August 2012

LHITS DIY Linky #14

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Homeschool Round Up

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Having babies when your kids are older generates a lot of questions.  So, I made a few printables for homeschool to satisfy the curiosity.  Both the DEVELOPMENT cards above and the PARTS OF THE BABY BELLY cards are available HERE.  Also, in our science text we are doing the anatomy of the senses.  I found […]

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5 Simple Rules to Reduce Child Laundry

Simplify

With six people in one house, I am lately obsessed with reducing laundry.  A few month ago, I reported in THIS POST that I was trying a new laundry experiment.  I reported the results HERE and then my new shoe shelf innovation HERE.  After months of experience, I feel I have arrived at a realistic child laundry philosophy.  (P.S. […]

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Practically Green: Putting up Summer Produce No Sweat

Home Preserving

  Going green in midsummer isn’t just about buying locally grown produce and keeping your lawn free from chemicals. If you’re really eco-smart, you’ll be putting up locally grown produce for the fall and winter. In January, those sorry winter tomatoes trucked from the other side of the country start to look pretty tempting, unless […]

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Weekend Links

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  What can you compost?: Home Front Prudent Living.     Great pictorial tour of compostables you may not think about. 21 Natural Ways to Get Rid of Ants:  Our Homemade Happiness.  I shall use them ALL, this year.  I shall be TRIUMPHANT!!! Wow, I Could Have Made My Own V-8!:  Old World Garden Farms.  Make your […]

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