Angela England

Angela England is a renaissance woman who doesn't let five children stop her from many pursuits, interests and tasks. Angela is a freelance writer, professional blogger, speaker, labor doula, massage therapist and can usually be found with a coffee nearby. Angela recently published her first book, Backyard Farming on an Acre (more or less) and has since published her first Untrained Housewife Guide - Getting Prepared.

Angela England is a renaissance woman who doesn't let five children stop her from many pursuits, interests and tasks. Angela is a freelance writer, professional blogger, speaker, labor doula, massage therapist and can usually be found with a coffee nearby. Angela recently published her first book, Backyard Farming on an Acre (more or less) and has since published her first Untrained Housewife Guide - Getting Prepared.

20 Fabulous Apple Crafts For Kids

Sunday, September 15th, 2013 by from ABC, 123

Fall is almost here and that means apples! There's just something about the apple that lends itself to amazing crafts that kids adore. I get a little nostalgic about apple print crafts myself.

I scoured Pinterest and the pages of some of my blogging buddies and pulled together my top twenty apple crafts that you HAVE to check out for ...

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As a homeschooling mom, I have found several go-to tools that work well throughout the school year to facilitate learning. Last month I showed you some tips for teaching your preschooler his letters and today I want to share one of my favorite tricks for helping school age kids with strengthening their reading skills.  When ...

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With summer heat not letting up any time soon, your kids may be spending their afternoons inside more than not. These crafts will keep your kids busy, even after the craft is done. Not only do you get some fun together-time making things, but your kids get hours of play after the fact. ...

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Homeschooling is one of the fastest growing school segments, and there are a lot of reasons why this is happening. Unlike the stereotype of backwards, ultra-conservative, cult-families, homeschoolers come with a wide variety of demographics, family types, and religious backgrounds. What are reasons ...

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Cooking with kids might sound like the start of a horror movie to some parents, but what I'm learning is that a little mess and a lot of guidance now will reap dividends later in life. Even though some of my kids are still littles (Infant, toddler, and preschooler! The trifecta of insanity.), I ...

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Summer days are the perfect time to try fun new crafts with your preschooler. But not just any craft – bug crafts,  because you know, it IS summer. From dragonflies to caterpillars, these crafts are sure to have your child buzzing with fun and delight. We've purposefully selected easy-to-do crafts ...

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With blueberry season in full-force you may find yourself able to snag some inexpensive quarts of blueberries from your farmer's market or local fruit stand. If you're fortunate, you can head to a you-pick farm with your family and get these delicious and nutritious berries by the whole bucket-fulls! What will you do with all ...

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When our family went through a tornado two years ago it made me very aware of how non-intentional I'd been with emergency preparedness things with our kids. So we started changing that together as a family. As a result, last month when storm clouds loomed on the horizon my kids weren't scared or overly concerned and we could quickly implement our ...

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