• We're a home educating family of six living in Maryland. Our style is Charlotte Mason and we love both the Ambleside and Sonlight curriculums, but we frequently wander from the main path to explore "rabbit trails." Here we share our days: home learning, living books, nature discoveries, and life with children.

Charlotte Mason:

  • "We allow no separation to grow up between the intellectual and 'spiritual' life of children, but teach them that the Divine Spirit has constant access to their spirits, and is their Continual Helper in all the interests, duties and joys of life." ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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March 25, 2008


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That's SO awesome! I'll have to show Brad--he'll make one right away, I'm sure.


J. would enjoy seeing Brad's!

I'd love to know a source for more of these simple ideas. Suggestions, anyone?


That is great!!!I bet he had a blast making that!It looks like something Superboy would love to do.


Hi Kathy, I love this idea and featured it on The Crafty Crow. I couldn't find an email for you but if you get in touch with me I have a special button just for contributors :) You've got so many good ideas here that I'm sure I'll be posting more!


Cassi, I emailed you. You'll have my email address, now.:-)


Hi! a clarification: joints are the where bone and bone connect, the flexible part of yer finger. In this case, it is nicely illustrated by the tape.

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