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Cristina Grau
Enjoying the adventure of serving as mother and educator. Inspiring others to join in the fun! New blog posts every Monday.
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Cristina Grau Jul 20
Have you read our informative review of High School STEM Innovator Pack from Pitsco Education? Look no further!
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Cristina Grau Jul 12
Have you read our informative review of MaxScholar Orton-Gillingham Software from MaxScholar? Look no further!
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Cristina Grau Jun 10
"...I knew this was going to be another fun opportunity to explore our learning horizons...."
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Cristina Grau May 6
We had a lot of fun and learned so much from our recent review of The Hidden Message of the Secret Scroll. Did you miss the review? Look no further:
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Cristina Grau Mar 23
Looking for a great history read? Check out our newest review featuring Laura Ingalls Wilder: A Storybook Life from the Heroes in History series from here:
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Cristina Grau Feb 11
Entropy. We have a love/hate relationship. It 𝕝𝕠𝕧𝕖𝕤 to see how much it can challenge me, and I 𝕙𝕒𝕥𝕖 the financial chaos it leaves in its wake. But. But... I 𝕂ℕ𝕆𝕎 God works all things together for His good. So take…
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Cristina Grau Jan 30
How are you? Your family, your homeschooling, your day? What new things is the Lord teaching you? No ulterior motives. There’s no hidden message. Sometimes it’s just nice to be asked and to have people listen. Isn’t…
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Cristina Grau Jan 7
Just because we’re halfway through our learning year doesn’t mean we can’t spice up our routine with a new resource! This is where and their Ultimate PreK-12 Annual Membership came to the rescue. Be sure to check our full review:
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Cristina Grau Dec 9
"As far as I’m concerned I don’t need a single present under the tree or even a piece of coal in my stocking... my soul is set on a few other goodies. Not necessarily things to be wrapped, but much-needed gifts...." All I Want for…
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Cristina Grau Dec 7
Every field trip has purpose, but today’s touched hearts. And that was intentional. Most people would never willingly step into poverty. Our experience was brief, yet it left a deep impression. Today, we walked in…
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Cristina Grau Nov 25
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Cristina Grau Nov 11
"...I think one of the greatest joys of our “dates” is getting to know who my children are..." A fresh glimpse at 'Dating Our Children'!
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Cristina Grau Nov 1
Be honest. How many of you just... possibly... raided your kids’ candy stash? And may or may not have had a tad - only a smidgen - of chocolate for breakfast? I’m never telling! . . . . .
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Cristina Grau Oct 30
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Marie-Camille Grangier | Sounds of Teaching Oct 28
Really enlightening article from a homeschooling Mom. We often forget that kids adults participate to the state of the world -that's why we should make sure they're given a voice. via
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Cristina Grau Oct 28
You’d love to wake to the sound of little birdies chirping and happy faces embracing a beautiful day, followed by a lovely session of reading and a day of fun learning. Instead… Well, let’s just say you didn’t. "Turn a Rough…
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Cristina Grau Oct 24
Did I have expectations of what my children’s education would look like? Absolutely. They lasted about a minute...😉 . Over the years our learning has changed. Changed again. And changed again. It grows with my kids…
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Cristina Grau Oct 22
Anyone else starting to feel the pressure of the season? It starts with costumes, candy, and pumpkins. Then... oh, then. A large Thanksgiving dinner. And let’s not start on Christmas yet. Please. While there is…
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Cristina Grau Oct 20
I am not always the person I want to be. I make mistakes. I stumble. I hide when I should step forward. I worry even though prayer is the better option. I fail. But... That one word makes all the difference. But...…
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