Gratituesday: It’s (almost) FINISHED!!! And I’m Giving One Away!

I am SO excited to tell you that the project I’ve been working on for hours and hours lately is ALMOST (but not quite) finished!!! The only pieces left are the final tedious editing and perfecting of details. In the meantime, I’ve decided that I’m dedicating this Gratituesday to tell you about it because seriously, you have NO idea how excited and thankful I am to be almost finished with this project and to almost be able to offer it to you!

Many of you suggested that perhaps I was working on a book…not an ebook…but a book, book. Oh, how honored I was to hear you say that you’d be so excited if indeed I was working on a book! Thank you so much.  That’s not what I’ve been working on, but someday…someday. It is a goal of mine…one I’ve shared with only a few people. But others in my life have encouraged it…and now you are encouraging it…so yes…someday. When God tells me that the time is right and when He opens all the right doors. Thank you so much for your encouragement. You truly humble me.

What I HAVE been working on though is a little tool for you to use with your kids. And by little tool, I really mean a 240+ page tool. Not at all little, actually. I began this project back in 2008. I had the idea to share with you in ebook form something that had worked very well for us when we had a bunch of little preschool aged fellas running around. It was something that we came up with to help us teach our kids the preschool basics…but more importantly…it was something we did as a family to serve other families and individuals around the community.

We focused on one alphabet letter each week and did all kinds of fun activities centered around that particular letter. But our main focus each week was thinking about people or families we knew whose name began with the letter we were studying. Toward the end of the week, we had a special surprise for several people. For instance, during Mm week, we delivered Mini Muffins to the Millers, to our friend Mark and to Mrs. Moses. We included a nice card explaining that they were a part of our Alphabet Blessings project and thanked them for letting us serve them. Usually we were all able to sit down and enjoy a nice visit together for a few minutes.

It was a HUGE joy to do this as a family and we have so many wonderful memories of our years doing this with our little guys. It was, of course, also a wonderful way to help them learn their letters and letter sounds!

And so, in 2008, I began putting some of these ideas into an ebook for you. Within the past two years, the little ebook grew into something much more. So much more in fact, I got completely overwhelmed with it and felt like it was too huge to ever finish. I would work on it for a while, then put it aside feeling like I would NEVER be able to get it done. It had evolved from a small ebook idea into a complete comprehensive curriculum package full of ideas, worksheets, Bible work, picture tutorials…..oh so much.

My husband is the reason this project is almost finished.  He saw it for what it was…saw how many hours I had put into it…saw how close it was to being completed. He encouraged me to finish, he said he would help. And now here it is, with over 35 recipes, more than 65 crafts, experiments and other projects, Bible lessons and memory verses! It’s full of pictures and instructions. It’s full of games and challenges.  And most importantly, it’s loaded with ideas to inspire you and your young ones to serve others together.

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By God’s grace and with the help and encouragement of my family…this downloadable curriculum kit is almost complete.  I am overwhelmed with gratitude.  That is why I am sharing this on Gratituesday.

While I’ve never mixed Gratituesday with a Giveaway before…I’m so excited that today I’m breaking my rules!! :)  If you are interested in winning a Learn Your Letters, Learn To Serve Curriculum Kit, leave a comment letting me know of your interest! In addition, you are welcome to leave additional comments if you tweet, facebook or blog about this kit and the giveaway. 

Thank you all so much for your encouragement as I have plugged away at this project. The giveaway will end and the Curriculum Kit will be offered for sale in just a few days…just as soon as the final tweaking is completed. Can I just way…WOOHOOOOOOO!!!! Thank you Lord!

Just so you know, this curriculum kit is not just for homeschoolers. Not even close! My intent was to make it usable for any and every family with young children…or for teachers, grandparents…anyone! There are SO many more details to share…but I’ll wait and share them once it is all complete and in my shop! I’ll even be offering a small sampling of the kit for free, just so you can have a taste of what it’s like.

In addition to leaving comments for chances to win this giveaway, please do let me know what you’re grateful for either by commenting or by blogging and linking up with us here!

THIS GIVEAWAY IS NOW CLOSED!! :)  YOU CAN PURCHASE THE CURRICULUM KIT HERE!

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  1. Erin H. says

    WOW! This would so be useful in this household. We are currently starting our letters and I am struggling. I want to homeschool but I’m struggling with teaching letters. This would be a God send.

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  2. Holly says

    Congrats! That is so exciting. I’ve read your site for awhile & as someone who is just a the very beginning of working on my own site it’s very inspirational to see others success. =-) What a wonderful group of people you sound like you’re surrounded with!

    I would love to win a copy of this! We are mixing the ideas of 1+1+1=3 “Raising Rockstars Preschool” http://www.1plus1plus1equals1.com/RaisingRockStarsPreschool.html with the “Letter of the Week” program at http://confessionsofahomeschooler.blogspot.com/ for our almost 4 year olds preschool this year. Your program sounds like a great compliment & exactly the sort of idea I was looking for to include the “service” part in our education. It can easily include our almost 6 year old too. Awesome!

    Best of luck!

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  3. Stacey Kemper says

    This is a FANTASTIC idea! I’m so excited! We’d love to win, but even more I’m just interested in learning more about the project.

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  4. Jennifer S says

    What an amazing resource! I would really, really *love* to win this! Blessings to you for continuing on with this project until it was completed!

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  5. Jodi says

    I am so excited for you and for this wonderful book! I’ve just started working more intentionally with my 3 year old on his letters & sounds, thinking I had a great idea but then he was bored with it after 3 days. I am so thankful for the many blessings you have been to me and my family.

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  6. Jennifer says

    Would love this. I am starting to work on letters with my little one, but often feel lost on the best way to teach her.

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  7. Naomi says

    What a great idea. You are so creative. Would love to use this with my daughter! I am planning on homeschooling and this would be an awesome resource for me. Thank you, Thank you!

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  8. Sandra says

    Oh, I have just been starting to do a letter a week with my 3 year old (we’ve only done one) … and I would LOVE this curriculum! I love your idea of blessing other people!

    I am grateful for my freedom!

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  9. says

    Wow!! I’ve been looking and wanting to get a curriculum for my littler ones and havn’t found one that I like that is affordable, biblical and comprehensive enough for my liking. This sounds soo perfect! I’m so glad you’re almost finished it and would LOVE to be considered to be in the running for the free copy! As a stay at home mom to 6 kids, I find your postings encouraging and uplifting and simply a blessing, thank you!

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  10. Christina S. says

    What perfect timing! I was JUST thinking today about whether I want to do the Letter of the Week program with my son or find something else. Now that he is finally showing an interest in learning and doing schoolwork like his big sister, I need to get prepared for our upcoming schoolyear. This sounds like it would be a great fit for us!!!! I love the idea of taking the letter of the week and turning it into a service opportunity!!!! What a blessing this will be! THank you so much for all that you do on this site and the wonderful things you share with us.

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  11. Cindy says

    I’m so excited about this ebook. I recently discovered your website and I’ve really enjoyed finding new recipes for things and learning from you. I would love to win this ebook. I have a 3 year old and an 11 month old, both girls. We are going to be home schooling and I’m searching for ideas and curriculum. Thanks.

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  12. Alicia Clemance says

    This sounds exactly what I have been looking for for my 5 and 3 year old! I would be very grateful to win this giveaway. I’m so thankful for my husband for working hard so that I can stay home with our kids and I’m grateful for my family as a whole. I’m very blessed!

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  13. Danielle says

    Wow, Laura. This sounds fabulous. Congratulations are working so hard and getting it (almost) done! Would love to win this for my 2.5 year old!

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  14. Leanne says

    This sounds wonderful! We are going to be doing preschool at home with our daughter this fall and this would be a huge blessing!

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  15. Joy says

    How exciting! Good for you, Laura! What a wonderful accomplishment that will serve so many! I would LOVE to have a copy – I’ll be starting my first year of homeschooling this fall with my 5 year old and almost 2 year old boys. I’m mostly excited but partly terrified – your book would be a HUGE help! (But I’ll definitely buy one if I’m not chosen for the free one, so if someone else needs it more, by all means pass it on!) Blessings on you and yours!

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  16. Stephanie says

    I am excited to start gathering ideas for my son who is still about 1 year away from preschool.

    I am grateful for my savior, Jesus.

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  17. carmen says

    I am so thankful that I have the wonderful privelege to homeschool my children. I was just thinking today that I needed to get some materials together for my preschooler this year. I think that this would be perfect! If I don’t win it, I’m sure I will probably buy it. Thank you for all your hard work!!

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  18. Stephanie says

    Awesome ideal! My daughter would love this. She is 4, she just loves to serve, and do things for other people. Thank you so much for the chance to win! I wish you the best in everything you do!

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  19. Maria says

    This sounds so wonderful, I have twin boys and a daughter that we plan on homeschooling and I would love to win this. Its so important to teach christian values and this sounds like it will help alot and be so much fun.

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  20. says

    Congratulations on all of your hard work!! This sounds like something our family would LOVE to have!! We have two small boys (age 4 and almost 2) and plan on growing too! I’d love to win! I already do preschool with my oldest and would love to add this to what we do!

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  21. says

    Laura, this sounds fabulous! And exactly the type of thing that I could use with my 4 boys (5 and under)! Congratulations on such an accomplishment!

    As for what I’m grateful for today…my husband. I’m thankful for him every day, but he’s been out of town for the last 24 hours and coming home tomorrow, and it makes me realize even more just HOW MUCH he does for us and what he means to all of us when he’s not around. We’re ready for him to be home. :)

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  22. Rebekah says

    Congrats! That is exciting! I so enjoy reading your site and have been praying about ways to instill a heart for serving others in my children. This sounds like a wonderful idea and I look forward to reading it!

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  23. says

    While my kids, ages 10, 7 and 6 have already learned to read, we are adopting a little 7 year old boy from China in September and will start homeschooling him from scratch. It sounds like your gentle curriculum could be a good place to start.

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  24. Mialee says

    I can’t wait, I can’t wait, I can’t wait!!! I was sitting in church this Sunday thinking of ways to explain God to my 2 year old. Is that ever possible?! And for weeks now I’ve been wanting to start some type of ‘letter of the week’ project with him. Oh yay! What a fantastic idea. Looking forward to it going on sale. :) THANK YOU!!!

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  25. says

    Yay for you, Laura! I would like to offer my meager proofreading skills, if you need more help. I’ve had a lot of fun working with Katie on her ebooks.

    Regardless, thanks for the chance at this! :>)

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  26. Heather says

    Wow – that sounds like a GREAT resource and what a blessing to serve and learn as a family. The Lord can truly work through us to help others and answer others’ prayers through our service. We would LOVE to have a copy.

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  27. Denise D. says

    This looks wonderful! I would love to try your ideas with my son (3). The service projects look fun.

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  28. Rhonda says

    What a wonderful idea Laura!! We used to do a letter of the week with fun activities also, but you have taken this to a wonderful new level of serving together as a family. You have such good ideas!! I love your family’s servant heart.

    (I still expect a book someday…but I can wait)

    For gratituesday I am grateful for trips to see family! We leave this week:)

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  29. says

    You know, I’ve been thinking about making up something like this, but just don’t have the time. I’m at the point in life when I have a preschooler (and toddler) and am in the middle of doing all these things. Thanks for making this great resource for others!

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  30. Mia says

    WOW!! This sounds like an AMAZING tool! I am grateful that I have tons of laundry to do this week. It means that the kiddos had fun on our vacation!

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  31. Leah Evanson says

    What a great idea, Laura! We have a five year old, four year old, and a 4 month old. We would definitely use this!! Thanks so much for offering a sample.

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  32. Christy says

    That looks like an amazing resource & lots of hard work that went into it!
    I’d love to be able to have a resource like that at my disposal to use with my little ones!

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  33. Jessica says

    oh, please count me in! I’m grateful for bloggers like you who provide resources & encouragement for us moms & wives. Thanks for all you do!

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  34. Kim says

    I have 2 little boys and my oldest is just getting to preschool age. I would love to be able to use this to teach him his letters and to serve. Great Idea!

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  35. Dawnette Thomas says

    I believe this would certainly not only benefit my family of five children, but our church family as well. Great job on listening to the Spirit and the nudges of your friends and family.

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  36. Erin says

    I would love to win this for my two girls. My babies are bi-lingual and my oldest is a little behind in alphbet and speaking. I am on the look out on ways to help her more as she is 4 and will need to be catching up soon. And great job by the way on your project.

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  37. Amanda says

    I have 3 girls ages 2 & 1 and we are just starting with letters for the 2 yr old, this would be a blessing to win!

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  38. shorty says

    I am so proud of you!!! What an amazing thing you have done:) Hard work pays off!lol Thank you for allowing us a sneak peak by this fun giveaway!
    Shorty

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  39. Gena says

    I would love to win this! My boys are 4, 2 and 9 months. I am so thankful for my boys and my husband!

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  40. says

    This looks like something I have been looking for. We have a 3 yr old and I am wanting to start working with him in a bigger way on his letters. More importantly though I have a burden for teaching him how to serve and witness. Thank you for all your efforts.

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  41. says

    Wow. SO excited about this! It is right up our alley. I would love the opportunity to win it, but even more so, I’m excited to see the finished project -whether I win it or buy it! Thanks for all your hard work. You are very encouraging to this just-starting-out homeschooling mom. Today, I’m grateful for your site, and a handful of others, who are generous to share their experiences and ideas and encouragement to help those of us who are not so far down the road.
    Blessings!

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  42. Crystal says

    I am very excited to hear about your adventure and would love to win a copy. What a great idea! And I am thankful that I ‘stumbled’ across this and a few other blogs that are run by strong christian women who bless me by sharing their wisdom and teaching me so many ways that I can grow as a wife and mother. Thanks so much for all your time and energy!

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  43. Cathy N says

    I would love to win this, it’s just what I’ve been looking for to use with my to young sons.

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  44. Kerri says

    I LOVE this idea! What a Godly way to learn an earthly skill…can’t wait to use it with my 4 year old twins!!!

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  45. Jessica says

    Laura, this sounds like a terrific resource. It’s something I’d love to use with my 3 little ones!

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  46. Amy says

    My little one is 9 months old tomorrow…I know I’ll blink my eyes and she’ll be all grown up! I would love this curriculum to enrich both her mind and her servant heart.

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  47. Tanja says

    That is such a great idea to help the kids learn their alphabet! Thanks for your hard work in compiling it and offering it… My daughter is at the age that she would really benefit from this and her big brother could help.
    Tanja

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  48. Laura Beth says

    I would be so excited to win (and my 2 preschoolers would appreciate it, too!)! Thank you for the chance!

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  49. Kim says

    This is amazing! Congratulations on completing such a HUGE project! We’re prayerfully considering homeschooling our 2 and 4 year old daughters, this would be such a great tool to “dip our toes in” to the home school world. Today I’m grateful for my husband, for supporting me in our healthy eating journey and my daughters for helping me grow as a christian woman. I’ve learned so much and work hard on a daily basis to be a better role model for them and an example of christianity.

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  50. Leslie says

    What a great book…I would love to use this with my three daughters. My oldest, three years old, is entering into the perfect age to begin. Thanks for the giveaway!

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  51. says

    What a great idea! I have been collecting ABC worksheets this summer to give my 3-year old something to do while I teach my son first grade next year. This would be wonderful! She is such a people-person, she would love doing for others, too! I would love to win it! But if I don’t, I sure hope I can afford to buy it! Sounds wonderful!

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  52. Kim says

    I have been looking for something like this for a long time! I have never found something that combined learning with serving others and I think it would be a great way to teach my son life lessons along with educational lessons! I sure hope I win.

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  53. Lesley says

    This is a great idea! My girls (4 and 5) love this type of thing and I love doing it with them. Doing things like this helps get them excited doing their schoolwork :).

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  54. Emily Woodall says

    Oh, Laura! I remember you mentioning that you were working on a preschool curriculum a long time ago. I’ve been keeping my eyes open in your shop for it. I’m so proud of all your hard work! And, thankful for your wisdom, humor & creative, godly, fun ideas…on your blog and in ebook form! Congratulations!

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  55. says

    This sounds like just what I need at our house. My husband and I have discussed homeschooling a lot, but we have decided to send our daughter to a private school this next year. I would still love to work on things with my 2 year at home, but had no idea what to use. This would be perfect. Thanks Laura!

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  56. Kim A says

    Thanks Laura! Would love, love, love to win this (and even if I don’t win – I’m still going to purchase it). I purchased everything I could from your store last year and have LOVED every single e-book that I got! Thanks for the time you put into your blog and e-books! Kim

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  57. Bethany says

    This is exactly what we were hoping to find for our son- thank you so much for doing this!!!!! I would love to win this!!

    Today I’m so, so grateful that God does not give up on me & that He gives me hope. He is so good!

    Have a wonderful day everyone!

    Bethany

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  58. Sarah Z says

    Wow, that’s quite and undertaking! I’m so looking forward to the finished product to use with my 4 year old and 2 year old twins! Thank you for all your hard work!

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  59. Kim A says

    Forgot to add to the above post that this particular book would be soooo helpful as we homeschool our 5 children (ages 12, 10, 7, 4, 1) and, of course, always looking for something “schoolish” to do with the little ones. Thanks, Kim

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  60. meredith says

    with a 4, 3 and 1 yr old, this would be perfect!!! we know our alphabet, but are always looking for activities to incorporate bible lessons!! PLEASE, please me!! :)

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  61. Melissa says

    I am so excited about this kit! Thanks for the time and effort you put into it! We are a homeschool family and are expecting number 5 in the winter. We have 2 school age and 2 preschool, it would be great to have something more constructive to do with the younger ones, my creativity is drained currently =)! Even if I don’t win I will be purchasing it, thanks again for all your hard work!

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  62. Amara says

    Oh.my.word. New homeschooler, so excited I could do cartwheels. “Hope I win” would be the understatement of the year. Thanks!

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  63. says

    Well, the chances of winning is looking pretty slim, but I would love, love, love to have this for my kiddos! I have a 4-year-old, a 2-year-old, and 1 on the way. We have a desire to “get out of ourselves” as a family, but it is so hard to do when we get caught up in the busyness of life! Thanks for putting your heart and soul into creating this!

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  64. says

    What a wonderful idea! My four year old would benefit greatly from this curriculum.

    I’m so impressed with how you’ve stuck with this project. Thanks so much!

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  65. Laura Hawk says

    That is such a neat idea I love the idea of learning while serving. This book sounds great.

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  66. Susan Allums says

    I am sooooooo excited! I would LOVE to win one but even if I do not I will be buying one for sure. What a blessing you & your blog have been to me.
    Thank-you!
    Susan Allums

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  67. says

    Oh my soul, Laura! What a wonderful blessing! I have been searching for something to use next year with my little ones. This will be perfect!! I hope to win, but if I don’t, I will certainly be purchasing!!

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  68. says

    i am so.stinkin.excited about this curriculum! i think it’s an answer to a prayer i hadn’t consciously prayed yet. i’m looking for a way to more intentionally educate our almost-three-year-old this coming year and this sounds perfect! plus, since we are new the our area, having made an interstate move at the end of march, it would be a great way to get to know our new friends and neighbors better. love it!

    and, in case it’s not obvious, i would love to be entered to win :)

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  69. Christy says

    I’m just getting started building the family (an 11-month-old boy and 5 months pregnant), but in a few years, I’m going to have a few preschoolers underfoot as well. What fun — and how exactly the point of homeschooling — to combine academic learning with a biblical worldview. Great ideas!!

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  70. says

    This looks awesome! I have 7 children 14 and under and am currently looking for curriculum to specifically use for the 3,5,7 yr olds. This looks exactly like what we need. I work on finding service projects for the older kids, but run out of energy and time when it comes to the younger ones. This looks perfect!

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  71. kate says

    I soo enjoy watching your blog grow!! Wayyy to go!! would LOVE to win this- LOVE it!! thank you:P

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  72. DorthyM says

    Wow, what an awesome undertaking, Laura! Kudos to Matt for encouraging you to finis it (and to him and the boys for doing their part so you could!) That would be awesome if I could win this. I’ll most likely buy it if I dont win. Congratulations on this. :)

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  73. Lou says

    Wow! My three year old would love this! This sounds more like a hands on approach. Thank you for fresh ideas!

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  74. says

    This looks wonderful. I have 5 and 3 yr old boys (and an 19 mo old and 1 on the way in a few weeks!)
    We did an alphabet style preschool last year too, just a verse, Bible character and then color pages of things that start with the letter.
    I would love to give some of your ideas a whirl this year! We are doing “preschool” again this year with both boys, and I hadn’t really completely decided what we were going to do.

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  75. says

    I’m so happy for you! This book sounds like a wonderful resource to have. I love that you tied in learning letters with learning to serve others. I would love to have this to work through w/ my youngest.

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  76. says

    Laura,
    Congrats on finishing your project. We are all proud of you and can’t wait to see it for ourselves. You always have such creative and nurturing ideas….would love to get a copy myself!!!
    Thanks again for your blog…I love your weekly menus.
    ~Jolene

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  77. Reba says

    We would love this! We have four boys all little enough to use this! Thanks for the giveaway and Congratulations on finishing it! The Lord is faithful!

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  78. Twila says

    I know this will be a blessing to so many! What a wonderful tool to help train up our little ones in the way they should go….following the example of Jesus!

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  79. Jami says

    Oh my goodness! I am so excited about this book! Of course I would love to win it but if I don’t I am going to buy it!!! We start our first year of homeschooling this school year! I am really excited about it and also very thankful to have the opportunity to do it! Our son will be in Kindergarten but our daughter is pre-school age. So we could really use this!!! Thank you Laura for all you do and share with us! Hopefully you haven’t scratched your eyes out anymore lately! :) God Bless you!!!

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  80. AMK says

    This sounds great–congratulations on finishing a hard project. I have three kids under the age of 4 and I’d love to get my hands on one of these copies!

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  81. Erin says

    I’ve got two little ones that would be into this and a 12 year old who would love to help. I am very grateful for bloggers like you who have helped me to become a more thoughtful mom and wife.

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  82. Mrs Team S says

    I am SO excited! Yippee!!! How fun. I have a preschooler and a pre-preschooler right now. :) Can’t wait to see this resource. Thank you for your HOURS of work! May the Lord bless your efforts!

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  83. Christina S. says

    I posted this to my facebook so my friends can benefit from your hard work and discover all the wonderful things you share with us on here. THANK YOU! Can’t wait to get this curriculum! Definitely an answer to my prayers!

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  84. Helen says

    I have three children under 4 and it’s mine and my husband’s desire that they learn to love serving other people. What a wonderful way to develop it in them at a young age. I would love to use this with my three.

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  85. Misty says

    Oh I would love this! It would be perfect for my almost 4 year old and my 2 year old tagging along!

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  86. Susan Forthman says

    I would love this to use with my three year old twins. I am so blessed to call them my children and this would be perfect to use as a teaching tool!

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  87. Jen G. says

    What a wonderful curriculum! This sounds like the perfect way to add some creativity into doing good (and having fun!)

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  88. Amanda says

    Congratulations, Laura!! I am looking for ways to train my toddler in the way he should go, and think your book sounds like an incredible resource to that end!

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  89. Melissa says

    Wow! Your curriculum sounds amazing! I have searched and searched to find a great (and easy) way of teaching my guys about the Lord, how to reach out to others and their alphabet. It sounds like your curriculum is just the one I’ve been searching for! Our boys are 4,3,2 and I. It’s hard to find something that will reach out to all of them.

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  90. Kimberlee says

    Interesting. I had no idea you were working on something like this. I have been creating something similar…we should talk. Sounds like yours would make a great Sunday school curriculum, too. I would love to have a copy!

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  91. Christy C. says

    This curriculum sounds wonderful!! Would love to use this with my 3 and 5 y.o. and include the older ones in the sharing!

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  92. Sharmista says

    This sounds amazing Laura!! With all my littles I would love to win this. Thanks for all the hard work you’ve put into it, can’t wait to see the finished product!

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  93. says

    that sounds amazing laura!!! what a wonderful idea and i admire you for putting it together. i currently have 2 preschoolers and would love something like this to use in the upcoming school year.

    ~patty r.

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  94. says

    I am always worrying about how I am going to teach my daughter as she gets older, and this book is such a great idea! I need ideas, because I am not very creative. What a cool concept!

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  95. LeAnn says

    What a wonderful idea for an ebook! I’ve gathered
    similar items from various sources but there was
    no continuity. This is all in one book! Thanks Laura!

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  96. Molly Snipes says

    I have a friend who does letter days but you have taken it to a whole new level. This whole program sounds amazing!

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  97. Sarah says

    Oh Laura this would be so exciting!!!! I have a kindergartener/1st grader (not really quite sure where he falls) and a preschooler. I’ve been wondering what to do with my preschooler while I’m doing other things with the older one and this would be perfect!! You have such a wonderful gift for creativity!

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  98. Paula L. says

    I would love to see this curriculm whether I win it or not. It sounds very well put together. I hope we get to see a sample of it!!!

    I am thankful for this lovely day that the LORD has made, quiet , rainy, cozy. Have a sick 2 year old in bed sleeping after a sleepless night. So am thankful she is resting now. Pray for her wellness. thank you!

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  99. says

    I would LOVE a copy of this curriculum – it sounds MARVELOUS!! (I’m also going to post to the Gratetuesday but wanted to post my comment of interest in this item. Thanks SO MUCH! for both!)

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  100. says

    This sounds so wonderful! I have been trying to decide what we are going to do this year with my 4 and almost 3 year old while the 15month old tots around. Thank you for taking the time to put this together! I can’t wait to see the sample!!!

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  101. AH says

    What a fantastic idea! I love the idea of helping the children learn to serve while they are learning. I would love to win this. It will definitely be a blessing to whoever wins. Thank you for all the time that you put into it. May God bless you greatly for all your hard work.

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  102. Michelle says

    I am always looking for things like this to do with my 2.5 year old little guy! Can’t wait to see it!

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  103. says

    How wonderful to be almost done!

    I’m grateful to read blogs that have such wonderful content and writers that inspire me to be a better parent. I’m also more than a little grateful that the yucky stomach bug that hit last night around 8:30pm seemed to be a one-time thing (especially since she was in the car seat at the time).

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  104. says

    I am a Homeschool Mama to 4. My youngest two boys are 8 months and ahe 2, but I plan to start some preschool learning for my 2 year old this fall. I would love to win this! :-) It sounds awesome. I am sure it was worth all those long hours!

    HappilyDomestic09@yahoo.com

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  105. Michelle says

    I have three-year-old twin girls and another on the way. I would love to have a curriculum that I could implement easily with my girls while pregnant and then caring for a newborn, and then use again with the baby when he or she is older. This sounds perfect. Thank you.

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  106. Tamara says

    What an awesome learning tool! My son just turned 4 and I feel like I am so far behind in teaching him, as I am a full-time student as well and Mom to three (one due October 5th). As a result time is scarce and has to be efficiently allocated. It would be wonderful to use a program that has already been well thought out. I am always looking for learning tools which encompass the values that I treasure. I am so grateful for my children.

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  107. Noah says

    I have 3 little ones, the oldest being 5, so this would be perfect.

    As far as gratitude, I’m extremely greatful for my children and my husband. They bring so much joy to my life!

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  108. says

    This sounds like a fabulous resource for a Christian home and also possibly for a Sunday School teacher of young ones…. will definitely be purchasing one as soon as they are available! Thanks!

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  109. Heidi K says

    Sounds like you’ve put a lot of work into this. I would love to have it for my little daughter.

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  110. Amy Davis says

    I can’t wait to use this cirriculum! What a helpful tool for moms, teachers, nanny’s, etc. Thank you for your hard work…I’ve been so blessed by your website and can’t wait to see how your cirriculum will bless our family and children I care for.

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  111. Tina says

    Hi! I would love a copy of your curriculum! I always feel so guilty when the older kids schoolwork seems to take precedence over the younger ones! (I have a 7yo,5yo,3yo,& 8 mo.)

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  112. Gretchen says

    Sounds incredible Laura, definitely something I would love to go through with my 3 year old daughter.

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  113. edith says

    sounds like this would be a great resource/tool for my son-in-law, who needs all the help he can get!, to use with his two preschoolers. and, while my daughter’s two children are already being homeschooled, i’m sure you’ll have many ideas she can incorporate in her curriculum for the older children.

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  114. Jennifer Y. says

    This looks great!! I would love to have this for my 3 1/2 year old. Thanks for a great giveaway!

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  115. Kristin says

    Wow! What an undertaking. I have two preschoolers and this tool would be amazing. Right now I am thankful my internet is back up so I could read this post. ;)

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  116. Renee says

    Congrats. I think this is a wonderful idea. I would love to win a copy. We are just starting to homeschool our 3yr old son. We would like to have something to help us. Thanks so much. Love your website.
    God bless

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  117. says

    This sounds really neat and wonderful! I would love a chance to win this type of curriculum! I have a son (10 months) and our second is due the end of October so I know we’ll need plenty to keep them busy as they get older :)

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  118. says

    I’m never one to pass up a give-away, and this one looks great! I would LOVE to share it with a couple of friends trying to figure out what to do with their little ones for next school year!

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  119. Deanna Miles says

    Hi Laura, I am not hoping to win this for me as my kids are 18 and 16 now, but I have a dear friend that has a 3yr old and a 18 mo. old and I think she would benefit from this she has shown interest in homeschooling her kids and I am trying to help her in that direction. I know that you will have alot of entries, but I do hope that I am the one for her sake.

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  120. says

    I am in tears as I read this because I have been thinking about how to include service in our family as well as schooling, but I am such and introvert, it doesn’t come easy to me. I love this idea and am so thankful for creative people like you to help my family and me along this journey!!! thank you!! I hope, I win, but if I don’t you better believe I will be one of the first orders.

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  121. Amy says

    What an awesome and purposeful idea! I’m in the process of transitioning into a leadership/coordinator role with our new MOPS ministry in our church. This year we are praying for the Lord to lead mom’s who don’t yet know his power and grace to our group. Alongside this ministry for mom’s of preschoolers is a MOPPETS program for their children. I’m sure your book could provide us lots of ways to teach those little ones as well as offer encouragement to mom’s as they begin to desire to have the Lord touch their children’s lives as well. I look forward to getting your book and using it with my own little ones and also possibly blessing other families with it as well. Thanks for letting the Lord lead you to this project and know it will have an impact for him on his most precious children.

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  122. Melissa says

    I LOVE this idea! This sounds like a wonderful way to learn your letters and reinforce them with loving kindness to others, fellowshipping and witnessing! You can’t get any better than this!

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  123. Deanna says

    This sounds like a wonderful e-book. I have 2 young ones who could really use this, and a couple of older ones who would benefit from the practice of serving.

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  124. Jaime Layton says

    Just this last weekend we had friends visiting and we talked about how to teach our children to serve each other as well as others outside the home! Hope I win! Thanks so much!

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  125. Darcy says

    I want this kit! It sounds so great and I am going to tell lots of people about this. What a great idea!

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  126. Rochelle says

    I would love to have a set. I have a 4 year old and 3 year old, plus I’m the children’s church director. I think it would be wonderful for them!

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  127. says

    This sounds great! I had an epiphany in the last couple days — I’m not the SAHM of a 14-month-old waiting to be a homeschooling mom — I AM a homeschooling mom! I teach my daughter all sorts of things every day, and it’s time I got more intentional about it. What a wonderful idea to combine learning and serving! Can’t get much more intentional than that! :-)

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  128. RG says

    Oh wow! I would really like to have a copy of this. Looks like it would be a great ministry tool as well.

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  129. Rochelle says

    Facebooked it. (also, on a side note, every time I leave a comment I get an email in return that says, “thanks for contacting Heavenly Homemaker)

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  130. Sarah says

    This would be SO great to have! Thanks for spending countless hours on this so others can be a blessing to their families and others. Thanks you!

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  131. RG says

    I am so thankful for family. When things in life get hard, it is wonderful to know that there are people who know you best in your good and bad days, and yet still love you.

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  132. Kim says

    Wow!! This sounds wonderful!! I would love to use this with my family. I will be homeschooling for the first time this year!! Much prayer needed!!!

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  133. says

    oh this looks like a wonderful idea to use with my 3yo and 4yo! I havemade curriculum type things for my older kids and I KNOW how long that takes. kudos for all your hard work!

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  134. Christine P says

    Oh Laura this is exactly what I have been looking for. I want to start this fall with my 3 year old but didn’t know where to begin. I have looked at other programs but thought they where not right. I am so excited. Thank you for sharing the wisdom that God gave you. Bless you.

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  135. says

    I am soooo excited! I hope I win this one. I have three littles and while my biggest little decided she wanted the opportunity to go to school (we are testing the waters) this year. I have an awesome 3 year old dude who would love to have some fun!

    Thanks for the chance and CONGRATS on the hard and Great job you have done!

    Momma to 3
    *Shay B*

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  136. Chesiree says

    I am so excited to read about the new ebook! As homeschooling mom of 3…any new resource is a wonderful thing. I have a particularly “active”2 yo that is so different from his brother and sister and anything that gives me additional ideas as to how to train up and teach him is so welcome. It is for this that I am truly grateful today. Grateful that the Lord always seems to lead me some how to a really great resource. And I am doubly grateful for someone like you Laura who puts the time and effort into providing me such great resources…a really big Thank You and God Bless you…

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  137. Erin says

    Wow! What a big undertaking! I am definitely interested in purchasing for my 3 and 1 year old! :)

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  138. Barbara says

    I am definitely interested in winning a copy of your latest project! My children are elementary age, but I have been searching for ‘service’ opportunities for them. Besides, they are still young enough that they enjoy some of the things you mentioned.

    Today I am grateful for organic raspberries that my husband brought home – I am making jam!

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  139. Steph says

    What a wonderful project!! My little ones will love this in a year or so. Thanks for all the hard work and love you put into this :)

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  140. says

    I’ve been looking for something just like this for my 3 year old! Now I just need to remember where to come buy it when you have it finished

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  141. Tami says

    I am so excited for you, Laura. I can’t wait to get it for my grandchildren. You are truly a blessing.

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  142. Jessica says

    Well you just about made me cry (preggo, so not that hard) with this post! I have been thinking about trying to put something together for my little ones along these lines. Now I don’t have to! I never win things so I’m glad you’ll be offering if for sale as well. I’m sure it will be worth the investment. My 3 year old is really getting interested in her letters and I’d thought about starting to focus on a letter each week and link it with people we know. I love the idea of adding service to it. Looking forward to the kit!!

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  143. says

    I LOVE the idea of incorporating a giving spirit with our preschool curriculum! Your book would be a blessed addition to our preschool this year!!

    Congratulations on “almost” finishing it!!!!

    Blessings

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  144. Becky says

    I am extremely excited about this e-book! I have a 5yo, 3yo, and 2yo twins, and we are going to start our first year of homeschooling this fall. First and foremost I want to teach my children about Jesus, how He put others before himself, and how He expects us to do the same. This sounds like just the tool I’be been looking for! Thanks for your hard work, and thanks to your husband for encouraging you to finish this, so it can be a blessing to others!

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  145. Julie says

    How fabulously wonderful does this sound? I’d love to have it in my hands. Congrats to you for reaching the finish line of this project…..now go get busy on a cookbook! :)

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  146. says

    Wow! What exciting news! The book sounds fantastic, and like something I would be thrilled to use with my 4, 3 and 1 week old. Service. Learning. perfect. congratulations and thank you for sharing…

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  147. Sallie says

    I’m so very thankful for my family – close and extended. I’ve been blessed with a fun and loving family. This looks like a wonderful book.

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  148. Rosalind Watkins says

    Wow! What a great idea (or ideas). I would love to use this with my children. May God bless you for all your labor of love for the rest of us moms!

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  149. Joy says

    Laura, I am so happy for you! Many, many congratulations! What an accomplishment to have achieved wuch a large project! Bravo! This gratituesday I am thankful for you and for the inspiration you are as a chef, a mother, and a Christian. Thanks for your blog, for your inspiration and wisdom!

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  150. says

    Wow, Laura! You are amazing. I was just telling my mom about you last night and how God has blessed you with so many talents. Thank you for being real and giving. I would love to win this book!

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  151. cynthia says

    This sounds wonderful. I was planning on starting preschool with my 3 1/2 year old this fall, this would be great to have. By the way, I truly enjoy and have been blessed by your site so many times. Thanks for doing all that you do!

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  152. Jessica K says

    VERY interested in your new book. Laura. I’m looking into different early learning curricula to get a head start on making what can be an overwhelming decision (my son is 2 and we are expecting another in October!). Thanks for all your time and effort!

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  153. Jori says

    Wow! What a lot of work! I would love to have this to share with my little ones. They are always so eager to learn new things and I think this would be just the thing for them to keep us organized and focused. :)

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  154. Melinda says

    Laura, thank you for your time and devotion given to this project. It sounds exactly like what I’ve been looking for. My little boy would love it!

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  155. Cassie says

    Wow I would love this. I have 6 under 9 and I am always looking for new and creative ideas.We could really use this in our curriculum this year. Thanks so much.

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  156. Star says

    I am thankful for my wonderful husband! He is a blessing from the Lord :-)

    I would also love to win your book! Sounds like you did a great job with it!

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  157. Taner's Mom says

    What a blessing! I have two children 5 & 2 and this would be so great. God is great with prefect timing. I was just reflecting this week how great our mission friends (pre K) leader at church is with having the young ones do mission projects that bless so many. Excited for you and all the lives this will touch for the glory of God!

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  158. michelle says

    Oh what an amazing accomplishment. You are an inspiration. I barely get out of the kitchen each day and look what you’re done–created this whole curriculum! I CAN’T wait to see it and use it!!!

    Michelle

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  159. says

    I would LOVE to use this with my little ones. My almost 2 year old is so interested in letters and it makes me so happy :) Our newest baby (2 weeks old) isn’t there yet, but how fun would this be in the future? What a great idea!

    I am grateful for the feeling of starting to be back on my feet today! It has been a longer than expected recovery due to some surgery and I am grateful to feel stronger and more with it every day. I so love being home with my babies.

    Heather

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  160. Rebekah Kirkpatrick says

    It’s been on my heart to be teaching my kids to give in a more tangible way. But I’ve been overwhelemed at how to do it. This curriculum seems like just what I was looking for!

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  161. Neely says

    This looks so amazing! My daughter just turned 2 and I’m hoping to start working on some things with her soon. This would be perfect. congratualtions and thank you!

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  162. Lydia says

    This is going to be a huge accomplishment to you and blessing to so many.
    I am thankful there is good wholesome content to add to our curriculum.

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  163. Brenda says

    I’m so enjoying your blog & recipes! I would love to win your new project – a way of learning that links friendship and serving others would be a great thing for my 3 boys (8 mos, 3, and 5…homeschool begins this fall). Thank you for the time you put into your blog!

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  164. Kristen says

    What a blessing to all of us with preschoolers! I have two 3year olds and a 1 year old, and I’ve been looking for something like this! Thank you!!

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  165. Jessie Chilson says

    I am a total SUCKER for these things! I have three 5 and under and one on the way! I am ALWAYS looking for these type things. :) Thanks for all your work!!

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  166. Luci says

    This sounds wonderful. I have a kindergartner and a 3rd grader. They both will benefit from being service minded. I would love to be able to use this.

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  167. Jaime says

    What a fantastic resource! I am SO grateful for like-minded mommies who desire to help their children grow not only intellectually, but spiritually. Even more grateful for the tools to help us do so! Thanks Laura!

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  168. Karena says

    Great job Laura! Looks like you’ve created a GREAT tool for families to use! Would LOVE to be able to use it with my own. Congrats to the luck..scratch that…BLESSED winner! :)

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  169. Natalie says

    I love your blog and have incorporated many recipes into my menu planning! I would love a copy of your new book. It looks like such an amazing resource! I have a 4 year old, a 3 year old and a 20 month old and would love to use it for all three of them.

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  170. Trinette says

    We are starting our homeschool adventure this fall and are also moving to a new state in the next 2 months. This is an absolutely wonderful idea and I can only imagine the amount of time and energy that went into this! Praise God for the wonderful blessing this is to our children and other families and the glory it brings to our Father! I am grateful that God considers me worthy to take on this task of teaching my children! I wholeheartedly will be leaning on Him, as I have no clue what I’m doing!!! Thank you so much Laura!

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  171. Kelly says

    Congratulations on such a wonderful accomplishment!! i know this will benefit many families. i will be spreading the word for you and would love to have a copy of my own!!

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  172. Nikki says

    This would be great for me because I often have a lack of direction. I am thankful for my kind husband who served me and our kids while I was sick.

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  173. says

    Laura,
    Congrats. And it’s 240 pages?!? What an accomplishment!

    It sounds amazing. My littles are 2 and 3 so I imagine that we could easily put this to good use.

    Today I am thankful for the opportunity and ministry of being a stay at home mom and for the amazing husband who makes it possible!

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  174. jennie says

    I’m thankful to get the chance to stay at home after teaching for the last 5 years. I had no idea what a blessing bloggers could be to my life. I’m grateful for the community of likeminded people who take teh time to share a little life with others. It is making ahuge difference in my world as i am new to homemaking:)

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  175. Michelle Taylor says

    I am currently looking for something to start working with my two little ones. This curriculum looks amazing. I would love to incorporate the bible into all our lessons. I would love to have this curriculum.

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  176. Jennifer says

    Sounds amazing! I love the idea of incorporating service into the learning! I have 4 kids 5 and under, and 3 are boys. :)

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  177. says

    I would love to win this! I have a 3 year old who I try to do educational activities with but often I’m at a loss for what to do so this would be perfect :-) Thanks for working so hard to put it together!

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  178. Jessica says

    This is exactly the sort of thing I’ve been looking for! I have a 3 year-old and a 1 year-old who would very much enjoy this.

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  179. says

    I love blogging. I love reading blogs. I love the people I meet when I blog and read blogs… and yesterday, I loved having the opportunity to meet one of my cyberfriends in person. It was like we had known each other forever!

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  180. Jean says

    How neat! I have a preschooler and a baby and your kit seems like just the right thing for us at this moment. My preschooler is eager to learn and we are looking for something to help her. Thanks for the opportunity.

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  181. Kristin A. says

    As a busy mama of 5, I would LOVE LOVE LOVE to have this fabulous tool to use with my kiddoes…ages 4, 3, 2, 1 & newborn! We are definitely ready to get going with the “homeschooling” thing and this will be a wonderful tool for that purpose. My kids are starting to get the “gimmes” too, and it sounds like this project of yours is going to help this tired and creativity-deprived mommy teach my kiddoes some great lessons on gratitude. I would be forever indebted to you if I were chosen to win this.

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  182. Mrs. Pear says

    This sounds wonderful! I would love to do it with my girls. With my oldest we just did our best to do the letters and I made it up as I went along. Now with two girls it would be nice to follow something that teaches letters and Jesus!

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  183. Melanie says

    oh my gosh! Serving has always been such a goal for us to share with our kids and often we don’t do a very good job. Our kids are 8, 6, 3, 2, and newborn…SUCH great years to share this with them all!!! Thanks for all your hard work!

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  184. Dawn Norman says

    Wow! That sounds like a fantastic work you’ve been doing. I’d love to use it with my girls, currently 4 yo and 2 yo. We’re starting homeschooling this fall and I’m working on putting together our curriculum choices. :)

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  185. Dawn says

    I would love to win this. I have a 2 year old daughter, and I have been wanting to start working on letters with her.

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  186. Diana Campbell says

    I am starting preschool with my 3 year old this year and this would be perfect. I so hope I win! It would be truly a blessing.

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  187. Melisa says

    I too would love to win your preschool curriculum kit! Thank you for such a wonderful and inspiring blog.

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  188. Tia says

    My nearly 4 yr old does great with her letters but I’m always looking for new fun projects to do with her. I also have a 17 mo. old and a bun in the oven who will need to learn their letters some day :-) I’d love to win your ebook!!!

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  189. Amy says

    I use Sonlight with my 7 yr old daughter, but would love to use this with my 2 1/2 yr old son. It looks fabulous!

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  190. Alisa says

    What a wonderful idea! We have been doing well on teaching the Bible and letters, but I have really been searching for a way to add service to our daily activities! I hope I win, so I can share it with my 4 year old, 2 year old and 10 month old….when she grows up a bit :-)

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  191. Sabrina says

    I grew up in a family that was not very spiritual, but I thankfully found someone who guided me in the right direction. Now I am part of a family whose lives are centered around the Lord. I don’t have anything in my childhood to go by to raise a child who knows and loves his savior which is why I began reading this blog. It would be fantastic to be able to have so much advice and activities to go by!!

    And I am thankful for leading the blessed life I live.

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  192. says

    I would love to win this! I have a three year old and a one year old and in addition to acedemics, we are always trying to teach our children the blessing of doing for/giving to others. Great job on your curriculum! I’m so excited to see more!

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  193. Lauren says

    Wow, that sounds awesome! I am looking for a curriculum like this right now to use with my preschooler! :)

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  194. Frannie says

    I’d love to win this. It sounds like a well thought out plan for my little guys. Today I am ever so grateful for the sun coming out and my hives going away! yippie…freedom

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  195. Miranda Taylor says

    I have 4 children all under the age of 6, so this e-book could really get some use around here!! :)

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  196. Amber Courreges says

    Man you have no idea what this means to us I have been searching for something for my daughter 3 and my son 2 that we could afford. I am so blessed to have a wonderful christian momma do this. If I had a gratituesday I would be giving all my gratitude to you! Thank you once again! Amber

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  197. Betsy says

    This sounds like such an incredible piece of work. I am the coordinator for our local MOPS (Mothers of Preschoolers) group and have two preschoolers of my own. I would love to share this with my two boys as well as show it to my friends in MOPS. Blessings on your writing. I am so thankful for the friends I’ve made in MOPS who recently took my kids to the park and brought us a meal while I was sick.

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  198. Julie says

    LAURA!!!! I’m SO excited! I’m am definitely buying this when you’re done. My kids are going to have a blast with it.

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  199. Rachel says

    This sounds wonderful! I know all your hard work on this will pay off with so many of us mommas needing something just like this for our little ones.

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  200. Nicole Visniski says

    This is a wonderful thing. I would be so excited to win this! I have one little one now, and with that comes the looking for a good program for her to use. I am realy looking for something that not only teaches about the standards, but also teaches about our Heavenly Father.

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  201. Deb says

    It soounds like a great amount of time and effort has gone into this project. My kids are beyond this but I would be interested for our church family – especially our summer programs.

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  202. Adrienne says

    Sounds awesome! What a tremendous amount of work you’ve invested–along with great thought, care and love. May the Lord bless you greatly through this neat project!

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  203. Ashley says

    Laura, what a wonderful thing you are doing! It would be awesome to win this. The Lord has truly blessed you with a wonderful gift. All your boys (husband included) are so lucky to have you!! Congratulations on all your hard work!

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  204. says

    I love love LOVE this book! What an abundance of motivation and skill the Lord has given to you…and now you are choosing to bless others with it! Thank you!

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  205. Megan Taylor says

    Oh Laura,
    This sounds so neat. Our oldest is just heading into preschooler age. We would love this!

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  206. says

    Yay! This looks great….and I’ve been looking for some ideas as I start to homeschool my preschooler this fall. Perfect! Great job on finishing your project…the rest of us are blessed by it!!

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  207. BRANDY FISK says

    SOUNDS GREAT! I’M SO BLESSED WITH MY FAITH AND FAMILY. I WOULD LOVE ANOTHER GREAT TOOL TO TEACH.

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  208. Demi says

    I am so grateful that I am 38 weeks along in my pregnancy. My first child was born prematurely, and although he is healthy now, we struggled alot in those early months. I am so thankful to have made it this far. I would love to win a copy of this book because we hope to have lots of kids.

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  209. Jamie says

    We would be very interested in Learn Your Letters, Learn to Serve. My family and I are just starting this wonderful homeschool journey with my daughter 5 and son 3. We are actually very greatful that God has blessed us with the freedom and the ability to homeschool.

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  210. Amber says

    Wow this is totally awesome that you are doing this. It would be perfect with my 4 and 2 year old. Definitely will be used along with our other homeschool fun things!

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  211. Kristy Quinones says

    I absolutely love your blog and would love this, I have 2 girls and another baby on the way, it would just be awesome. Thank you for the chance!

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  212. says

    We’ve been trying to focus on serving with our kids, and ways to bless others together. This sounds like a great tool. Thank you for taking the time to put it together!

    I’m so thankful for the work God has been doing in my family. Our heart for the poor and needy has been increasing, and I’m excited to see where He will take us!

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  213. Jenae Whitehead says

    I enjoy reading your blog, and my family loves your recipes. We would love to use your book. I am a mom of 5 (soon to be six). Thanks again.

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  214. Lorina says

    This would be a perfect “win” for us as I’ve been thinking of starting a program with our 4 and 5 year old children!

    Today I am grateful for going berry-picking with my children! :-)

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  215. says

    WOW! It is such a joy to see you finish this project. I can’t wait to get my hands on this. I have been looking for a great preschool curriculum for to start this fall that would be fun and help with learning. This will be great for our family.

    Today I am so thankful for the great weekend we had with our family celebrating the 4th of July!

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  216. Ariana says

    Sounds wonderful and would be a fabulous asset to our home. I love the idea of the alphabet project.

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  217. Christina says

    I am so excited that you were able to finish your project. I am looking for an early learning curriculum for a friend and am excited to see what you have put together. Kudos to you!

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  218. Jennifer Hill says

    Would love to win this. I have been looking for something to use for the alphabet with my little one.

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  219. jeanie says

    I would love this! I start school next year with my 5 year old and I need activities for him and my 3 year old.

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  220. jeanie says

    I would love this! It sounds great for my 3 and 5 year old.

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    sorry, didn’t mean to post twice!

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  221. Jerica says

    I remember when Justus was doing this. He brought me (Jerica)a Jar full of Jellybeans with a note that he (Justus)and Jesus loved me! I think I was 15, and did it ever make my day:)I’m so glad to hear that other little ones will be encouraging others the same way.

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  222. Gina Simpson says

    I homeschooled my daughters and now they are homeschooling their children. I am gathering material to help them. Would love to pass your book on to them.

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  223. Christine says

    What a fantastic idea! I would love to use this idea with my preschooler this upcoming school year!

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  224. Rebekah J says

    Sounds like a wonderful idea and something I know I need to incorporate into my children’s lives more.

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  225. Verena says

    Sounds exciting and helpful! I’ve been feeling lately that I needed to add more “fun” to our learning and this sounds like a helpful way to do that! GOOD JOB on finishing it!!

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  226. Carla Smith says

    I would love to win this for my little boy. Glad you were able to get it finished and pass it on

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  227. says

    What a great effort. I can understand your Gratitude in getting to this point. Well done in persisting and getting it done. I absolutely LOVE the idea of combining learning with serving and blessing others especially in these young years when it seems quite hard to fit everything in. Why not combine it all. Wonderful idea and even more congratulations for taking an idea and turning it into a reality – that’s the hard part!!

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  228. Amy says

    I have a two year old (almost three! wow, where does time go?) that would love to work projects like these. I’m not sure we know quite that many people, but we can always make new friends! :)

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  229. Sweetpeas says

    What an amazing idea!! I don’t have a preschooler right now, but I must admit, I’m already thinking about what I want to do with my 1 yr old when she hits preschool age, I LOVE this idea!! And I think my older kids would get into it too (and they can always use reminders/lessons in serving others, can’t we all!!)

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  230. Karen says

    This looks intriguing. Please enter me.

    Today I am grateful for a great library and fun summer reading programs which inspire learning.

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  231. Kary Kennedy says

    This sounds wonderful and I would love to go through this with my 3 year old and 14 month old! Thanks for the encouragement!

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  232. Amy W. says

    Wow, Laura- this is SO neat! You have certainly put a lot of work and effort into this curriculum and I am glad to have a chance to win this giveaway. Thanks for the opportunity!

    Amy

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  233. Jenn says

    What a great way to incorporate serving others into your teaching. We’d love to use something like this around here!

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  234. says

    How wonderful! I just found your blog and have been reading and reading. I would love the book for my kiddos as we begin our homeschool journey! Congrats!

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  235. says

    What an exciting project! Thanks for putting it together and giving us an opportunity to benefit from this. I’m thankful for people like you who make my life easier!

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  236. says

    Congratulations Laura! Thank you for working so hard on this project for all of us. I would love to be entered in your drawing to win a copy.

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  237. judy kay says

    I was planning on starting a Letter of the Week type of thing with my 4th little one this year and we’ve already decided that serving others would be our biggest theme, so this would be absolutely perfect!

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  238. Shanda says

    YAY for you! I have so many projects that I would like…love to finish. You are an encouragement in so many ways. And I would love to win one.

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  239. Leah Kelly says

    This is wonderful. Congratulations. What a big project. It sounds wonderful. It is something that I would use with my little ones now.

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  240. Kristy says

    Laura,
    Thank you for putting the time into this project and letting God use you in this way. I am getting ready to start homeschooling in the fall and my oldest (of four boys) will be in Kindergarten. I have been looking for something to use with my 3-year-old that would also be appropriate to use with my 5-year-old. This sounds perfect. I would LOVE to win a copy!

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  241. Amanda Desnoyers says

    I love this idea, was just looking for ideas for next year to focus on letters with my 3 year old.

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  242. Karin says

    This sounds like a great resource to use with my pre-schoolers next year. Thanks for the opportunity!

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  243. says

    What a wonderful idea! I’m glad your husband recognized the value of all your hard work and encouraged you to complete the project. I would love to have a copy of it. It sounds just perfect for my daughter!
    Today I’m so grateful for the way God reveals a bit of Himself to us in the natural world He has created: the provision of the rain, the warmth of the sunshine or the joyful abandonment of kittens at play.

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  244. Amanda says

    I would love to win this! I have an almost 3 year old. We have been doing a letter a week and we are on S, but I know we will have to go back through the letters at least once. I love the emphasis on serving others!

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  245. Miranda says

    Would love to win this for my grandsons. Good for you (and your husband!) for completing it!
    I’m grateful that my daddy had successful heart surgery today that should improve his quality of life until the Lord “graduates” him to heaven!

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  246. Debbi says

    Wow! This looks great! I’m so excited for you in getting it all finished up! It feels so good to get big projects accomplished. I’d love the opporunity to win this.

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  247. Tiffany says

    Wow Laura, what an amazing blessing!! God has definitely gifted you!! I would love this curriculum as I have a 8, 6 & 4 year old I will continue homeschooling in the fall. I almost considered sending my 4 yr old to our church’s Pre-K just so she could get that extra “edge”. Hope I win!!

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  248. Dawn says

    What a great idea! Laura, I have recently discovered your site and I love it. I am the mom of 4 boys as well. You inspire me! Would love to win this….

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  249. Katie Pretot says

    I would love to win this! I love all the ebooks I have gotten from you, and I know your curriculum will be great! I have three little ones that would be so excited to do this!

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  250. Destiny says

    Congrats on finishing such a rewarding project. I’m sure this is going to be a great help to many families. I’ve searched a lot for some early learning ideas for my little girl. This looks great!

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  251. says

    Your new curriculum sounds so exciting! I really hope to win a copy, but if not I will definitely purchase one to use with my soon-to-be 4-year old as we begin preschool homeschooling this fall. I already have your ebook of Fun Things To Do With Preschoolers and have been using it all the time, looking forward to this next curriculum set!

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  252. says

    This is exactly the sort of thing I’ve been hoping for. I’ve tried to organize a simple curriculum based on letters for my 2 1/2 year old, but can’t find the time to think it through very well. He is ready for more than I’ve been giving him – he understands so much already it amazes me!

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  253. Bethany says

    I just had my first precious baby and am already excited for homeschooling. What a wonderful resource this would be!

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  254. Krista says

    What a wonderful husband you have! Your ebook sounds wonderful, and since we’re just enter into the preschool years, this would be perfect for our little guy. Thanks for offering this wonderful tool!

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  255. Samantha R says

    Congrats on finishing such a big project! I would love to win one to use with my 2 year old in a bit!

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  256. Kori says

    Wow, this looks wonderfu. I have been wanting some ways to serve alongside my children, but had not been successful in ways to incorporate my youngest. Thank you for your work on this! I am grateful for people who share their God given talents, like you!

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  257. Holly says

    I would appreciate this as a ministry to my children and me. I am so grateful for children who ask for and have a desire to learn God’s word and grow in Him.

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  258. says

    Now this excites me! I have been on the look out for a curriculum to teach my children about Godly character and what better way to do it…serve others! I would love to win this and if not, I’ll be downloading it! :) Thank you for all of your time and hardwork!!!

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  259. Melinda says

    God has truly blessed you with a mind for ideas and organizing your thoughts in a way that blesses others! I would love to use this tool with my kids.

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  260. says

    Hi,

    I would love to win this!!!

    I have an 8yo boy, a 4yo boy, 6mo baby girl and I also babysit a 23 mo old girl and 3 mo old little boy.

    This would be an awesome addition to our household!!

    Thanks so much for offering to give one away!!

    Dana

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  261. Susana says

    Laura, how exciting!!! If I win this it’ll be put to very good use with my twins! Good luck on this final last leg of editing!

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  262. Christia says

    What a blessing this would be! Thank you for the encouragement you have given me. I love your blog.

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  263. Jen says

    I love all your E-books, and look foward to using this one with my younger 2 (I have 4 kids in all).
    Thanks for all your effort to share such wonderful information.
    Blessings,
    Jen

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  264. Monica says

    This sounds like something I could use at home with my son and also at church teaching the little ones during Sabbath School. I’d love to win!

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  265. Marie says

    So excited for you to have this almost finished! I’ve been looking at homeschooling my two 4 year olds next year and perhaps this will be just what we need. Can’t wait to see it! THanks for all of your healthful living knowledge and for sharing it with all of us. Blessings!

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  266. says

    I would adore winning this!!! And if I don’t win, I am eager to get it when you are done :) I have a 19 mo. old precious lil’ girl and another on the way. One of my hearts desires if for me and my kids to serve as we learn and live in our home, neighborhood, etc. So exciting you are almost finished!!1

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  267. Stephanie Klug says

    We are just beginning our homeschooling journey and would love to have this book to start.

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  268. Kathryn says

    I would LOVE to have this! I am a pastor’s wife and mom of twin 5 year olds and a 3 year old. We love trying to find creative ways to serve our church family. I love the idea of combining service with learning phonics. What a great idea!

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  269. kelly p says

    I’d love to win this, what a great tool! my guys are both 4 and this would be a great way for us to supplement what they learn in preschool!

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  270. says

    This sounds great! I would love to use it with my littles. I am thankful that God’s grace is sufficient to cover my weaknesses!

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  271. Lisa Reed says

    I am so proud of you and all you’ve accomplished! Our church has been looking for a new preschool program. Your curriculum would be wonderful to win, and a perfect fit! Thanks for the opportunity!

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  272. Laura says

    This looks pretty stinkin’ awesome! What a wonderful idea. Looking forward to the finished product. :)

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  273. susan says

    laura~ wow what an undertaking. congrats on being almost done. i can’t wait to see it. i’d love to win a copy and be truly honored. dh and i are looking for more ways to teacho our dear little ones the majority of whom are preschool aged to be more giving and focus on others.

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  274. Aubrey says

    This looks wonderful! Thanks so much for the opportunity to win it; it looks like it took tons of hard work!

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  275. Laura says

    What an awesome idea!!!!!!!!! I would love to have a copy! Thank you for all your efforts! You are making so many home heavenly :)

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  276. says

    What an awesome idea! I’m just starting to homeschool my oldest and we have 4 kids 5 and under so I’ll have a few more to follow right in his footsteps! This is a wonderful way to teach how to serve others, a quality we definitely want our children to have. We live in an rv full-time to travel with my husbands job, so any ideas to make schooling easier for me is so appreciated! Thank you!

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  277. Janette says

    What a great tool for Mom’s everywhere. I would love some new ideas to try out on my daughter who is night and day different from her older brother. Who ever receives a copy will be truly blessed by it! Thanks for dedicating your time and listening to the Lord!

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  278. says

    a friend of mine just turned me on to your site, and I am so glad for the encouragement… we live in NYC and when I tell people that my 3 yo DD is not in preschool and we will homeschool her, people don’t even know what to do! it is all new to me and any help and encouragement are greatly appreciated!

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  279. Jessica F says

    This is adorable and something that we would definitely use as a soon to be homeschool family! “The desire accomplished is sweet to the soul!”

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  280. Tracy Compaan says

    oooh! This is so cool! What a neat way to turn learning into serving!

    I’d enjoy winning this, but if I don’t, I still might buy it!

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  281. mommaren says

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen anything like this. What a neat idea! We would love to win the giveaway!!

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  282. Julie S. says

    Wow! You are amazing. Your web site is a blessing for me. I’d love to win the give away.

    Julie

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  283. Kathleen says

    So cool! I’ve just started writing my own letter of the week/science/food/craft lessons for my two boys to begin in the fall! I’d love to win your book and not have to go so far in my efforts. I’m thankful for my two little boys that I have the joy of being home to teach! Thanks for entering me in your giveaway!! KT

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  284. says

    This looks so great! I would love to be entered in the giveaway. It sounds like the perfect thing for me “big girl” who’s not quite big enough for serious schoolwork yet :)

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  285. Hannah Collings says

    I am so excited about yor new curriculum too!! I’ve been moved to think about how we can teach our little children to serve from a young age, throughout the year, not just on ‘special occasions’ and so this may be an answer to our prayers! We’d love to be entered for your giveaway!

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  286. Karen says

    Wow!! This is perfect timing! My youngest is 4 and I have been searching for a program we can start at home. I love this idea! I love that you have finished this at the perfect time for my family! I would love to win a copy! I am so excited! Thank you for all your hard work.

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  287. Allison Booth says

    What an awesome resource. I really look forward to the completion of this book. In some way I feel like I have missed the boat on teaching my little ones to desire to serve others. We were really good at service before we moved, my daughter was always finding ways to serve others. We moved two years ago and life has been one huge hussel. My boys have missed the serving concept. We have been so focused on our needs with a new home and new baby. I look forward to this book. I am grateful there are people like you willing to create things for the glory of God to share with others.
    Thanks

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  288. Lisa Sloan says

    Laura, please hurry, hurry, hurry. Your book sounds absolutely amazing and I’ve been looking for something just like this. I want my children to have a servant’s heart and honor their Heavenly Father. Throw a little learning in the mix and how can you go wrong? Even without winning this book, I’ll definitely be purchasing a copy. Would it be going overboard to say “I love you”, okay maybe it is overboard.

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  289. Megan says

    Wow, Laura! I’m excited about this! I would LOVE to do this with my kids! So, pick me!! Or I’ll buy it. : -)

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  290. Jennifer Spena says

    I have recently fond your blog and this looks wonderful!! I would love to do this with my daughter and my son when he is old enough!

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  291. Jeanne says

    Your project will be a blessing to so many people, what a beautiful thing to have done with your kids and to share with others! My little one is only 2, but I can’t wait to read your ebook. What an awesome way to learn through service. Thank you for all you do, I love exploring your recipes and blog entries!

    What am I thankful for today… For Grandma who plays with my son until exhausted without losing patience or his attention; for Grandpa’s tuna veggie noodle casserole, and clean plates all around; for my DH and all his hard work; and for my DS who loves us all more than we deserve, he is so precious…

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  292. says

    How do you find the time?! You’re amazing!! :D God has really equipped you with the gift to do this – what a blessing to others you are and will be. My oldest son (one of THREE BOYS – #3 due in a month) will be 5 soon and I am looking for something like this to work with him on over the next year. It sounds perfect! Definitely interested. Thanks so much for your blog -I look forward to every post!

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  293. says

    That is such an awesome idea…I love your blog so much, it is one that I return to again and again for encouragement. I would love to win a copy of this.

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  294. Colleen says

    I am so blessed by your blog. I would love to win this. My husband and I were just talking about trying to find a curriculum for our 18 mo. old.

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  295. Colleen says

    I just shared this on Facebook too! I know my friends will love your blog. God Bless you for taking the time to share your life with us.

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  296. Coral E Nigolian says

    I would LOVE to win one! What a great idea! I am grateful to have flour for your cinnamon roll recipe and bread recipe soaking on my counter top right now. I wish you were my neighbor, you are amazing!

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  297. Jennifer Barham says

    I am so thankful that I have stumbled upon your website! I just happened to be needing a recipe to can tomato sauce and somehow made my way here to your site. I was so enlightened by your attention to detail that I started browsing your website.

    I must say that I am VERY impressed. You have inspired me to start taking time to cook home cooked meals for my family. I could not have found your site at any better time since I have a five month old that will be eating “real” food soon and it is important that I have healthy food to feed him.

    This new kit would be perfect for our family to help our son grow not only in the flesh but in the spirt as well. May God bless your family because you have blessed mine!

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  298. Jessi Doggett says

    God has really changed my heart to homeschooling these last few years. I want my children to have a servant’s heart. I would love to win this curriculum!

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  299. Christina Maney says

    This looks like just what I need! I’m really anxious to see the sample now! Thank you!

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  300. Melinda says

    I would love to have this tool for my preschooler. I’ve been looking for something to use with him. Thank you for your effort you have given this project.

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  301. Melissa says

    This looks wonderful! I would love to win (or buy) one to give me guidance with my 3-year old. It looks like a great resource :) Thank you for sharing!

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  302. Kathleen says

    My baby girl is so anxious do to “school” like her brothers. This would be great fun for all of us to do together. Can never have enough opportunities to learn to serve.

    Love your site – the kids love the sloppy cornbread! We’re really trying to change our eating habits – thanks for the inspiration.

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  303. says

    Wow! I’d love to have this to do with my 2yo. He’s just starting to get interested in learning things, and serving others is something I think is falling through the cracks for so many people.

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  304. says

    I am really excited about this! I probably won’t win, but I’m going to find a way to squeeze it out of our budget to buy this (hoping it’s not out of my price range.) I have a three year old and one on the way, and I’ve tried a “preschool” thing before, but it just kind of slipped through the cracks. I’m really excited to read this!

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  305. says

    We have 2 litte ones, ages 4 and 2, and another on the way… this curriculum would definitely come to good use in our house! I’d LOVE to have a copy!

    Congrats on such a great project, by the way. You are an awesome mama!!

    Kristy @ Homemaker’s Cottage

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  306. says

    As a former 1st grade teacher who now is a sahm with 4 year old, 2 year old, and 1 month old we would love to win a copy

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  307. Julie H says

    Love it! I am thankful for the opportunity to stay home with my children and to educate them. Thanks, Laura!

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  308. says

    I love to read what you have to offer on this site. So much wise advice. I am a grandma and would to love to get the opportunity to win this book to share with my 9,5,2 year olds.
    I am so very gratiful for the health of my dear grandchildren and that their mom and dad take them to church and teach them about Jesus.
    Thanks for your articles. Look forward to reading more.

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  309. Korah Smith says

    I would love to win this ebook!! I have a 5yr old that this would be perfect for.. I have been working with him about serving and giving and such.. this would be so perfect.. thank you for taking the time to put this together and create such a wonderful thing for everyone

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  310. Tiffani says

    I am always so blessed by what you have to offer. B/c of you my family now tolerates wheat flour! lol anyways…I would love to be able to share in this joy and experience…My little one is an active handful and I could use some guidance in getting that activity into productivity! :) Thanks for all your hard work and dedication! :) I can’t wait to see the finished product (and maybe win one too! lol)

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  311. courtney says

    What a beautiful idea!!! We would LOVE to have one in our homeschool and can’t wait to win or buy one!!!

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  312. Stephanie M says

    As a public school teacher who is now at home with three little ones, I’ve never thought about homeschooling until I came across your blog this week. It was my search for seeing how real families ate whole foods that led me to your blog. God is good as he’s beginning to make major changes in my heart about what He is calling me to do right now in regards to my family. Homeschooling is one of these possible changes that I’ll be praying about this year as kindergarten approaches in one year. I’m excited to see your book!

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  313. Laurie Swanson says

    Hey-this sounds so exciting! I hope I’m not too late, my week was full of adoption meetings. This will be our 8th child! We are so excited! The curriculum sounds great! I think it would also inspire so many other ideas. I would really love to win it. Thanks for the chance! Laurie :)

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  314. Danielle B says

    So proud of you! That verse about “He who began a good work in you….” is coming to mind. I love that you created this to do with your kids. I have a 4 year old, almost 3 year old and almost 5 month old, and one of the most enjoyable things for me with “homeschooling” is coming up with our schedule/curriculum/arts and crafts/games, etc. It’s time consuming, but there’s nothing like seeing your son so captivated by a little homemade shape puzzle you made the night before. Congrats!

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  315. says

    I think this sounds amazing! I recently have been considering homeschool as a possibility for our family. What an amazing tool and blessing this would be for our family!

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  316. Susan Roberson says

    I am Grandma to 12 GRANDS, 6 who are preschoolers. I think your curriculum looks AWESOME!! Two of our three children are homeschooling their children. I would love to win this give-a-way to share with them. It is so special that you have incorporated learning to serve others into learning the alphabet, etc. My grandchildren really need your curriculum!!!! Thank you for this wonderful give away.

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  317. Rebecca K says

    Wow! Amazing and congratulations! I would love to win this as I’m beginning to homeschool my 4 kids under the age of 5.

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  318. Terri-Ann says

    This looks like a great way for us to start out in our homeschool journey! I would love to win this.

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  319. Maggie says

    Thank you for always sharing your stories and your experiences, It has help our family so much!
    I would love to win this ebook! :)

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  320. says

    I would love to win this. I’m starting Kindergarten with my daughter and this would be a great addition to what we are doing!

    Congrats on your new e-book!

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  321. Traci Craft says

    This is a GREAT idea – thank you for taking the time to put it all together!! We have a preschooler and another on the way, and we’re always talking about ways we can show them how to serve others as they grow!

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  322. Jen says

    New to your blog – can’t wait to explore it more! On the lifetime of learning journey with 4 little blessings (so far:-) age 6 and under. I’d love to use your e-book with them!

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  323. Lisa says

    I am so very grateful for my two year old, Lincoln and my husband. Your blog has really inspired me. Thank you for all your hard work. I am looking forward to you new ebook! It sounds amazing.

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