Saturday, August 22, 2015

Everything I Ever Thought About Homeschooling, Schoolish Free Printables . . . and anything YOUR heart desires

The school year is upon us!

I figured it might be nice to have all the schooling-type posts in one place, and I made some new schooling-type printables, and now there's a way for you to get a custom printable . . . made just for you.

Yay!

:: The Homeschool Posts ::
 

Maybe Homeschooling Isn't For Me?

The Secret Truth About Why I Homeschool

See Me Homeschool

Seven Odd Things I've Come to Appreciate About Homeschooling

Quit Worrying About Preschool. Seriously, Stop It.

Why I Homeschool Like That

Homeschooling: One Room Schoolhouse Meets Three Ring Circus

My Top Ten Books for Teaching Kids

A Homeschooling How We Roll

A Day in the Life of Me, Kendra Tierney, in Which a Lot of Things Happen and Often I Don't Yell

How to Get Your Husband on Board With Homeschooling

How To Introduce Kids to Poetry, Fine Art, and Classical Music

Homeschooling for Beginners

Homeschooling Multiple Grades: MODG hacks and other things I've learned the hard way

Homeschooling is a Scary Proposition

:: The Printables ::

As with all my printables, you are welcome to save the images to your computer for your own personal use. You may print the images and / or upload them and have prints made for your personal use or to give as gifts. (These are sized for 8x10 or square but will print well much bigger.) First click on the image to bring it up in a new window, then right click on the image to save it to your computer. You may use my images on your blog, just please link back to my blog. If you would like to sell my images, please contact me first.

 For LOTS MORE free printable prayers, check out my Pinterest board.

:: Plato ::





:: St. John Bosco ::


 :: St. Thomas Aquinas ::
:: The Opportunity ::

 Wait, don't click up there. Click here. Or over there on the sidebar.

I love making printables! I get lots of requests from you good folks for specific prayers, but I thought I'd make things official, and offer them for sale. For the low, low introductory price of only $10, I will create a printable digital image, just for you. Have a favorite prayer, quote, poem, or house rule that you'd like to be able to print out and stick on the fridge, or have professionally printed and framed for posterity? I've got you covered.

All YOU have to do is click through to my Etsy shop up there, or over on the sidebar, to make your payment, and include in the comments box the exact text, along with (if you'd like) your preferred colors. You can also check out the Pinterest board, and tell me which style you like best. You'll have it in your inbox within a few days.



:: The Feast Day ::

Tonight, we'll be eating off the good dishes. And today we're going to Mass, saying a rosary, and, ya know, just generally bein' fancy.

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7 comments:

  1. This is so fantastic. Do you mind if I add it to my link-up? Also, do you mind if I copy your post style? I realized when someone asked me a question about young ones that I hardly remember what I did with Gianna and Aliya. I should definitely go back and look at those.

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    1. Of course, Micaela! And of course not. :)

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  2. Thanks for the printables! They're always so lovely!

    Any chance you'll post about this year's uniforms? They're always so cute :)

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  3. "Any chance you'll post about this year's uniforms? They're always so cute :) "

    I second that. Actually the way I found Catholic All Year was searching for "home school uniforms" in Google. Seriously! Because I thought that would be great. And lo, there is this great blog that I've been reading ever since! I think it was a year ago.

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  4. Did you notice my digging through your homeschooling archives yesterday and post this just for me? ;)

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  5. Love the Saint John Bosco quote!! Thanks for the lovely printables and all the great links! :)

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