Jika kata-kata dan perbuatan kita baik, Allah akan beri pahala. Jika kata-kata dan perbuatan kita buruk, Allah akan catat sebagai dosa. Pahala mengantar kita ke surga. Dosa menyebabkan orang masuk neraka.
(Stt Allah Mengawasi Kita, hal 6)
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That last 30 minutes of daylight is the most magical ✨
By this point of the day I’ve given up trying to accomplish anything else and I’m just enjoying the moment........until reality hits and I start thinking about what I’m going to feed everyone for dinner and getting the kids to bed on time , but until those thoughts enter my mind this time of day is pure gold ✨❤️
The Stuff of Life.Simple ingredients that I know by heart.can measure out in my mind. 3 cups flour, three cups water, 2 1/4 scoops yeast. Wait. Walk away, pick up a toy, button a dress, praise a drawing kiss a kissable cheek. Break up a fight, tell someone to get off the counter or get out of the fridge. Come back. 6 cups flour. Dash of salt. Hands wet knead and fold and push my emotions through my hands into sustenance for life. My life. Will and resolve to keep going , make damn sure my world keeps turning. Deep breath. Hands still working while I gaze out the window and for a moment my mind escapes into the shadows and light slipping down the leaves of my window sill plants reflecting the late fall light. Memories flash I’m in another time and place but for a moment. And then I’m back- kneading, pushing,pulling, shaping the stuff of life. Keeping all of us going. A recipe I know by heart now. #homeschoolingmom #homeschooldays
Tiny hands creating tiny doughy hearts. For one sublime moment that seemed to stretch into eternity today the household hummed in harmony just like a fairytale. The baby napped, a candle glowed. A single celtic violin played in the background while one child cracked walnuts, another sewed doll clothes by hand while another stood on a stool faithfully stirring stew with a wooden spoon for like an hour, just like Goldilocks. The oldest prepared a dish for her own potluck later and I flitted between them all like a fairy godmother fine tuning thier tasks and supposedly - this is the best part- trying to sit down to read a huge book on “ how to homeschool”. the home is already schooling all of us I think.#homeschoolingmom #homeschooldays
1 hour ago
My table at the Homeschool Expo in Bloemfontein
Hi! I’m Sarah. Somehow I have 15 children and somehow I have published 300 Homeschooling books for them. I guess I’m a bit of an overachiever. Here are some pictures of my kids doing life. My family is amazing. Josh and I have been married 21 years, we have 10 biological kids and five adopted. We started a genre of homeschooling called fun-schooling, where we only focus of learning that is meaningful and delightful... most of the time. We help our kids start businesses in their early teens and enjoy a lot of travel, volunteering and adventure. Sometimes I get tired, like this week. But life goes on. We are blessed. Take a look at all the amazing books our family created on FunSchooling.com. We are always giving stuff away, so check our profile. #momlife#momschooling#momsofinstagram#momstronginternational#workinghomeschoolmom#momboss#momlifeisthebestlife#homeschoolmom
When a picture grab ahold of what it's all about really! ❤👨🌾👩🌾🙏 #GlorytoGod
Every moment is 🗝, if thought about even if for a moment is a teachable moment!
Buckets by size and colors, the amount of feed, water, who gets what. The execution of the "chore" thus becomes lesson learned and the love of learning, it lives on.🙌 GUILTY party here 🤔sometimes I forget this and its simplicity. But I just love how God bring it back to my attention, now to build on to this love of learning!⚒
Homeschooling is hard.
And here’s what really sucks... It doesn’t have to be.
Homeschooling is hard for me because I overcomplicate it.
I think I’m not a good homeschooler because Suzi’s kids are building rockets and mine watch Magic School Bus.
Homeschooling is hard for me for the same reason Instagram was hard for me.
“Everyone is doing they better than me”
“Everyone’s life is more glamorous than mine”
“Even when I try I can’t quite get this right”
But it’s ridiculous.
No one is homeschooling “right”.
Instagram is a highlight reel, and I have no idea what’s happening behind Suzi’s kids rocket ships.
My kids and I spent an entire quarter learning about sharks.
My nine year old built a stethoscope this week from a kiwi crate that we got over a year ago and never remembered to use.
My eight year old reluctant reader spells “Andy” and “Toys” and “Sunnyside” because he loves toy story.
My six year old kindergartener colors pictures and practices the letters in his name by signing his art work.
And it works for us.
This is my homeschool. And I’m done making it hard. ❤️
2 hours ago
PUBLIC SCHOOL PART I:
How we’ve kept the spirit of our homeschool alive while attending public school.
There were three main tenants of our homeschool, things that I cared the very most about instilling in my babies hearts and minds. More than anything, I wanted them to learn: 1. how to be empowered as girls and readers, 2. how to have uninhibited creativity, and 3. how to make happy, Christ-like choices.
Now that we’re doing public school, it’s been really rewarding (and relieving) for me to know that I can still make intentional efforts to instill and teach the same values daily. We’ve been able to do this in the following ways. ❤️Morning reading- While the girls eat breakfast every morning, I read to them from a stack of three books. Each book touches on one of our three main values. 1. A book that shows different examples of strong girls/kids. We have read through, “Never Too Young” and are currently working our way through “Strong is the New Pretty.” Both are incredible. 2. The Book of Mormon. We really love the Family Reader version because it breaks up the sections into nice little bite-sized amounts and has illustrations. 3. “Sing a Song of Seasons” which is a beautiful book of daily, nature-based poems with gorgeous artwork. We started the book on Jan 1st and have been going strong every day! I love knowing that by the end of the year, we’ll have read 365 days worth of poetry. ❤️Creativity corner- We recently transferred tons of our arts and crafts supplies from our basement homeschool room up to a little art cart. It has everything the girls need to play and experiment freely in their art making and stays nicely tucked under our dining room table when not in use. Having art supplies out and accessible (while still hidden from the 2 year old), has already increased their time spent creating ten fold! (CONTINUED IN COMMENTS)
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3 hours ago
We will be at the #fallforlocal fair in Vancouver on Saturday and Sunday. Come say hi!! Ps: our #spacebox for November is still in stock for one time buy. Limited stock only. Head to our website to purchase it for $22 only. Perfect for gifting 👨🚀
There are moments that are so simple yet end up taking your breath away. I have those moments when I observe my kids. Being able to homeschool them is such an honor. The fact that I have the opportunity to raise these kids is such a beautiful thing to know. They really are awesome little humans. We used a #kiwico crate to learn a bit about trees and played a balancing game together I love how each crate gives you everything you need for a quick lesson that doesn’t involve too much planning. They were a little sick today so I just didn’t want to be bothered with planning lessons for the week.
Song: Little Things
Clever Trex! Dinosaur! By Jay
We recent ditched our homeschool room so the boys who were previously sharing a room could have their own bedrooms. We really don't need a homeschool room as they can homeschool anyway but I am starting to miss the space we created full of books and educational resources. But it's worth it for Mr 9 to have his own space with everything just the way he likes it and full of all his favourite Lego. 💕
4 hours ago
My husband shared this with me the other day that he heard from. TED Talk with Mel Robbins, “Would you hang out with people who talked to you the way you y’all to yourself?” 🤔⠀
I mean would you? 🤷🏽♀️⠀
That is pretty deep. I know for me it is hard not to tear myself apart. To pin pint all the the “little things that I allow to self sabotage my own mind about how I look or how I feel. Why would I want to let people who tear me down into my life and my self love journey? ⠀
I have people in my life that are just not on board with my lifestyle and my friends it’s okay. That is not their journey. It’s 𝑀𝐼𝑁𝐸! ⠀
I need the people who even if they aren’t in this lifestyle journey, to support me in a way that is encouraging and uplifting. Not tear me down because I just want to be better than I was yesterday.⠀
Friends, if it is a community you seek or a lifestyle change that you need...we start December 1st. Surround yourself with self love warriors who will be there for you 3000%. ⠀
I am just a message 💌 away from the best decision to end your 2019.
We have been drawing inspiration from Paul Klee and @teachbesideme new book #mathartanddrawinggamesforkids We were lucky enough to get a sneak peek at this book, and I have to say,” I love it.” So many hands on projects that make your math lessons more engaging ? It is hard not to love doing math when this is how you go about it.
Math Art and Drawing Games for Kids, by Karyn Tripp, releases November 19th, but is available now for pre-sale!
The book, Math Art and Drawing Games for Kids has a collection of more than 40 hands-on math-art activities to engage young learners. It is geared to kids ages 8-12, but that range is flexible up or down.
Some examples of what you can find in the book:
Projects combining math with the work of fine artists including Escher, Kandinsky, Mondrian, and more!
Making art with graph paper and grids.
Projects that explore and teach about symmetry with mandala drawings, stained glass art, and more.
Playing with geometric shapes to make art with spirals, hexagrams and more.
Using equations, counting, addition, and multiplication, Fibonacci sequence and the golden mean to create beautiful works of art.
Learn about patterns and art history through cultural projects from around the world.
Teach fun edible math with bread making, cookie tangrams and waffle fractions. Check it out👌
Sometimes our days look like watching too much tv and short tempers. But sometimes. Sometimes it clicks. Both times are us so I pray Thankyou for all #classicalconversations
4 hours ago
I highly recommend taking the tour at the Buffalo Bayou Park Cistern. It's a neat, hidden gem in downtown Houston. Very historical and educational. And Free on Thursdays 😉. #houstoncistern#buffalobayoupark
4 hours ago
Fine motor Friday 😊😊🖍🖍🖍
4 hours ago
We have been doing unit studies this year for history and geography. So, of course, we had to start off with a unit about the Northern European countries before we took our trip to Iceland. We enjoyed reading an Icelandic folktale, reading about the Northern Lights, learning about puffins, studying all about the Vikings (in @thegoodandthebeautiful History 2), and diving a little deeper into Icelandic culture. We also thoroughly enjoyed learning about the history of the dikes and flooding in the Netherlands. “When the Dikes Broke” is a wonderful book (also from @thegoodandthebeautiful) that my kids insisted that I keep reading (even though we had lots more in our day to do)! We ended the unit with the coolest travel journals that we took on our trip. It was such a fun and interesting unit!! Do you do unit studies? What unit studies have been your favorites?
I don’t think I’ve ever done an official introductory post 😱. I know, shocking! But I figure there’s enough people here now who I don’t actually know personally to warrant one.
My name is Timmi. Yep, pronounced just like a boy’s name. I’m named after my dad which seems appropriate since we share a very similar face. 😂
I’ve been married to my high school sweetheart and best friend for 18 years. We still live in our tiny “starter home”, but the kitchen is the biggest room in the house so I’m okay with it.
I’m a home school mom to five beautiful girls who are literally some of my best friends. Well not the little ones yet. They’re kinda still jerks. 😆 But I wouldn’t trade them for the world.
I attended culinary school, but I’m pretty sure I learned more from Food Network than I ever did in class (guess I’m a visual learner 🤷🏻♀️). Cooking wasn’t a skill that came easy for me, but I did love it.
Over the years I struggled with back issues that made it impossible for me to spend more than 15 minutes on my feet at a time. So I had to get creative and figure out short cuts to still get a good meal on the table every night.
While that seemed like such an awful time in my life (cause it wasn’t great) it’s what brought me here today.
I realized that what I’ve learned could be used by busy moms who are overwhelmed and feeling under qualified to cook for their families. So I set up this page with the goal to help lighten that load by teaching you quick and easy, step by step recipes. I’m not perfect and I certainly don’t have all the answers, but I’m happy to share what I know to make your life easier.
Now it’s your turn. What’s your story? Why are you here and how can I help?
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Our learning looks like passing a basketball while practicing math facts. It looks like building towers while speaking Spanish. It looks like putting the school books down and picking up a favorite read aloud because it’s what’s needed. It looks like learning to fold your own clothes being diligent in our jobs. It looks like learning what makes cultures beautiful & we are blessed by this
17 hours ago
⭐️ Exciting News ⭐️
The RWR Book Club has been working on a very special project to bring you a list of our favorite kids books published in 2019! The list will be released in early December along with some awesome giveaways. As part of this process, we have all been busy reviewing piles of wonderful books to pick our favorites. With such a diverse group of judges, from bloggers to former teachers, we realized that everyone looks for something different in a book. Here’s what Ishaan and I typically look for (sometimes intentionally and sometimes subconsciously). We’d love to hear your thoughts on what makes a kids book a winner for YOU! I will share blank template in my stories.
Our current favorite book is “Little Juniper Makes It Big.” Juniper is tired of being small and living in an adult-size house. She can’t reach anything without help. Then, she meets Clove, a tiny squirrel with a larger-than-life personality. Juniper realizes that maybe being small is not so bad after all. This book is perfect for your toddler who wants to do everything on their own but gets frustrated when things are difficult or out of reach. Amazon link in bio.
Also, over the next couple of weeks, our book club will be posting reviews of the contenders for the Best of 2019 list. We strongly encourage audience participation so be sure to follow and engage on our posts: #findmestories_bestof2019.
2 days ago
I had a low point last night! First time I felt that low since I started lifting 19 months ago! I've been feeling a lack of motivation these last couple weeks and now it's catching up to me. I haven't been going as hard in my workouts and even feeling like I might have lost a little progress. I've gained 20lbs of muscle and gone up 2 pant sizes and a little extra fluff has come along with that (on my lower half, thighs and booty) which has created some insecurity. I am not use to being this heavy so that also takes some getting use to mentally as well. It probably doesn't help that I've been eating a little to many sweets with it being Halloween and then my daughters birthday recently 😒😂.
So I gave myself 1 night to pout about it and today I have a choice to make...
1. Lay down in defeat and quit.
2. Continue to have negative thoughts and give half effort.
3. Use all of these feelings as fuel to motivate me again and to start working on these areas of opportunity!
Well yeah duh... I'm definitely going for the 3rd choice! 😜😂
I'm a work in progress. I have to remember that! I will not reach my goals over night. As long as I keep moving forward everyday, every week, every month, then I'm getting closer. Which means I'm improving and making more and more progress from where I started! Posting these before and after pics help remind me of that. To keep going and that the little changes or even setbacks are just a part of the journey and the big picture!
I once saw a meme that said something like: "Sorry my house isn't clean. I homeschooled today." #word
And before you go rolling your eyes at me for talking about a mess without showing one, I encourage you to zoom in on my grimy/dusty oven knobs/cabinets. They are just a small sample of all of the surfaces in my house that are not getting wiped down while I grade math and teach phonics.
Repeat after me: "I am not defined by the things I didn't get to today." This is by no means an abdication of responsibility but instead an acknowledgement that, just as it says in Ecclesiastes, there is a time for everything: "A time for dusting and a time for sitting on your rear and explaining the concept of square roots for the 18th time." I think that's how it goes?
Now, excuse me while I go spray Thieves all over those cabinets.
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10 hours ago
No need for a caption when those smiles say it all. ❤️❤️❤️🌈🍄From left to right .. Sunny and her chicken “Grumpy”, Goldie and her chicken “Scrunchy”, Forrest and Cedar were holding their bunny Brownie, but she is under the blanket somewhere 😂, and Juniper is holding Pierre the Angora. 🐇🐓🐓🐇👩🏻🌾👩🏼🌾🧑🏼🌾🧑🏼🌾👩🏻🌾
2 days ago
For us this means, living life together. Sometimes we do some educational activities, sometimes, we just are. And we learn a lot by just being. We learn to get along, we learn to find things to do when we are bored, we learn to help one another, to forgive, to respect different opinions, etc.
If you enjoy these homeschooling quotes, you will enjoy the account @homeeducationcollective.
3 days ago
That night in 6th grade that you and your mom stayed up until 10pm crying over your science homework, do you remember all the information? That time you brought home your progress report in 4th grade and it said you were struggling with math- do you remember what was being taught those weeks? Can you recall the information now quickly and easily? Or how about when, in 10th grade, you brought home a test that you made a 71 on and your parents had to sign it? You had to stay home that Friday night instead of going to the bowling alley with your church youth group because of those numbers written in red on a sheet of paper. . . What was the test about? When you received that bad grade that you crammed information for, did you hear from your teacher and/or parents, “Ok, I see you don’t really know what we’ve been learning. Let’s figure out what you don’t understand and continue learning about it until you know it so well you can teach someone else how to do it”? Or was it one of those, “Oh, I see you don’t know this information. Here’s a bad grade to prove you didn’t. Sorry, we’re not going to go over this again. You don’t know it. Now on to the next thing.” • I can recall each of these moments happening to me at one point or another in my childhood years of education— and it makes me angry now that I know what I do. This whole system we have makes me angry. The way we view our children, their worth, their potential to learn and acquire knowledge, and what they’re actually given instead makes me angry. A righteous anger. But with 23 students in a class and one teacher, a timeline of you-have-to-get-through-this-information-by-this-date-and-then-start-on-this-by-this-date, the government telling you exactly what you “have” to learn in order to be considered “educated”. . . What do we expect? It’s no wonder. No surprise. No longer is there a passion for learning, time to linger in things we don’t understand, or a fire to become wise and learned because God so blessed us with the ability. It’s: Cram the information; not with the purpose of growing as a person and becoming virtuous and wise, but to pass this test even just enough because of parents’ (cont. in comments)
2 days ago
These little ones remind me daily of the most important things! I can be having a off day, or just feeling bad and they will say “mommy your the best”, or “mommy your so special”, or “mommy you sure look pretty” even when I haven’t brushed my teeth yet, and mommy “I Love You”!! These sweet comments stop me in my tracks!!! These little loves sure know how to pull on my heart strings!!!❤️😭 #siblings#ourdarlingchaos#thesearethedays
3 days ago
I wanted to share a little bit about our journey on how our children learn to read. Well, today I will share about our oldest ( with her permission of coarse ❤️). As of right now, I share a lot about how Sunny devours books. She can read a stack of chapter books within days! But guess what? Sunny was a late reader. We never pushed her to read when I could tell she was having a really hard time with it. People would judge me left and right, and question my ability to homeschool. One day Sunny asked if she could write a letter to a friend. I sat and helped her write a letter. She became so obsessed with writing, she basically learned to read in the process of Jeff and I helping her write. Once she learned to read, she had skipped over all the level 1/level 2 books. She caught up SO fast, and ever since she has LOVED reading and writing! She is currently writing a screenplay with a couple friends. The same goes with everything our kids learn. I keep my eyes and ears open, and wait for the signs that they are ready. The focus in our home is cultivating a love of learning, and a drive to be self motivated! ❤️❤️ ( we’ve been printing little quilt squares on a bunch of mugs to give to folks who donate $25 or more to our Humble Co op! The $$ goes to supplies, and allowing us to continue to provide affordable/free classes for local families. ❤️)
1 day ago
@ainsl3y expressed it so beautifully in her Wild + Free book, “homeschool is an extension of parenting”. 🙌
I’ve been thinking a lot lately about the transition in my parenting journey since we started homeschooling...because it has changed dramatically.
Quite possibly the biggest change in all of this!
I think about things now in a way I never have before.
I think about my children in a way I never had before! 💕
In reality it boils down to my “why” doesn’t it?
I wanted RELATIONSHIP with my kids.
I hated getting the leftovers after sending them out to long days in school.
Equally I hated the same empty feeling of not connecting with them in a loving, and respectful way. 😢
It’s such an incredible and natural transition really. ✨It’s choosing the road less traveled.
Slooowing down to be present.
Showing up vulnerably and putting in serious, intentional work. ✨ 💕 "Mom I just want you to know, you handled that really well, and what I said probably really hurt your feelings" 👆
That from Charlotte a few nights ago. 😭
They notice...it takes time, so much time...but they notice, they see you!
They are taking notes,
processing it all!
They are learning from our growth,
Learning the lessons they truly need! 💯
Parenting can be enjoyable, fulfilling even!
There isn’t an easy path though.... it all starts with us, usually from the inside out.
It’s not the convenient choice or even the popular one, but convenience and popularity have rarely gotten me what I want.
Here’s the honest truth....it finally feels right. Not easy, but right. Like what I’ve always known, but I was convinced otherwise. This is what reclaiming our motherhood looks like! 🙌
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