Ten Commandments Poster free printable – kid friendly language

*This was originally posted in 2012 and continues to be one of the top viewed items on my blog each week. Blessings!

Here’s a free Ten Commandments poster for you.  They are written in a kid-friendly way.  Hope you enjoy!

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The Long Winter Unit Study (Little House on the Prairie)

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If the weather where you are has been as cold as where I am, it may be time for a read-aloud!  The kids and I really enjoyed reading through The Long Winter from the Little House on the Prairie series by Laura Ingalls Wilder. It’s super easy to fit into your busy homeschooling day.  Just read a chapter a day and add the corresponding piece to your lapbook. That’s it!

This Unit Study includes:

Background Information such as…

Who was Laura Ingalls Wilder

What was the Homestead Act?

Pioneering Life

Links to pictures of Laura’s home, Almonzo’s actual Homestead Proof paperwork, a map of Laura’s travels, video of pioneer life with questions and a worksheet, crafts such as corn cob dolls, fleece scarfs, and homemade butter, museums, online fieldtrips, recipes, and more.  We scoured the web to find the very best resources for you to enhance this unit.

From making homemade butter and handmade fleece scarves to creating corncob dolls, your children will find this book and the activities we recommend a great way to spend your long winter.

Also includes a COMPLETE LAPBOOK with one cutout for each of the 33 chapters in the book.  Each page includes comprehension questions from the chapter and an answer KEY.

44 pages

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Our Homeschool Classroom

We decided to do some updating in our homeschool classroom.  Here’s a picture of what it looked like before.

With a middle schooler this year, I knew it was time to make some changes.  Our old room just screamed “kindergarten.”  The first thing we did was to get rid of the “teacher desk” and move an old love seat we already had into our schoolroom.  It’s our “reading couch.”  We LOVE it!!

Next, I cut the large white board (really just a sheet of  “shower board” from Home Depot for about $12) in half.  I have two children, so I put half on each side of the room.

I turned the kids desks (bought at flea markets) so that the kids each face their own board.

The border around the boards cost about $3 from Walmart.  It’s self-adhesive and was sooo easy to stick on!  It even comes with extra stickers so the kids could do a little more creative decorating around their boards.

That’s it!  We spent hardly anything and we updated our schoolroom.  Next, we hope to give it some new paint and the kids really want make one wall a mural with a big tree, clouds, etc. We’ll see! 🙂

If you have more than two children, you could just cut the board down further and let everyone have their own boards.

If you want to take a look at how we set up our original schoolroom, you can check it out here.