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Keeping family strong, homeschooling Bible, baking with toddlers, have a family game nightThere’s no question that families are under spiritual attack and unfortunately, homeschooling doesn’t provide perfect protection. We have to be intentional about keeping family strong. This week’s links can help.

Planting Seeds of Biblical Truth

Thriving Family provides a free devotional your family can use to connect with each other around God’s Word all year.

Bible Study & Character Training for Multiple Ages

Tricia Hodges shares reviews of curriculum you can use to help your child grow in the Lord, no matter what their age.

T is for Thanksgiving

My Joy-Filled Life offers lots of creative ways for your family to cultivate an attitude of gratitude.

Messes Make Memories

The Purposeful Mom gives us encouragement to spend time baking with little ones, despite the mess.

Leaf Identification Cards

One of the ways we keep our family strong is by hiking together. Make your family hikes a learning opportunity, too, with these free printable cards from Frugal Homeschool Family.

Family Game Night

The weather’s getting cooler, so it’s a perfect time to bring out the board games. What Do We Do All Day offers these great tips for making family game night fun for all.

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