Maya Quest: Interactive Expedition (I)
Secret of the Andes (I)
Chucaro: Wild Pony of the Pampas (I)

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Last year, Buddy enjoyed Swimming Creatures from the Apologia series so much, he can't wait to do Land Creatures this year. Having the audio book to go along with the program made it so much easier to get through, however it will only play on our computer.  We will still get the audio, even though it wasn't convenient.

Science:
Archimedes and the Door to Science
The Librarian Who Measure the Earth
Apologia: Exploring Creation Land Animals 

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 As I mentioned previously, Buddy will be helping Little Man with his nature study while doing his own.  I am very loose on nature study requirements, mostly because my children are so intrigued by nature they need very little prompting.  I am filling a basket with nature guides, including ones for younger children and some supplies.  The boys are already excited.

In addition, I purchased two Thinking Tree journals as supplements to the general curriculum.

Teach Yourself to Draw Forest Animals
Thinking Tree All About Animals

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Lastly, we have "electives" if you will to round out his education.  

Seton Art 4

Latin for Children

Computer Science with Kano computer kit

Abeka Developing Good Health

Guitar instruction at fine arts school

Drama class at fine arts school

Chimes choir at fine arts school

Irish Step Dancing at dance school

Soccer at our parish school

Basketball through local Christian intramural league

This seems like a lot of books, and in some ways it is.  I have managed to get all of them by shopping Thriftbooks and using our local library. It was fairly affordable and still so mcuh cheaper than private school.

How is your planning going?

Friday, August 11, 2017

7QT: Let's Get Planning Preschool

Linking up with Kelly to share my plans for next year. Be sure to check out my curriculum sale post if you haven't.



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Last year, I shared my Great Books Preschool program for Little Man.  We did enjoy it but never made it through all the books with the new baby and all.  This year we will be continuing with the program, and soon I will be sharing the new additions to make up for the books we have already read 20,000 times.  Little Man surely had some favorites.

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My new 4 year old want some school work like the big kids, so I have also chosen some fun workbooks for him to use.






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We are also going to add a time for play dough, painting, and other hands on projects.  I hope to create a rotation to keep him occupied while I work with the older kids. Some ideas to include in this time:
  1. play dough
  2. watercolors
  3. wiki sticks
  4. tangrams
  5. beading
  6. Popsicle sticks and glue creations
  7. scissor projects
  8. stamp work
  9. coloring

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I am still finalizing a schedule but one thing that will definitely be included is slots for Cowgirl and Buddy to work with Little Man one on one. This will free up time for me to get one on one time with each of the older children while still giving Little Man the attention he needs.

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 Time with Cowgirl will be spent on simple handicrafts. She really enjoys crafting so this will be a diversion for both of them.  I plan on focusing on the following handicraft skills:
  1. loom knitting
  2. potholder weaving
  3. basic sewing--this is per Little Man's request
  4. cooking
All of these will require some guidance and supervision. I believe Cowgirl is up to the task.

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Since I have adopted Mater Amabilis curriculum for Buddy, I hope to school the two younger ones in the Charlotte Mason style as well.  A large part of Charlotte Mason for the early years is Nature Study.  Mason advocates long hours spent outside in any weather and guided nature study.

This is where Buddy comes in.  He is a bit obsessed with nature.  So it is perfect for the boys to explore outside together.  My plan is to get each boy a nature journal to complete. I have a small block of time planned each week for me to provide some nature study guidance  and feedback.  I wish it could be every day but there are only so many hours.

When the weather is inhospitable to going out, as happens here in the northeast, there will be a basket of age appropriate nature books for the Buddy to read/explore with his brother.  I will share the basket's contents soon.  

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The last part of preschool for Little Man is going to consist of learning to play games.  My older children and Hubby really enjoy board games. Little Man really wants to play along but is still learning how to participate. So, there will be a time each week to play a simple game that we can then play as a family once he has gained understanding of how it works. 

So, not too many bells and whistles, but there it is.  How do you do preschool?

Thursday, August 10, 2017

Feature Thursday: Carmelite Scapulars

UPDATE: Aurelius Cabrini is changing platforms. We are in the process of moving the store to our Facebook page.  If you would like to order a scapular, please contact me.  They should be listed in the Facebook shop very soon. Thank you.

I have closely been considering what my shop needs and why it exists.  It is part of my business plan to further its development through careful planning.  In the end, it's mission is the same as this blog, to further God's Kingdom through promotion of vocations and service to the LORD.  This shop is for Jesus, more than for me.  I have fully given it over to Him.  Yes, the profit benefit my family, but I want it to benefit my soul more.

That is why I am so happy to feature our Carmelite nun made brown scapulars today.  These scapulars are lovingly made by hand by the sisters. They are selling the scapulars to earn money and build a special project.








https://www.etsy.com/listing/536421801/catholic-carmelite-handsewn-brown?ref=shop_home_active_3

The sisters are seeking to raise funds in order to build a modern convalescence home for patients with dementia. The home will also provide palliative care, rehabilitation, and assisted living. This home will serve 133 seniors.




At present, the sisters are in desperate need of funds to keep their current mother house open as well as to pursue this initiative.  All profits from the scapulars will be disbursed to the sisters.  I am donating all etsy fees incurred to give the sisters a bit more.



I ask you to please consider purchasing a scapular and supporting these beautiful brides of Christ.

https://www.etsy.com/listing/536421801/catholic-carmelite-handsewn-brown?ref=shop_home_active_3


Each scapular is hand made with reinforced stitching and pure wool backing.  Each scapular has a St Bendict medal sewn safely inside. We will include instructions of enrollment as well.

If anyone has any questions or would like to place a bulk order, please contact me for more information.

Thank you so much for supporting this effort and may God bless you!




Friday, August 4, 2017

#7QT: Let's Get Planning Tips and Curriculum Sale

Linking up with Kelly for some more getting started tips.



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If you are discerning homeschooling or just getting started, you have no doubt seen the big catalogs full of curriculum and asked friends which curriculum you should choose.  Are you experiencing sticker shock?

Homeschooling can seem overwhelming enough, the the cost of a box curriculum can turn many away.  I am here to tell you that you don't need a fancy, expensive boxed curriculum.  If that is what works for your family, then that is fine.  However if money is an issue keep reading for some tips on saving money.

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First, I'm going to let you in on a little secret.  You don't need textbooks to teach.  Gasp!  It's true.  Historical fiction, quality literature, well done non-fiction, and a good poetry book can give you excellent spines for your school.  Textbooks have their place, but if money is tight, especially if you are teaching 6th grade and below, opting for good books instead of textbooks is the way to go.

If you need help assembling your books into a year's curriculum, I am happy to answer questions.

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Invest in good, hard covered books and texts that can be used multiple times with all your children.  This may be a little more expensive in the beginning but in the long run will save you so much money, especially since these can usually be bought used and resold.  Workbooks are expensive and consumable.  You will need to repurchase them every year for every child.  While I do use some workbooks, my main focus is durable books.

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Check out your library!  Your library may already have a number of books you can use.  If you don't see what you need, request an interlibrary loan.  I have even hear of libraries specially ordering books that have been requested.  While that is not a given, it never hurts to ask.  I have found at least 10 books that Buddy is using for next year available at the local library.  That is saving my close to $100!

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Find printables, downloads, ebooks, and audiobooks online.  I'm not a fan of ebooks, but there are some desirable ones available, often for free.  Public domain books are available as ebooks and audiobooks on several websites.  For example Grammar Land by Nesbit, a vintage grammar books that is on Buddy's school list this year, is available free via ebook, audiobook, and I found worksheets to compliment the book which I had printed for less than $1.

Do a little searching and you will be amazed at what you find.

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I have written before about the importance of a community.  Find a homeschool buddy or two and split the cost of some bigger curriculum purchases.  For instance, my friend, Mary, and I have built a library of Apologia Exploring Creation books.  By buying them a little at a time and taking turns, we now own all of the books.  We are currently working on purchasing the audio versions.  These have and will continue to be used by all of our children. A little joint investment can go a long way!

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Shop used curriculum sales, such as the one that Jessica sponsors every year.  Her sale is actually what got me blogging so this is an anniversary of sorts for Veils and Vocations.  Below are my items for sale.  Please comment if you would like to purchase one or more.  Shipping is $4 the first book, $1 each additional.  Any questions, please ask.  Thank you for looking and helping to support my homeschool. Be sure to check out all the other books available on Jessica's bloghop!
Wii game, like new, used twice. $3
Homemade recipes from Amish country, new $2 shipped
Seton readers, good condition, shelf wear, $3 each
These Are Our Horizons--Sold

Mysteries of Ancient America, HC, DJ, some wear, GC $2
How People Lived in the Middle Ages, HC, GC, $1

Problem Solving, sc, gc, no writing $1
Mental Math, sc, gc, $1



Easy Grammar, Like New, no writing, EC, retails $23, asking $10--Sold






Set of New Cathedral Readers, from 1950s.  
Bindings are worn, some more than others. A couple of books have writing on the covers, and a couple of the title pages are damaged. I tried to show this in the pictures.  However, all of the story pages are in excellent condition.  I went through every book, no marks or damage to actual reading pages.  These were in a friend's family for 3 generations, she has decided to pass them on.
Asking $65 for entire set, some of these sell for $20 each!

New Arabian Nights, SC, GC, $1

Lenten Adventure workbook from Holy Heroes, SC, LN, no writing, $3

BJU Spelling grade 1, LN, no writing. Text and workbook. Given to us but we aren't going to use it. Asking $3 for set

Concepts and Challenges set, 2nd edition, EC, minimal shelf wear, asking $20 for set --Sold

Thanks and God bless!