I’m excited to introduce this free printable Bible study for kids: What Does the Bible Say About My Heart? This is a great way to get your kids in the Bible and present the gospel to them. Read on for a couple of our favorite Bible storybook resources as well!
This cranberry banana bread boasts a slightly denser texture than banana breads that are more cake-like. The sweetness from the bananas works so well with juicy, tart cranberries and crunchy pecans for a tasty breakfast or snack.
This is our favorite healthy waffles recipe. These multigrain waffles are light and flavorful—a more nutritious breakfast option than normal waffles without sacrificing taste. Dare I say, your kids will love them too.
I want to encourage you homeschooling parents: no matter what your reasons for homeschooling were in the first place or how you feel homeschooling has been going for your family this year, you are doing an important work.
Your kids will love giving away these punny playdough valentines to their friends! These valentines are simple to make using playdough of your choice, clear treat bags, and the free PDF printable in this post.
If you are looking for valentines for your kids to DIY this year, these valentine postcards are simple and perfect to slip in the mail for family and friends! These postcards have vintage appeal and leave room for your child to add their own creative touch as they decorate the backside of the postcards any way they wish.
Welcome to Aberle Home!
Leanna is a second-generation homeschooler, wife, and mom of three. Welcome to the blog, Aberle Home! Stick around for inspiration, recipes, crafts, and how-tos for the home and homeschool!
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