Tuesday, March 3, 2015

Toddler Ideas Tuesday: March 3, 2015




Welcome back to Toddler Idea Tuesdays! I hope you will join with me again in sharing the fun activities, crafts, and lessons that you are doing with your young children. 

We have just recently changed our daily routine and things are running so much smoother. I have been able to have a more meaningful time with the younger children while the older girls work on their workboxes before lunch. Previously, workboxes weren't being done until after lunch, and at that time Harold is supposed to be taking a nap. Now that our day starts earlier, I have time to get through our lesson and work on letters/sounds with Hannah and Harold.

We have primarily been using printables from abctwiggles.com, along with watching the animated book for each letter.  I reviewed ABC Twiggles as a part of my Back to School Celebration last fall and it sort of fell to the wayside as I tried to get the older children's lessons in. In addition to the printables, they have been making tactile letters. Here is what we did for F.








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Toddler Idea Tuesday Features


On my last Toddler Idea Tuesday post, there were no posts linked up. So, I am just going to highlight the same posts as last week, as it appears they didn't get much loving.

This week's randomly selected post is:





This week's 2nd randomly selected post is:





I would love to have you join in this week! What sort of activities do you do with your toddlers and preschoolers? Do you have some favorite activities you would like to share? I invite you to link up below. I will be pinning posts on my Toddler Ideas board and I would love to feature some of the activities each week from what is linked up. Please know I may share a picture from your post and link back to it, along with sharing how we used your idea in our toddler time. By linking up you are giving me permission to use a picture from your post. I will ALWAYS give credit and link back. Additionally, if you choose to try out any of the ideas with your toddler, please make sure you give credit where credit is due.

Linky will be open through Sunday night, to give me time to check out all the posts and get the Features organized. Please take the time to visit some of the other wonderful posts linked up.

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Working on Internal Motivation with Motivate Your Child {a Review}

I have had the awesome opportunity to be on the launch team for the newest book from the founders of the National Center for Biblical Parenting, Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller, RN, BSN. The title of this book is Motivate Your Child and it has the subtitle,  A Christian Parent's Guide to Raising Kids Who Do What They Need to Do Without Being Told. As soon as I learned about this new book, I was  hoping to have a chance to read it.  I mean, who wouldn't want to have a child that did what they were supposed to do without the parent having to nag at them, or yell and scream. More importantly, my husband and I desire to bring up our children in the ways of the Lord.


This book is separated into two parts:
  • Part 1- Moral Development in Children
  • Part 2- Spiritual Development in Children
"You will learn: • How to build a strong conscience to strengthen internal motivation • How faith changes kids in practical, down-to-earth ways • Ways to help self-focused kids think of others • A strategy to help kids who tend to blame, rationalize, or defend • Ways to use consequences for heart change • Specific heart-based strategies to develop responsibility and initiative

Here are the titles of the chapters, so you can see the wealth of wisdom the authors have shared:

Part 1:
  • Internal Versus External Motivation
  • Parenting Requires Strategy
  • What is the Conscience?
  • Helping Kids Choose to Do What's Right
  • When Kids Make Mistakes
  • Learning to Value Integrity
  • Compassion: Thinking Beyond Oneself
  • Kids Taking Initiative
  • What About Consequences? 
  • Putting the Conscience to Work Outside the Home
 Part 2: 
  • God's Plan
  • Family Time Once a Week
  • Relationship is Foundational
  • Scripture + Creativity = Impact
  • Practicing Faith Teaches That It's Real
  • Prepare for Resistance
  • Leading a Child to Christ
  • Children and the Holy Spirit
  • Connecting Children to the Bible
  • Going it Solo
  • Will You Take the Family Challenge?
The introduction invites us to "[imagine] the destination" so we can get the bigger picture and help make a commitment, which will help us, as parents, to keep strong through the challenges that come our way. As parents, we dream about what our children may want to be when they grow up, we desire that they are successful in life. However, these days, it seems parents don't think as much about the kind of person they want their children to be, and that is what we want to focus on with this book. 

So many philosophies out there these days for child rearing focus on changing the behavior of the child. However, it is so important to remember, we want to work on the heart of the child. That is internal motivation and working on the conscience.  It is not teaching a child that they need to do something out of fear of the consequences or for what they can gain.  That is what this book wants us to focus on. They call it Heart Parenting. 

As I was reading through this book, I realized I lack internal motivation myself. For example, when it comes to trying to lose weight, I have little motivation unless there is a reward. When I am a part of a challenge, where there is the possibility of winning a prize, I have a whole lot more motivation to keep going. I struggle with why I can't just know that getting fit is why I should be losing weight. But that is how lots of different philosophies work.  It seems that is the way I have been conditioned, but that isn't how I want to raise the children. I don't want to appeal to the children's selfishness. You know, the "if you do this...you will get that" type of thing.

Do you find yourself always having to remind a child about the task they should be completing next? More likely than not, your child is focused on themselves and their own activities. The authors call this Level One thinking. By working through the ideas in this book and working on developing your child's conscience, you can see your children start to think about more than the task at hand; they will learn to think about how their actions affect others and what is going on around them. They will learn responsibility. This is called Level Two thinking.

This book is full of practical insights and examples of real life parenting. One of the first things the book shares is a way to get children to develop internal promptings, as opposed to the parent being the conscience. The conscience is explained, along with its role in our lives and how the Holy Spirit is involved. The example used hit very close to home. In this example, a family is struggling to get ready for the day. I have to tell you, I wish this book had been out when I was raising my older children as a single mom and was trying to get us moving each day. 

One of the first things I wanted to do, was work on getting the children on a schedule to make our days run smoother and be less stressful. An example of this is found in the first chapter of the book. I have been using the children's Student Logbooks to help them focus on what needs to be done, so I don't have to always be the one telling them. The book suggests checkpoints to keep the children on task. Instead of just having the listing of what the children have to do, they now also have a few checkpoints throughout their day. If they finish their tasks before the designated time, they will have extra time to play. However, if they procrastinate or mess around, they will have to get straight to work, or in the afternoon, they will be losing time on the game system. Our final checkpoint is at night. If they are not ready on time, they will have to go to bed early and miss out on our bedtime show. It is all up to them staying on task. 

I love the phrase that is suggested in the book to keep children on task. Instead of constantly telling the child what to do or asking if they did something, they use the phrase, "Watch the clock." In this way children start to become more aware of their surroundings and on the fact that time is passing.

I wanted to take a quick look at the "Toolbox of Consequences" that is mentioned in the  middle of the book. One of my struggles has always been choosing the best consequence for the situation. It is mentioned in the book that too many parents only have a few consequences to choose from, which of course means that it may not be fitting the situation. Natural consequences, logical consequences, loss of privilege, and more parental control are discussed. One of the things that stuck in my mind involves taking away a privilege. Usually a parent will take something away from a child for a set amount of time. The reason this can backfire it that there is no motivation for the child to change their behavior because there is no way to earn back what they lost.

When we were shopping a few weeks ago, I decided to utilize one of the tools from this toolbox. Our daughter was not behaving in the store. I told her she would have to hold my hand and could walk by herself again when she could show me she could walk properly. I have to say,  I wasn't sure if I was going to get through to her. She kept trying to pull away and continued to twist my hand around for most of the store. But I refused to give in. It wasn't until she missed a chance to see the lobsters that she finally settled down after talking to daddy.  I am still not sure if I handled that the best way, but I was trying to implement "loss of privilege" and "more parental control."

There is just so much wonderful information packed into this book. I have tried explaining these points to my husband, but I feel like I need to read it again a little at a time so we can focus on one strategy at a time, to really get a good grasp on it. We have decided that we will read the book together, so we can discuss and see how best to implement the ideas. 

I love that Motivate Your Child is full of real life examples. However, there are times when strategies are suggested  and I wish there had been more of a step-by-step example to follow. As shown above, I still seem to struggle with knowing if something is truly an internal motivation, or if what I am trying to have the children do involved external motivation. This is one of the reasons I want to make sure my husband and I are reading it together, to help clear up any misunderstandings. 

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Monday, March 2, 2015

Tuesday's Giveaway Link Up- March 2, 2015

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Welcome to Tuesday's Giveaway Link Up with your hosts Karen @ Tots and Me, Emily @ Emily Reviews, and Shelly @ The Attic Girl.

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Sunday, March 1, 2015

Five on Friday (Oops I Mean Sunday): March 1, 2015

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1-   I started a new schedule for our school time and it seems to be allowing our days to run a lot more smoothly, making for a less stressful mommy. I have been using the children's Student Log Books to keep them on track. Before, we never had a set time for activities to be done. And, we still don't have a strict schedule of everything needing to be done at a certain time. However, there are a couple of check points during the day that the children have to have certain tasks done. If they get done early, they have time to play. If they aren't ready they will have less time to play on the game system, or have to go to bed earlier. This is one of the ideas I gleaned from the book Motivate Your Child by Dr. Scott Turansky and Joanne Miller, RN, BSN. 

2- On Monday the children worked on Rhyming Books as an extension from our Poppins Book Nook  lessons on Poetry. I would love to share pictures, but it seems I will have to add them later as I can't get pictures to load. However, you can see the girls' Rhyming Book on my Toddler Idea Tuesday post.

3- The younger children and I have been working through the alphabet 2 letters per week. Last week we worked on F and G. I have been using abctwiggles.com to print out worksheets. They also have a cute animated story for each letter that we watch the day I introduce the letter. They also made an F out of feathers, though I couldn't think of anything to make a G out of. Yes, Gold Glitter would work, but we don't have any. 

4- At co-op on Wednesday the preschool class made cute monster snowmen. Each snowman had enough snowballs for each letter in the child's name and for some reason they decided to give their snowmen lots of wiggly eyes, making them "monsters."

5- I finished 2 reviews last week, and I have a few coming up this week. We reviewed the documentary called IndoctriNation: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity in America, which I highly recommend. We have also been listening to the audio theater drama from Heirloom Audio called In Freedom's Cause. This is from the same company that gave us Under Drake's Flag, which we reviewed last year.  Coming up this week will be my reviews for Motivate Your Child, Koru Naturals, and Standard Deviants Accelerate. We have also been enjoying learning more about Jesus being the light of the world with Egglo Easter Eggs. That review will be coming up next week. Additionally, the older girls have been using Math Analogies from the Critical Thinking Company. That review is also slated to be posted this month. Yes, we've been busy, and we have more review items on the way. 

Friday, February 27, 2015

Awesome Adventure with In Freedom's Cause {A TOS Review}

Last year our family was introduced to the awesomeness of Audio Theater Dramas with Under Drake's Flag thanks to being a part of the Schoolhouse Review Crew. We are thrilled to be on the Crew again this year, and even more thrilled that one of our first reviews finds us reviewing the next CD in the Extraordinary Adventures of G.A. Henty series from Heirloom Audio Productions, entitled "In Freedom's Cause: The Real Story of Wallace and Bruce."


In Freedom's Cause Audio CD Review

We received In Freedom's Cause Single Package, which is a 2-CD set with over 2 hours of audio theater entertainment. In addition to the CD's, we were given the In Freedom's Cause Study Guide (digital download), In Freedom's Cause Soundtrack (MP3 download), and a Printable Copy of The Prayer of William Wallace (also a digital download).


Printed in the case is an additional copy of The Prayer of William Wallace, which is the 23rd Psalm from the Latin Vulgate Bible. 



As I mentioned, these audio dramas from Heirloom Audio are theatrical audio adventures, not just a mere audio book. To me, it is like listening to a movie, but getting to make your own pictures in your head. The sound effects and music are wonderful, and the cast is composed of a wonderful group of actors. The one that caught my eye is Billy Boyd, because we love The Lord of the Rings in our home. Joining him in this adventure are Joanne Froggatt, Skandar Keynes, Cathy Sara, James Cosmo and Brian Blessed resuming his role of Mr. George, along with quite a few more.

As the story opens we are reintroduced to Ned and Gerald, our old friends as they meet up again with Mr. George aka G.A. Henty. G.A. Henty is the real life author of these historical stories that Heirloom Audio has been bringing to life. Though it is wonderful to meet up with Ned, Gerald and Mr. George and we can reminisce as Mr. George shows them a model of the Golden Hinde, the stories of Under Drake's Flag and In Freedom's Cause are not connected to each other in any other way.

This is the true story of Scotland's fight for freedom from the tyranny of England in the late 13th, early 14th centuries. Both William Wallace and Robert the Bruce played a part in liberating Scotland.  William Wallace paved the way for King Robert the Bruce to finally be victorious after Wallace's death by the hands of King Edward I.

The story is told from the view of Ned Forbes, who we are first introduced to as his mother reads Psalm 23 from the Psalter to him. Dame Forbes finally decides it it time for him to know the truth about his father's murder and the details of how they were allowed live in their own castle after Sir John Kerr killed his father. This sends Ned on a quest to become trained in swordsmanship so he can exact revenge on Sir John Kerr. However, he becomes embroiled in the fight for the freedom of his county after learning from master Sandy Grahame that Scotland had lost its freedom thanks to the betrayal of the Scottish noblemen. Some time after banding together with his friends as the "Scottish Avengers," he is introduced to William Wallace and joins the cause of Scotland.

Through the years that he is with William Wallace, he is shown to be a faithful friend. Wallace explains the Celtic Knot to him, emphasizing the pledge to "Stay true to God, stay true to your brothers and stay true to Scotland!" He also shares the secret to his success, which isn't his famous Claymore but his Psalter, the Word of God. England's army always outnumbers Wallace's, but Wallace is able to lead his men to victories until they are betrayed in July of 1298 by Sir John Comyn.

 After this defeat, Wallace leaves Scotland, in the hopes that his absence can unite the nobles and the common people against the King of England.  Unfortunately, the nobles signed a treaty with the king of England which wasn't in the best interest of Scotland.  Wallace returns after several years away and again takes control. However, Scotland wasn't free until after his death, which is where Robert the Bruce comes in. You'll just have to listen to the CD for yourself to see how this story ends, because I don't like to give away endings.

The majority of the time we listened to In Freedom's Cause in the van, the same way we did with Under Drake's Flag. There were times we listened at home during rest time.


We don't spend a lot of time on reviewing the material as the children are young, and I prefer for these dramas to be fun for the children to listen to. However, we did spend some time in the Study Guide, just so I could see if they were retaining any information. There are Listening Well questions, Thinking Further discussions, and Defining Words.  I tend to use the Listening Well question, as the Thinking Further discussions are a bit deep for the children. I also really enjoyed looking up pictures of the defining words to share with the children. For instance, we looked up Claymore, Celtic knot, and Golden Hinde. As the children get older, I can see digging deeper and really using the study guides to get some great insights. 

Toward the end of the Study Guide, there is a page of information on the History of Scotland that leads up to the beginning of the story of In Freedom's Cause. Additionally, there are 3 little Bible Studies. These Bible studies look at the themes in the story. 

One of the first themes that comes up in the opening scene is that of Fearing No Evil. Ned couldn't understand how God could be a loving shepherd to his sheep if he would let them die such horrific deaths before their time. He didn't see how God's mercy was following him. His mother explained that God may not keep us from evil or from death, but he will be with us, even in the shadow of death. After William Wallace's death, Ned has a chance to share these same insights with his friend Gerald who couldn't understand how a loving God could allow a faithful servant to die such a horrendous death as Wallace did. 

The second Bible Study focuses on Vengeance and Forgiveness. This was something Ned and William Wallace needed to work through as both had wanted revenge for wrongs against their families. Wallace learned we need to trust God to make things right as He is the one who can exact vengeance. He wanted to make sure Ned was fighting for the right reasons.

The third Bible Study is about Freedom, which is a theme that is found throughout In Freedom's Cause.

My husband and I thoroughly enjoyed listening to In Freedom's Cause. It is a wonderful way to learn about history. This is a story I never remember learning about, so I was quite intrigued. My mother is from England, and my uncle lived in Scotland for a time with his wife and children. It was while they were living there that we visited when I was a child. We even have pictures of us visiting a castle, though I have no idea which one.  This has really ignited a spark in me for wanting to learn more about my English heritage.

Though the children enjoyed listening, I would really recommend this for children who are in upper elementary school and above. Obviously with the subject matter, there are going to be a lot of battles. As I said, they would listen when the story was playing and were paying attention, but they didn't seem to have as much anticipation for wanting to listen to it another time. When I asked Tabitha why this was, she said it was "harsher" (she was comparing it to Under Drake's Flag, which they do ask to listen to a lot). I also think they might have had a bit of trouble at times following the dialogue when someone was speaking with a heavier Scottish accent.  As they get older, and we find ourselves learning about this period in history, I am sure they will enjoy it more.

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Thursday, February 26, 2015

Throwback Thursday Blog-Style #36: February 26, 2015

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I know, I know, Throwback Thursday seems to be all about sharing pictures from the past, great memories that mean something to you, that you would like to share with others. At least that is how it appears to me. Throwback Thursday wasn't something I was participating in, and then I came up with an idea.

I thought it would be great fun and a help to my blog to share old content, but not just any old content. Each week I will share an old blog post from a previous year, any year, BUT it has to be from the current week (for example, something I've posted around February 26th, from any previous year)  I will go in, edit the post if needed, add a pinnable image if I don't already have one, and share it on Facebook. 

Would you like to join in? You do not need to edit your past post in any way, you don't need to create a pinnable image, though it couldn't hurt, in fact it will help your blog traffic to add quality pinnable images to your posts.

Just go into your archives, choose a favorite post from this current week from any previous year, and link it up below. 

I will be pinning posts to my appropriate Pinterest boards and will be randomly selecting a Featured Throwback Thursday post to share next week. Just a note, I will be sharing a picture from your post if you are selected as the featured post, but I will link back to your post. I will ALWAYS give credit and link back. By linking up you are giving me permission to use your picture in the post. 

Here is my Throwback Thursday post:

Originally posted February 28th, 2013
Kids and a Mom in the Kitchen #36: Strawberry Pretzel Salad



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Featured Throwback Thursday:

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IndoctriNation: Public Schools and the Decline of Christianity in America {A TOS Review}


I remember when I was growing up, I loved school. I couldn't wait to send my children to school, to be there to help them with their homework, to see them learn and grow. Fast forward many years. I did get to send my three older children to public school, and it was not the dream I was hoping for it to be. All three of my children struggled through school, and without going into any details, I just want to share that it was more of a nightmare than a dream. 

Schools are not what they used to be, and my husband and I knew we wanted, no needed, to keep our young ones out of these schools. We have many reasons for homeschooling our children, and every day when I see a new headline I realize we made the correct decision, which strengthens my resolve to keep going on a stressful day. Just recently, thanks to the Schoolhouse Review Crew, I was given a product that once again confirmed our path.  My husband and I have been viewing a powerful documentary DVD by Great Commission Films called IndoctriNation


This 102 minute program, begins with a glimpse of the nightmare that public education has become. Through clips of news stories, we are reminded of how schools in America are failing. We are then asked whether this is a place we, as Christians, should be sending our children. Colin Gunn, homeschool dad, filmmaker, and creator of IndoctriNation, took it upon himself to help settle this debate. He took his family on a little road trip across America, ironically in a big yellow school bus, to try to find out the truth. He asks, "What is it that parents can expect by putting them on the bus today?" The results should concern you.
The road trip begins with a reminder, that even in one of the top schools of the county, there is so much wrong with what the children are being exposed to. Should we really be sending our children to schools full of sexual sin, drugs, and violence? Do Christian children belong in a place where they are pressured to give up their Christian values and deny Christ? The problem is, people seem to feel that bad things can't happen in their schools. They feel their school is one of the "good" schools. They are confident that their children are being taught by Christians. Unfortunately, this just isn't reality.

We would like to believe there are Christian teachers who are shining their lights and being examples for our children in these schools. Yes, they are there; however, we discover it isn't really possible for them to be the lights they desire to be. Though teachers try to be examples, they are unable to boldly confess their Lord as Romans 1:16 tell us to do.   They have to teach subjects contrary to their beliefs, such as homosexuality and evolution. There isn't much they can do while the foundation is crumbling. In fact, this DVD shows that school employees have actually lost their jobs for proclaiming the name of Christ, for refusing to continue to live in a way that they feel they are denying their Lord.

There are Christian leaders who feel that we can't abandon the schools. They feel children should be there as salt and light as well. Franklin Graham would love to see one child in every classroom in America, trained as a witness for Christ. Unfortunately, even students are being censored and kicked out of class for quoting the Bible. As mentioned above, they are pressured to give up Christian values and become spiritually broken. So much for the thought that sending our children to public school to be salt and light is a good idea.  

The thing is, I had always assumed that public schools started out as a positive idea for this country and they have been corrupted over the years. I liked what Franklin Graham said about taking the public schools back. Little did I know that the entire history of public school in America is fraught with an anti-Christian philosophy. In fact, even Mr. Gunn is asking, "How could the school system get this bad? Didn't America start with clear Christian convictions and practices? What happened?" Throughout a majority of the documentary there is an animated timeline showing how government schools were influenced by socialism, Marxism, and more. Compulsory education can actually be seen as an attack on the Biblical family. 

This was the most eye-opening aspect of the DVD for me, and I wanted to share it in some more detail. The time-line is shown as being drawn on a blackboard with a little animated bus driving along the bottom. As the bus passes specific years, details are written on the board and occasionally an influential person in America's educational history will jump on board. 

Here is a sneak peek at what you will find on the timeline.
  • We begin the journey in the 1600's, a time when lessons in the curriculum were tied to the Bible in Puritan common schools. We also see that in early America homeschooling wasn't an alternative option, but a primary way of schooling. 
  • It wasn't until the 1820's that there was a public high school or a government run teacher's college. 
  • In 1825 we see the first person hop on the bus. Robert Owen, who brought his education philosophy over from Scotland, believed that all our problems stem from religion, so children needed to be taught without religion from an early age. 
  • Horace Mann jumps on in 1837, and we discover that the idea of compulsory education isn't even an American idea. 
  • In 1848, Karl Marx came along with his Communist Manifesto.
  • Of course, 1859 brought us Charles Darwin's Origin of Species. 
  • In 1889 G. Stanley Hall introduced age segregated, peer and grade based classrooms, which I was shocked to find out were based on evolutionary theory.
  • There was a lot of psychological experimentation going on at the end of the 19th century, which did end up playing a part in the way children are taught. 
  • The turn of the century brought progressive, socialist education with John Dewey playing a major role.
  • Around the same time 2 Christians were speaking out regarding public education being anti-Christian. 
  • 1925 brought the Scopes trial
  • The 1960's saw the start of court cases and laws against Christianity.
  • And yes, it has just gone downhill from there.
Throughout the documentary there are interviews with such influential people as John Taylor Gatto, R. C. Sproul Jr., Michael Metarko, R.C. Murray, and Ken Ham. 

In light of all that I learned on this DVD, I found the following quote intriguing:



IndocriNation should be a wake up call to the Christian world. Parents and church leaders alike need to watch this documentary to see why it doesn't make any sense that 90% of God's people send our children to these pagan institutions. In viewing this DVD, you will see that it is not fair to send our children into these schools in an attempt to be "salt and light," when school teachers themselves struggle to be that example. Because, without the ability to mention the name of Christ, how can they stand firm. 

I wholeheartedly recommend IndoctriNation for Christians who have their children in the public schools, for churches who want to lead their flocks in the right direction, and for homeschooling families who are doubting their choice to homeschool. Be aware, that this documentary is not recommended for young children as there are subjects being discussed that are not suitable for children. There is a warning at the beginning of the program.
 
IndoctriNation can be purchased for $19.95. Additionally, there is an eye-opening companion book with the same title available for $14.95. The book/DVD set can be purchased at $10 discount for $24.95. The DVD can also be purchased in bulk quantities for significant discounts. 
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