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Jacbeaumont

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  1. Love my 8 qt for for fitting large portions of ribs! Sent from my U9200 using Tapatalk
  2. Love my 8 qt for for fitting large portions of ribs! Sent from my U9200 using Tapatalk
  3. How does she do with words that don't have a blend or digraph? Sam? Sun? Sent from my U9200 using Tapatalk
  4. Well. How about words that don't have a blend or digraph? Sam? Sun? Sent from my U9200 using Tapatalk
  5. I think passports are only stamped when a tourist visa is required, which isn't the case between Canada and U.S Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  6. Lol my first thought! I've been listening to too much Circe and Mason Jar.... :) Sent from my U9200 using Tapatalk
  7. Lol! I didn't even realize how old this thread was! I was reading and liking every post. Thank you so much for bumping! I'm on the biggest CiRCE kick right now. Can't wait to spend my time going through this thread... Sent from my U9200 using Tapatalk
  8. 6, 3 and 18 month old here. I read aloud during breakfast and lunch. One of mine does not stop talking. Ever. Even with a full mouth. So I take what I can get. :) I attempt two other short read alouds sessions if they end up at the table drawing/colouring, playing with playdough, or are just generally calm and quiet. Sent from my U9200 using Tapatalk
  9. Charlie and the chocolate factory, Matilda, and BFG for Roald Dahl books. Another vote for Narnia series. My DS6 also liked Mary Poppins, Trumpet of the Swan, Charlotte's web, My Father's Dragon. Sent from my U9200 using Tapatalk
  10. Yes, I read it a few years ago. Andrew Pudewa actually mentions it in his talks Teaching Boys and Other Kids Who's Rather Build Forts All Day. I found the case study he discusses on the remote aboriginal community in some northern region of Canada (or was it Alaska?) fascinating. The effects of commerce entering the area (women went to work at new grocery stores, taking away the men's main role as hunters) and the missionaries taking away the men's ritual houses (where culture was passed down where the elders taught the young men to be men) was interesting. I actually recommend this book to mother's of boys that I know! Sent from my U9200 using Tapatalk
  11. Words Their Way assumes they are learning to read and spell at the same time. Sent from my U9200 using Tapatalk
  12. Sovereign grace kids. Kids currently listening to I Want To Be Like Jesus. Sent from my U9200 using Tapatalk
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