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Sunday, December 30, 2018

Choosing Your Word for the New Year

I have noticed that many of my friends have stopped making New Year's resolutions.  Resolutions have been replaced instead by choosing a word for the new year; a word that a person wants to be the theme of their life. I like this practice better than resolutions mostly because it's not setting yourself up for failure. 

These word choices are motivated by an endless variety of life experiences and goals. I can not speak into the motivation of your word choice.  Each of us must reflect on our own goals, successes, and even failures as we choose our word for this next year.  
 I started choosing a word for the new year back in 2013. While I can not speak into your word choice, I can share the lessons I have learned though living through this process myself.
The times I prayed about the word choice God used it to prepare me for circumstances that I could never have seen coming. We may choose our word for the year, but God will choose how that word plays out in our life. 
The year I chose "wisdom" as my word was the year that I had to make a lot of huge life changing decisions, decisions that I never expected to make in the January before when I had picked the word. 
The year I chose "security" was the year I had just wanted to be more confident in my skinny jeans, but instead God brought about the circumstance of a toxic family member trying to re-enter  my life in order to challenge me to deal with all of the lies that I believed about myself, lies that had led to my insecurities. This toxic person had a warped view of who I was, and I had partially believed their view of me; I had to confront the person before I could confront the lies that kept me chained to insecurity. 
The year I chose "safe" ended up being a year full of battles; spiritual, emotional, and physical battles that God kept me safe in through his constant presence and protection. I had never felt more unsafe and scared than that year, yet I learned a new definition of what it meant it to be protected by God. 
The word you choose will not necessarily shape the circumstances of the next year, but it will shape your perspective inside of those circumstances.

Don't feel like you need your perfect word January 1st. I recommend praying and just waiting for inspiration. The past few years I have not had my word until Mid January.

I wish you a Happy New Year, and may God prepare you for 2019 with a word that gives a small glimpse into His plans for your heart. 

Friday, December 14, 2018

Recovering Fixer, The story of My Site's Name

Hello my name is Robyn, and I am a Recovering Fixer.  I am also a recovering people-pleaser and Enabler. I say Recovering because I know that I could easily slip back into those patterns when I don't keep up my guard.

While this site is mostly about homeschooling, the title "LEADING THEM TO THE ROCK"  was chosen to remind me  that I AM NOT THE ROCK.  I can't save anyone, I am not the highest rock. Homeschooling can't save my kids. I can't save my broken-hearted family members, or my unsaved loved ones.  I can not be enough to fix  the deepest wounds in their lives.

What I can do is be there to weep with them as they weep.  I can rejoice with them as they rejoice. I can loudly proclaim the God in whom I found healing.  I can share with them healing resources and confront with love when needed.

I can not save them or place their feet upon The Rock. I can not take responsibility for the reactions.  I can not make them change their behavior. I can not (and should not) protect people from consequences of their unhealthy patterns.  I can not be THE ROCK of salvation.

People can be rocks, but not THE ROCK
People can be a rock in your life. I wholeheartedly believe God's healing in my life has come through the arms and words of HIS PEOPLE.  They love me, they accept me, they sanctify me.  Please do not read this as an endorsement for Isolation from God's People.

But People can not be THE ROCK, the HIGHEST ROCK. Too many times in my life I have asked too much of people, or have allowed others to ask too much of me.  

I've tried to make humans my highest rock. Many times I expected people to heal my heart in ways that were unfair and unrealistic. I have placed family members and friends on pedestals of an idol, just to have them knocked off as they inevitably behave as a human with faults and flaws. 

I have subconsciously tried to be the Highest Rock to others in my life. Growing up with a mentally ill mother and toxic family dynamics created unhealthy coping mechanisms in me.  I was "the Fixer" in my family. 

Seeking healing though boundaries has taught me what I can do in others lives, and ultimately what I can't do. 

Be careful that you don't make others your Savior, or worse, try to be a Savior to others. 


Hear my cry, O Lord, listen to my prayer; 
from the end of the earth
 I call to you  when my heart is faint.
Lead me to the rock  that is higher than I,  
for you have been my refuge,  
a strong tower against the enemy.
Psalms 61: 1-3

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Friday, October 26, 2018

Crockpot Chicken Tacos Freezer Meal

  • 2 boneless skinless chicken breast, fat trimmed and cut in half
  • 1 tablespoon chili powder 
  • 2 teaspoons cumin
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon onion powder
  • 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder
  • 3/4 to 1 cup chicken broth

1. Label bag with name and instructions 
2. Add chicken, spices, and broth to bag. Get as much air out as possible, seal bag.

To Prepare:
1. Thaw in fridge overnight, in a bowl prevent leakage.
2.  Crockpot on low 6 to 8 hours. Make sure chicken is completely covered in broth. Add more broth if you need to. It will seem like a lot of liquid, but it's the key to the moist taco meat. 
3. Chicken is ready when you can shred with a fork. Chicken will absorb the remaining liquid once shredded.
4. Serve in burritos, over rice, on salad, or in quesadillas.

Lessons I've Learned from Having Food Allergies

This is not a post that I was really excited about sharing, but it just kept writing itself. I would write lessons here and there, but have delayed publishing for months. It's not fun being a poster girl for any type of medical issue, and I really don't want to be spokesperson for food allergies, but this journey has chosen me.  Through this site, I do have the small platform to share what I have learned through this process, and feel like I must keep sharing the lessons God gives me.

Before I begin I want you to note the difference between a food sensitivity and a food allergy

A food sensitivity is frustrating and inconvenient when you eat that food because you have mild adverse reaction, such as a stomach ache or a headache that lasts maybe an hour or two. 

A food allergy is much more serious. My allergies are not an upset tummy from too much cheese or a sinus headache for a day; it is severe lasting pain that lasts for 3 to 5 weeks depending on the food that I eat. Some people with real food allergies get migraines that will last a week or more, or go into anaphylactic shock that could kill them. Some people with certain autoimmune diseases can not eat gluten without serious consequences that last for weeks or months. 

I have had food allergies for over a year,  a list of a dozen very common foods that I cannot eat,  including potatoes and yeast.  It's tough, and it's been a long process, but I've learned several lessons that I'd like to share with you. My only hope if you've been diagnosed with a food allergy, or someone you love has, that these lesson will help you also.

1.  Validate the Grief Process
This is the most important aspect that no one warned me about. Be prepared for a grieving process, and allow yourself to feel the emotions of grief, to move on in a healthy way. Having food allergies isn't just about not being able to eat a certain food, you lose a lot of experiences with other people. Be prepared for the emotional toll that that's going to take it the beginning as you work through the grieving process.

We actually suffered a terrible loss a few months after I began this food allergy journey.  People brought so much food, and I couldn't eat of it. I couldn't numb my emotions with food, and at times I felt jealous of my loved ones who could. Sidenote, I learned to bake last year in response to food allergies, just to give myself an alternative to eat, but even then, it was very hard.

Just as in any healing process, allow yourself to feel the loss that accompanies food allergies.  There are many things you loose. I lost not being able to eat at restaurants with my family.  I lost being able to accept the kindness of others who brought food. I lost the ability to eat food I didn't make. Denying this emotional toll will keep you from dealing with it in a healthy way.

2.  It will be awkward.
Again, I really do not want to be the food allergy poster girl. It can be very embarrassing.  It is not a club that I wanted to join. I don't want to be the person that everyone tiptoes around and apologizes for because they're eating foods I cannot eat.  

I've  had to walk in interesting line of not wanting to be the person who told every person they met about their food allergies, but also being honest about why I have to bring my own food everywhere, or why I can't go to a restaurant. 

 My sons are very empathetic and concerned for me, and for a while anywhere we went they would tell people about all the foods that I could not eat. I had to tell them that it's embarrassing for them to point out every food on the table that I can't eat. A person with food allergies does not need you to point out to them the food that they cannot eat, they already know. If you know someone with food allergies, let them be in charge of their food.  You think you're being helpful, but pointing out and asking about all the things that can not eat at a meal is quite embarrassing. 

I was also in a situation where everyone got free ice cream  for helping a mutual friend move. I tried to discreetly just say no thank you, and they asked multiple times and teased me saying that I was on a diet. I then had to divulge that I couldn't eat dairy. It was embarrassing for both of us. 

Hosts are going to feel bad when they make food that you can not eat. I'm part of a small group at our church where we have a potluck every single week, and I can't eat 99% of the food brought by other people. At first that was a really emotionally hard for me, but I can also tell that it was all so hard for all the people who wanted to love on me by sharing food together. Again, this is part of the grieving process.

3.  Some people will treat you as if you're on a diet.
Many react differently to me sharing I suffer from food allergies versus me sharing  I have other chronic medical issues.  This mentality seems to stem from the fad of those who very loudly, and sometimes obnoxiously, abstain from food sensitivities as if it was a critical food allergy.  Sadly this approach has unintentionally taught the public that there is some type of  choice in food allergies. 

I have had more than half a dozen people respond to my reluctant admission food allergies with "I would rather kill myself than not being eat __insert food here__".  In case you didn't know already, this is an inappropriate response.  If I told someone I lost my foot, no one would dream of saying to my face that they'd rather kill themselves than live without a foot. When I tell people I have hypothyroidism, no one says ,"Well is that real?  Because no one had hypothyroidism -insert their timeline- years ago."  Well, yes they did, they just felt awful and no one knew why.

4.  Never assume there will be food for you, always be prepared.
It will save you and others grief ,and embarrassment, if you just assume that there is no food for you, and your bring your own back up. Sometimes you'll be pleasantly surprised to learn there is something you can eat, but it's really hard on a host who's prepared food for you to see you go hungry in their presence because you did not come prepared. I'm thankful to have found several tasty alternatives that I can always have with me, so that even though I'm not eating what they are eating, I can still feel somewhat included.  

During my family' last trip to Chicago, I didn't eat out once.  My husband and children did eat Chicago dogs and I ate a protein bar I had in my bag. On another locatjon, my extended family and I all went out to a restaurant for a brunch, and I discreetly ate my almond yogurt and granola while they ate their breakfast platters.  

This is part of the grieving process though, give yourself grace when it's hard for awhile to not eat what your family or friends are eating.  My first birthday with allergies, I cried because I couldn't eat the cake someone had made for me (this is when I began to really learn to bake). It is tough at first, but having your own yummy option will make it a little easier. 

5.  Some people will be really great.
My allergies are not straightforward, I wish that it was something as simple as avoiding gluten or dairy, but I'm allergic to half a dozen foods that are in a lot of everyday common foods, sometimes hidden.  I just assumed that no matter where I go, there will not be food for me. I have to read EVERY label on any food I eat.

I have a few friends who have walked on this hard journey with me who have made it easier. They go to the restaurants they know that I can eat at.  They text me recipes they are making, and keep ALL the cans and boxes so that I can read the ingredients before I eat anything, because that's my life.  I NEVER expect anyone to do this, EVER, but it is a pleasant surprise when it happens. 

6. You are so much stronger than you think.
I have struggled with self control in regards to food my whole life. My emotional eating was a deep stronghold, and I even experienced disordered eating in High School. After I got through the initial grief stage of food allergies, I found I had self control I never thought possible. It wasn't easy, but it's been a year now, and I'm able to not only say no, but not feel empty when I have to say no.  I credit this with allowing myself to really work through the grief process.  If you had told me 2 years ago I could take my kids into Krispy Kreme and get them a donut, and be at peace not getting one for myself, I would never have believed you. But there is amazing growth and self-control that can come out of this process if you allow it.

7.  It will eventually be worth it
It will be worth it, you will eventually get to a point where you will not feel sad about not eating the food that everybody else is eating, because you just feel so much better.

You'll get to the point where that food is just not worth it. It's not worth the pain, it's not worth of discomfort, it's just not worth it. There's so many more important wonderful things in life other than food. 

Let me know about the the lessons you have learned during your food allergy journey.

Friday, October 19, 2018

Free Homeschooling Resources

All you need to homeschool is a library card...and maybe an Internet connection. Homeschooling can be as expensive as your want it to be, but also can be as cheap as you need it to be.  We are one income household, and free homeschool resources have saved us thousands of dollars each year.  They make the cost of our Internet connection well worth it.

There are so many amazing free resources online for the homeschoolers of today!


  • Passwords on EVERYTHING. Our computer, along with all Internet-capable devices, is password protected, and can only be used while me or my husband is in the house AND have given permission. Use a strong password your kids would never guess. 
  • Safe Search  Filters. Make sure all your search engines are changed to safe search filter, especially your phone.This is good protection for your own heart, as well as your children. You can find these by going into Google Settings. 
  • Use Parental Controls!!!  Pretty much all computers are enabled with some type of FREE parental control. We have the cheapest $50 Kindle Fires for our kids, which have WONDERFUL parent controls in Kindle Free Time. Side note: DO NOT buy the Kid's Kindle!!!  Buy a regular Kindle Fire and use the FREE parental controls in Kindle Free Time (no need to subscribe to anything even thought Kindle wants you too)


  • Khan Academy- Math, Science, Computer Programming, Arts & Humanities, Economics, and TEST PREP

  • MFW Facebook Groups-   I can not say enough about how helpful these groups are! There is a main group, then other offshoots for each specific year. Join and use the  FILES SECTIONS, and save hours of time in prep!!!!
  • Mamma Jenn-  This MFW Homeschooling mom of twins is a kindred spirit!  She has a ton of FREE printable  for every year in MFW.
  • Leading Them To The Rock- I share how I organize my day with workboxes, and several free curriculum lists, which can be found on my My Father's Tab of this site.

  • Typing skills, drills, and games.  This a GREAT site for any age or grade who wants to learn to type, or improve their skills.
  • Free Online Coding with Scratch- With a little research, we found Scratch is perfect and easy way to begin coding with elementary aged children.
  • Foreign Language- Duolingo- Great site for all ages and completely free! To use with multiple children, this one can be a bit tricky,only because you have different email for each user.  I went to my outlook account and just made aliases email addresses for each of my children, so the emails all go the same place.
  • CODE ACADEMY- This site is free, but will also require a separate email for each child. This is for older children, late junior high or senior high.

  • Hoffman Academy Free piano lessons.  even if you don't plan on your child becoming a great pianist, the music lessons in this are wonderful!  We did end up buying the least expensive keyboard we could find, and it has been well worth the investment!
  • BBC Music online resources- Great videos and online courses for a variety of musical skills, include a step by step guide in learning to sing.
  • Art for Kids on You Tube- This is great channel made by a family of artists. Please always use parental discretion when allowing your children on YOU TUBE.  Always always watch the video before showing your child!

  • PreK to 5th grade.  Note that my kids play all different grades and ages, because we use a mastery approach for Math, so some of the grade assignment don't always match up to their skills level.  Don't let this get in your way.  Have your kids start in the youngest grades to gain confidence, them move onto other grades as they master.  

  • Teachers Pay Teachers- Not ALL free, but a great resource nonetheless.  You can buy entire book studies and plethora of other of materials, all while supporting really great teachers. 


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Saturday, September 15, 2018

How I found freedom in someone else's grumbling

This is the story of how I found freedom in someone else's grumbling... about Beth Moore.

Who doesn't like Beth Moore? She is witty, funny, kind, and excited about God's Word. One of my most freeing moments as a writer/teacher was in a Beth Moore study. Let me be specific,  because I've had a lot of freeing  moments during Beth Moore Bible studies. My many moments include learning how shame had kept me prisoner for years , and how God really had forgiven me even when I could not feel it.  The freeing moment I was referencing earlier didn't actually come Beth, but through the several women who were grumbling during her study.

Before I share that experience let me tell you what Beth Moore's ministry has meant to my life. It's no coincidence that God led me as a young 24 year old new mother of twins to Morning Bible Study at a different church than I was attending with my husband. Let me be clear, I initially started going to this particular Bible Study SOLELY because it provided free childcare, because I was drowning at home with twin infants.

 I had recommitted my life to Christ as an older teen after years of riding the fence between wanting to be a Christian and wanting to control my own life, but I remember the moment in a Beth Moore Bible study when I finally understood what true forgiveness was. I vividly remember the moment when I first heard Beth ,another Christian woman, admit to being sexually abused as a child, and then making sinful choices because of that abuse. I had never had another Christian women openly share this, and as it was my testimony, it touched me in the deepest part of my heart.  I wasn't alone.

 I remember the moments when Beth made me laugh so hard I cried, then turned around crying over how the Holy Spirit led to a new beauty of scripture. I fell in love with Scripture in her studies in a way I didn't know was possible.

Fast Forward: My home church had finally decided to do a Beth Moore video study. I was so excited because it had been several years since I had been able to participate in a Beth Study. The first video played, and it was like coming home. She made me laugh, she made me cry, she made me see truth in Scriptures.

After the video we gathered back at our table,  and I shocked as the next full 10 minutes was just half of the women complaining about how much they didn't like Beth's speaking style.  It was literally the first thing out of a woman's mouth as we sat down, remarking "I am really struggling to learn anything from her."  At least 3 other women jumped in relieved and described how they were struggling with learning anything from Beth because she was so "loud". Not one person spoke about the content of what she said for a full 10 minutes, but I do remember they asked,  "Why did she have to yell all the time?" And why couldn't she just sit still and not have to roam around the stage? They claimed she was too distracting. They rationalized how it was hard for them to be "spiritually fed" from someone who they didn't enjoy watching.

 I was speechless, and if you know me, you'll know that's a pretty big deal. Beth Moore, a woman who was a long-distance spiritual Mentor in my life, was being torn down in front of me.  Ladies, it truly broke my heart. I sat in silence as my heart was screaming, feeling protective as if someone was trashing your best friend in front of you (and yes I think Beth and I would be friends in real life).

 I couldn't imagine somebody not seeing the truths that the Holy Spirit had revealed through that video. Before the first women had stared complaining, I was in the process of wiping tears away from the revelations God had brought me through the teaching.  Her loudness and movement was excitement for God's Word! My gratitude for The Word and the heartbreak at these women was overwhelming in equal measure.

To understand my reaction, you need to  know I am a loud person, and a talker.  As I sat there listening to these women complain about Beth's volume, my years of insecurity that I was too loud started to creep up and threaten to strangle me.  Every complaint they had about Beth could have been said of me. I had felt a call long ago to become a teacher of women,  but how could anybody like me if they didn't even like Beth Moore? How could anybody listen to what I have to say if I'm also this loud annoying personality that no one likes?

I was so shocked that it took me several minutes to regain my composure to finally ask the group, "Did you have any problem with anything she actually said?" Not one of them was able to come up with a single complaint about her content.

God's still small voice reminded me in that moment of the many times I had gotten closer to Him in a  Beth Moore study.  Their dislike did not cancel out those moments.  Their grumbling did not invalidate the tears of joy I had been crying only five minutes before during her teaching. Her loudness was a evidence of her joy in The Word of God, not a character flaw.

 In that moment God gave me a new freedom. I went home that day truly understanding for the first time that you truly cannot please everyone. There will ALWAYS be someone who doesn't like you, but everyone liking you does not equate to making an impact on God's Kingdom. It was true freedom.

I am not for everyone. Beth is also not for everyone, but she is for me. God designed this women who was excited to excite us loud girls.  He healed her in the same ways I needed healing, then gave her the ability and platform to share that healing.

Before that morning I had long felt a stubborn calling to work in women's ministry, but I just never felt secure enough to pursue that call. My deep rooted insecurity of people not liking me kept me from sharing truths I knew God had laid on my heart; truths a woman who had my similar testimony also needed to hear.

I went home after this particular Bible Study and finally published my first blog post about my faith journey. My writing has improved immensely since those first posts, and I am somewhat embarrassed over them, but they were a milestone for me. All my posts have a typing or grammar mistake because I think faster than I type, and I write too  many run-on sentences, but I needed to start writing, and sharing, how God had healed me.

Within a few weeks, I asked my pastor if I could start a women's fellowship team at my church.   Since then I have also been the speaker at our church women's retreat and recently I've spoken at a few local women's groups about how God has worked in my life.  I'm also currently writing a book about how Satan attacks Godly Female Relationships. I'm sharing my story.

So I guess I need to thank those women who grumbling about how loud Beth Moore was, because you gave me a gift. I hope to one day be like Beth Moore,  to share my testimony to bring other people closer to Jesus. And you bet when I share that, I'm definitely going to be loud.

Saturday, September 1, 2018

Free Online Coding with Scratch

Technology has been a weakness of mine, so it of course became an insecurity when homeschooling. We all are afraid about educational gaps, and coding was already on my radar, but I had no where to begin!!! Thankfully an odd set of circumstances recently led me to a visit to new library branch. While my boys were reading, I looked up and saw a whole shelf of  books about Coding for kids. Most of them were Coding in Scratch.  With a little research, we found Scratch is perfect and easy way to begin coding.

Visit and click "join scratch" to create an account with username and password. You'll need an email address too, but thankfully I could use the same email for both of my children's accounts.

It works on computers that have Windows, Mac, or Linux. I have a very old computer, still running Windows Vista, and using Scratch online worked for us.

Our desktop is in homeschool room, and is password protected from my kids, so safety is not a real concern for me with this app. If you are concerned with online safety, or have an Internet issue, you can also use it offline.

We checked out half a dozen, hoping something would work. The two major winners were ones that my kids BEGGED me to buy for our home library:

1. Coding Scratch in Workbook
This would be the first book you should use to get started, AND IS ONLY $6.00!. It is simple and short, but sets the child up to begin working in Scratch with easy to read step by step instructions. My boys are in eleven years old and in sixth grade, and it was great level for them.

2. Coding Projects in Scratch
After a few days of familiarizing themselves with scratch, my boys absolutely devoured this book. They were begging for coding time. They were so excited about these step by step instructions, I gave them much more time than usual on the computer for a few days.

 I hope this helps someone else get their children started on coding! Don't be scared.  Scratch is very simple into to coding for kids!

Monday, August 13, 2018

First Day Traditions, Scavenger Hunt Part 2

For the past four years, we have begun our school year with a simple scavenger/treasure hunt.  The prize at the end is always inexpensive and usually related to school. It only take maybe FIVE minutes at most, so there is no worry about derailing your schedule for the day.

The past few years I have made cute printable with rhyming clues that I printed from my computer, but due to technical difficulties this year we just did simple post-its and silly clues.  It is OK that the clues are easy because the object of the game is NOT problem-solving hard riddles.  The object is to start school with fun!

 We have each boy take turns reading and solving a clue.  Make sure you have enough clues for each of your children.

 CLUE #1 
Harry's Electronic Wand - Hand them this clue, or on front door as they begin hunt.  It led them to our Wii Remote for their Harry Potter game.

Variations-  This can be any remote or video game you have.  I would suggest "The TV's Boss" and put on your remote control.

 Foot Sweat Catcher-  leads them to a sock drawer

 Germs Killer-  Leads them to disinfecting wipes OR any soap dispenser in the house.  

 CLUE #4
 The Stinky Place-  Leads them to the bathroom of course....yes, I live with boys who enjoy bathroom humor.

Their Prizes this year included Erasable Colored Pencils, a clearance Lego Star Wars ship, and a few packs of gum. You can do anything you want, keep it simple and inexpensive!  This isn't Christmas day, just a fun way to begin your year with excitement.

We took our first day of school pictures after the hunt.  These always go better after they find their prizes, because they have real smiles.

Sunday, August 12, 2018

Draw and Write Through History- MFW Exploration to 1850

Books Used:
I have suggested days to do these that go alongside the History or Science* reading the Teacher's manual, but you use your own discretion on how you would like them to fit into your week. If you have a full day, don't feel like you have to add these on that specific day.

  • The Nina- Tu/W               page 6 (repeat from last year if you did Rome to Reformation)
  • Bison* (large mammals) W      page 21
§         Windmills-  Tu               page  24
§         Pilgrim-  W                     page  27
§         Squanto -   Th                page 31

§         Kangaroo* (Marsupials)-  M       page 15
§         Koalas* (Marsupials)- T             page 18

§         Robin* (birds)Th                       page  28

   §         Pirates (coast of Pennsylvania)- W      page 36
   §         Galapagos tortoise* (reptiles)-Th     page  39

Week 18 Pilgrims, Pirates, and Patriots 
   §         Paul Revere-W                               page 42
§         Revolutionary Soldier-  Th              page  47
§         Cannon-  Fr (or next week)            page  52
§         Washington praying (Valley Forge) W/Th   page  56

Week 22 Pilgrims, Pirates, and Patriots  (British settlement in Australia)
§         Australia copywork - Tu     page 22
   §         Great Barrier Reef - M        page 12
§         White House-M               page 10

§         Steamboat (Robert Fulton)- Tu  page 25

§         Napoleon-Th/Fri            page  6

§         Sacajawea- Th                  page 13
§         Grizzly Bear - Fri              page 17 

  • Alamo-W                           page 30 
Week 30 Napoleon to Lady Liberty (Gold Rush)
  • Stage Coach-M                    page 35
  • The Gold Miner-Tu           page 38
*I have indicated if it is goes with Science, just in a case like us, you are flipping the science studies and doing Botany first of the year.  If you are doing this too, you will just move those drawings to the corresponding week you study that animal. 

Cursive Practice