This play dough is easy to make and takes ingredients you probably have on hand.
Ah, Pi Day! If you are a homeschooler, or just a brainiac, you will have a special appreciation for this day. For those of you, who really don’t care to even know what Pi Day is, listen up! Even you … Continued
Here is a small list of activities to do with young children: Play cherades Sing songs like Father Abraham; head and shoulders, knees and toes Play Simon Says…or Daddy says Make popcorn Play Candyland Make play dough Play dress up … Continued
I am not sure where I found this, but it might be helpful for those of you with bread machines that would like to play around to make your own recipes. # For each cup of flour used in recipe, … Continued
Use a long distance calling card. I have found Costco’s card to be the best buy. You can refill it, as well. Make your own baking mix like Bisquick and bake lots of biscuits, muffins, coffee cakes and pancakes. Turn … Continued
This came out of a student book and was the ONLY whole wheat bread I could make. 1. Blend in glass measuring cup: 1/2 c. warm water, 2 T. yeast, 2 T. honey or sugar, 1 vitamin C tablet, crumbled. … Continued
Plan on putting any food up this fall? Cherries? Peaches? Green beans? Now is the time to be looking for those canning jars! I have found my jars at: Garage sales: ASK. People forget when they have been tucked in … Continued
Find Out How You Can Cut Your Grocery Budget In Half! Anything to help us be more thrifty and wise with our husband’s hard-earned money. http://www.hillbillyhousewife.com/half/ Time To Look For Jars! Menu For A Month Making Our Grocery List This … Continued