12 Children’s Books About Marc Chagall

12 Children's Books About Marc Chagall

Looking for an easy way to introduce your kids to the colorful art of Marc Chagall? Children’s books are a great place to start, so grab your favorite pen and notebook. Today I’m sharing my list of Marc Chagall books for kids. *Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.[Read more]

Bible Belles: Real Heroes for Real Girls

Bible Belles: Real Heroes for Real Girls

*I received complimentary access to the Bible Belles series for review purposes. Also, this post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details.  Looking for a way to connect your daughter to the heroic girls and women of the Bible? The Bible itself is a great place to start, but it[Read more]

8 Children’s Books about Rembrandt van Rijn

Looking for reading suggestions on Dutch painter Rembrandt van Rijn? Today I’m sharing some great books about Rembrandt to use with your kids. *Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details. Oddly enough, Rembrandt van Rijn isn’t an artist we’ve covered in our homeschool art studies yet. We did, however,[Read more]

Knights in Training: Resurrecting Chivalry Through a New Generation

*I received a complimentary copy of this book for review. Post contains affiliate links; see disclosure for details. Chivalry is dead. You’ve probably heard that saying before and have sighed thinking to yourself, “it’s a shame” or “too bad we can’t do something about it.” The thing is that you can[Read more]

The Very Lonely Firefly Art Project for Kids

My kiddos love experimenting with art inspired by our favorite picture books. Today I’m sharing our most recent of these projects: Very Lonely Firefly art. It was inspired by Eric Carle’s The Very Lonely Firefly and it was easy and fun. You’re going to love it! *Post contains affiliate links; see[Read more]

3 Easy Ways to Add Family Devotions to Your Day

Easy Ways to Include Family Devotions in Your Daily Routines

In a day where we have subscription boxes and activity kits for anything and everything you can think of, — family devotions included — I’m to the point where I think less is more. These tools can be helpful, but they can also be a hangup. I don’t know about you,[Read more]