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Simply The Good Life

I'm Karissa, wife, mother of 3 school at home children, and author of Simply the Good Life where I share ideas I've learned and tips I've discovered to live the good life, simply. I write about family management, education, recipes, DIY projects, and more.

  1. My Spiced Honey Infusion Recipe

    Well, the bad news is that I had a horrible cold to start our new year. Bleh! The good news is that it lead me to create what has become my family's new favorite hot drink. Out of tea, and not feeling like coffee I rummaged through our pantry and came up with my spiced honey infusion recipe.

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  2. An Apology, a Resolve, and a Plea

    I know I've been away for a couple of months. Now that the holidays are over, it's time to get life back under control...and I need your help!

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  3. Sadie's Interactive Math Notebook

    We've completed our first full unit of math using an interactive math notebook. So far, my daughter and I are both enjoying math so much more than ever before! It does take me a little bit of time to decide what kind of printable/foldable I want to use for each lesson and get it prepared, but it is so worth it to me to see her actually enjoying math class.

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  4. Talk Like a Pirate Day It Be, Me Hearties!

    Shiver me timbers! Tomorrow is talk like a pirate day. It's a great day to act silly and have some fun. It's also a great day to sneak in a little history and science...along with the fun. I've found the motherload of pirate resources for your little lads and lasses.

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  5. Use Transparencies to Make Lessons More Clear

    There are some times when no matter how you present a lesson, your student just can't see the connection. One of the tools I use to make lessons more clear is transparency sheets. They are a great way to not only mix things up a bit, but they can make lessons and lesson planning less wasteful, too. Just be sure to use mirror images when printing. Here are a few of the ways I use transparency sheets.

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