Links To Love

Movement For Childhood is having an intensive movement conference in Buffalo, NY in June.  You can find out more details about this here:  http://www.movementforchildhood.com/intensive.htm.  As a physical therapist, I am very interested in this conference!

With fall finally reaching the Deep South, pumpkins have been on my mind.  Here is are few recipes for pumpkin pie and pumpkin pudding:

Here is a healthy pumpkin pie recipe from one of my favorite websites, Passionate Homemaking:  http://www.passionatehomemaking.com/2008/12/healthy-pumpkin-pie.html

Here is another recipe for pumpkin pie on Cooking TF, another one of my favorite recipe sites: http://www.cookingtf.com/sugar-and-immunity-pumpkin-pie/

Here is one for pumpkin custard:  http://www.cookingtf.com/does-sugar-effect-immunity-easy-pumpkin-custard/

I am thinking of making this scrub for holiday gifts: http://www.cookingtf.com/twelve-days-of-christmas-citrus-salt-and-sugar-scrub/

For homeschoolers, here is a  really good post about why we sometimes experience challenges with homeschooling and what to do about it from Melisa over at A Little Garden Flower:  http://waldorfessentials.com/blog/2012/10/why-do-some-fail-from-the-archives/.  Melisa is currently running a planning bootcamp to help homeschoolers get organized and get going!

Here is a post about beginning a successful school year from Christopherus: http://christopherushomeschool.typepad.com/blog/2012/10/beginning-a-sucessful-homeschooling-year.html  and an oldie but goodie post regarding talking to young children:  http://christopherushomeschool.typepad.com/blog/2006/05/speaking_and_re.html

And here are gorgeous felted props for an updated nursery rhyme for fall, so lovely…This would be a fabulous addition to your fall homeschool if you have children under the age of 7:  http://thewonderofchildhood.com/2012/10/over-in-the-pumpkin-patch/

And don’t forget the Waldorf Wednesday links at Seasons of Joy! http://ourseasonsofjoy.com/general/waldorf-wednesday-8/  So much to look at there!

And I love Kara’s post about one of my favorite books, The Seven Year Old Wonder Book:  http://www.rockingranola.com/2012/10/a-granola-mama-moment-popcorn-and.html

Hope you enjoy the links, many blessings,

Carrie

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One thought on “Links To Love

  1. Thanks for some wonderful ideas to help with my mid-fall craft planning – I love the ideas at Seasons of Joy’s Waldorf Wednesday posts! Always so many good things to think about in your other links, too. Thanks for pulling them together!

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