From House to Home {Link Party}: The Little House’s Clove Apple

Today at “From House to Home” I’d like to share about the new literature unit study that we’ve started.  It’s on one of my favorite all-time book series:  The Little House on the Prairie by Laura Ingalls Wilder.  We’re almost finished with the first book Little House in the Big Woods.  My girls (ages 4, 8, and 9) are enthralled!  My 6-year-old son is also listening in.

They’ve started a fun lapbook, we’ve sung some of the songs, and we made one craft so far.  It’s the clove apple that Ma’s sister-in-law gave her for Christmas.
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It’s time for our Link Up Party: From House to Home!

Only 2 rules:

1. Link up family-friendly posts (exact post, not website) about making your house into a home: homemaking, parenting, homeschooling, marriage, loving God!

2. Link back to my site with the button below or a text link. Thanks! The code can be found at the top of the Link Party page. (If you don’t link back, your link might be deleted.)

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Comments

  1. Did your kids have a hard time with the cloves? My kids have had a hard to handling them, so I wondered if there was a trick.
    Thanks so much for coming by and linking up! I hope to see you again next week.
    KC
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    • Gena
      Twitter: ichoosejoynow
      says:

      She didn’t have too much trouble with it. (She’s 9.). It might make a difference with the cloves and the apples–how strong they are, how soft the apple is?
      –Gena

  2. Love the Little House Books
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