Friday, November 1, 2019

Variations of Morning Basket

Happy FRIDAY! Today I chatted all about morning basket on my channel, and wanted to share three different variations from last week, If you watch my video first, this will make MUCH more sense ;) 




DAY 1
8:00 - Team captain leads us in prayer, pledge, and calendar time
8:05 - I read excerpt from Morning Exercises for all the Year
8:10 - Team captain leads us through hymn, memory verse, folk song, and books of the bible
8:20 - Musical Multiplication
8:30 - I introduce a new poem by our current poet, we discuss, enjoy formerly studied poems, narrate poet's life, etc.
8:40 - play with STEM toys while listening to last week's piece from our composer
8:50 - Map drill/adding a new state
9:00 - Picture Smart Bible lesson 
9:10 - All done!

DAY 2
8:00 - Team captain leads us in prayer, pledge, and calendar time
8:05 - I read excerpt from Morning Exercises for all the Year
8:10 - Team captain leads us through hymn, memory verse, folk song, and books of the bible
8:20 - Picture study - introduce new picture by our artist. Silently observe for 5 minutes, then discuss.
8:30 - Laying Down the Rails habit study
8:40 - Related activity/read a book about historical character/date mentioned earlier in Morning Exercises book
8:50 - Current events study, break off for ten minutes, reconvene to discuss
9:05 - All done!

DAY 3
8:00 - Team captain leads us in prayer, pledge, and calendar time
8:05 - I read excerpt from Morning Exercises for all the Year
8:10 - Team captain leads us through hymn, memory verse, folk song, and books of the bible
8:20 - Add a new line to our hymn/folk song, run through song in full
8:25 - One Set of Musical Multiplication
8:30 - Read about new piece by our composer, listen throughout day
8:40 - Map Drill
8:45 - Read missionary study
8:55 - Picture Smart Bible family lesson
9:05 - All done!

Monday, October 21, 2019

Packed Lunches || October 2019

Happy Monday! Today, I'm bringing you a roundup of some of our recent packed lunches. I've linked any recipes/snacks below. Let me know what's in your lunchbox this week!


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Dan Active yogurt
Pistachios
Strawberries and Grapes


Hard Boiled Egg
Probiotic Packet
Fruit Salad



Chobani Gimmies Shake
Capri Sun
Cheese
Triscuits
Mini Cucumbers
Snap Peas
Apples
Raspberries


PB Apple Sandwiches
Strawberries
Ranch Veggie Straws
Organic Turkey Slices
Simply Go-gurt



Rainbow Carrots
Mini Cucumber OR Homemade Pickles
Organic Turkey
Guacamole
Organic Corn Chips
Nestle Tollhouse Edible Cookie Dough

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Saturday, April 6, 2019

Meal Planning Motivation || April 2019

Hey y'all! Welcome back for another round of Meal Planning Motivation! If you haven't watched my video, go ahead and pop over to YouTube and do just that. Here are the recipes that go along with that video. The first few recipes are from the 100 Days of Real Food on a Budget cookbook that you can purchase on Amazon:

Carrot Curry, recipe HERE

Costa Rican Red Beans and Rice recipe HERE

Asian Chicken Lettuce Cups recipe HERE

Teriyaki Beef Skewers, also from the cookbook referenced.

Leftover Meatballs and Whole Grain Pasta

Simple cheese quesadillas with Tortilla Land tortillas (the best) and toppings

Quiche:
1 Pie Shell or THIS recipe
2 Cups Broccoli Chopped
8 oz cheddar cheese, shredded
2 tsp dried minced onion
6 eggs
1/2 cup heavy cream (or whole milk works fine)
salt and pepper to taste

Mix broccoli, cheese, and onion and fill crust (it may look like too much filling, but will cook down). Mix eggs, cream, salt, and pepper, and pour over top. Bake at 350 for about 45 minutes until firm in the middle.

Muffin recipe HERE

Kale Salad Recipe HERE


Buttermilk Pancake Recipe HERE


Pizza Recipe HERE

Chili Mac recipe from an old Paula Deen Thanksgiving magazine...

Pork Chop recipe HERE







AND a simple dip dinner/veggie tray to clear out the fridge! 



I also mentioned a couple of dessert recipes:
OREO TRUFFLES

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Monday, April 1, 2019

Educational Easter Basket Ideas

Happy April! Here are some alternatives to the candy and trinkets you can find in abundance this time of year! Each of these (reasonably priced) gifts will encourage nature play, educational play, or just plain old fashioned fun! Hope it gets your Easter basket shopping off to a great start! You can click each image to shop.

























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