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    October 2014

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Fall Into Fall

Fall Into Fall

Fall is one of my very favorite seasons.  I love the color, the food, and the cooler temperatures.  It is just about perfect–not to hot and not too cold.  I get to wear light jackets and long sleeve shirts.  Fall fruits like apples and pomegranates tickle my taste-buds along with all things pumpkin. At this […]

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Math Mammoth

About the Vendor Math Mammoth offers affordable, yet quality math worktexts and workbooks for grades 1-12. Their products are loved by parents, homeschoolers, and teachers. All of the books are available as downloads—and most also as printed books. Find them here: Website Blog About the Products Math Mammoth products are affordable, yet quality math worktexts and […]

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Blast From the Past! HM Recipe Carnival-October 2012

Welcome to the Homeschool Mosaics Recipe Carnival! We hope you will enjoy the recipes we have shared with you this month. These are some of our favorite recipes that we have made with our own families. This column will run on the 31st and will only run on the months that have thirty one days. […]

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Changing Seasons

It’s officially fall here in Virginia. The days are cool and crisp, leaves are beautifully painted reds and golds and the produce stands are full or pumpkins and apples. Everywhere you look there are harvest parties and fall festivals. Farmers are storing up feed and hay to feed to their livestock during the winter. Homemakers […]

Blast From the Past! Planning for the Holidays

Can you even believe the holidays are nearly upon us? I want to encourage you to slow down, moms. One way to do that is by planning. It’s true, I am a planner to the core. But when it comes to the holidays, to be able to truly enjoy every single minute, I believe planning […]

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Easy Monkey Bread

Fall is one of my favorite of the four seasons. I live in Florida so some beg to differ that we only have two actual seasons – summer and not summer, – but those few glorious weeks of crisp nighttime temperatures with low humidity where we can sleep with the windows open and days where […]

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Crockpot Lasagna

This is one of my favorite crockpot recipes.  It is so easy and very tweakable to suit your own recipe and taste.  But here is the way I like to make it. 1 Large Jar of your favorite Spaghetti sauce 1 Pkg Wide Egg Noodles 1 lb Ground Beef Shredded Cheese of your choice  (I […]

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