We had another big week here on Cornerstone Confessions…which included a few of my favorite posts to write. I hope you will take time to check some of them out.
After several tests, we reveal our new favorite play dough recipe. Try it out and let me know if you agree. Soft, reusable, and long-lasting, it’s a winner in our books.
|The Best Play Dough Recipe|
In conjuction with the Ultimate Guides of iHN Homeschooling Network, I shared an Ultimate List of Online Music Education Activities (online games with a purpose). If a music game is free, interactive, educational, and online, you’ll find it here. This is a great resource to have on hand for all those times you want to give your child some purposeful computer time. They’ll have fun playing and you will know they are learning some valuable information at the same time.
|The Ultimate List of Online Music Education Activities|
This week I had the privilege of reviewing and providing a giveaway of one of the best up and coming books on increasing literacy in our schools. If you are an educator, principal, home school mom, or education reformer, definitely click over for your chance to win this revolutionizing book.
|Mission Impossible Giveaway|
On Monday I linked up to the iHN “Not” Back-to-School Blog Hop as I shared an update of our 2012-2013 school room. If you are interested in seeing our play room update or linking up your own school room for the year to this top-notch blog party then this post is for you.
|“Not” Back-to-School Blog Hop: Cornerstone Confessions’ School Room|
Finally, I shared our 5th week of our home school preschool year. What fun we had with the letter “E.”
|Encompass Preschool Week 5|
I can only imagine the pain of one with fibromyalgia or other similar painful disease. Yet Tereasa provides a positive light on just that. As you read, send out a prayer not only for her but for anyone else you might know who wakes up with chronic pain each and every morning.
|Hello Mornings (or any early morning) wit Chronic Pain on His Pen on My Heart|
|10 Ways to Get Your Groove Back After Having a Baby on The Kennedy Adventures|
Okay I haven’t made this recipe yet but it’s pinned and on my to-do list for sure. This Lemon Crunch recipe looks scrumptious!
|Lemon Crunch on Call Me PMc|
For some reason Peanut has had a rollercoaster experience since we’ve started homeschooling. One week is fantastic, the next week it’s like pulling teeth. How encouraging it was to read this post on Joyful Mothering. When in doubt I’ll remember these 4 P’s and we will all be much better off.
|Do Not Grow Weary in Homeschooling on Joyful Mothering|
I admit it–being thoughtful is not my strong-suit. I mean I try to think of others but it is definitely not an effortless task. Thank you Lori for these excellent tips I can incorporate right away to becoming more thoughtful every day.
|5 Ways to Become More Thoughtful on Be Not Weary|
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