Category Archives: Holidays

Twas the Night Before Solstice

It is a yearly tradition now that I post this poem I wrote a few years ago to the list 🙂 Enjoy once again or enjoy it for the first time. You are welcome to share it and pass it around. However, please include credit to me and our websites...
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Advent Ribbon with Cookies and Story Tradition

  This year Advent starts on Sunday, December 2nd and ends December 24th, 2012. A couple years ago we created a special “ribbon” calendar – the picture above is a collage that shows some different angles and close-ups. We can now use this each year! Different stones for each season...
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The Journey of Analise

Don’t forget to listen to The Journey of Analise this year with your children. This is an original story created by me and is told in 10-15 minute “chapters” each day for the 24-26 days leading up to Christmas (flexible start time). It was originally part of an Advent story...
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A Waldorf 16th Birthday

Flower Birthday Hats were part of my daughter’s 16th birthday party 😉 (no picking of flowers required) I’ve been planning birthdays with my children since they were five! It is hard to believe that my eldest just turned 16 now yesterday! WOW! I really enjoyed sharing her birthday with her...
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An Old Fashioned Thanksgiving Story

AN OLD-FASHIONED THANKSGIVING By Louisa May Alcott Aunt Jo’s Scrap Basket Public Domain in the USA Sixty years ago, up among the New Hampshire hills, lived Farmer Bassett, with a house full of sturdy sons and daughters growing up about him. They were poor in money, but rich in land...
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Pumpkin Smoothie for Balance & Nutrition

Pumpkin Smoothies are one of my favorite autumn treats and the best part of them is that they are super healthy as well! They are filled with vitamins, minerals and even protein and calcium. When you drink a pumpkin smoothie you are helping your body balance in so many ways....
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Little Owl Boy Story for October

We love this October story! It is “spooky” but in a unique way and has a lesson to share as well. It also gives insight into Native American culture. LONG ago, out on the wide prairie, there was an Indian camp, and on the edge of the camp was a...
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Waldorf Handwork: Easy Knit Slippers

Just found a bunch of un-matched slippers from the “old days” and it inspired me to start knitting some of these again. My kids LOVED these and so did all the friends and family I knitted them for – even the guys! They are SO super easy I almost felt...
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A Story of Thankfulness

If your family has a story to share about how you share your thankfulness for the earth please share – I would love to be inspired by you all – I know so many of you and you already inspire me. I will be reading the stories you send to...
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Easy Healthy Homemade Pumpkin Pie

Every year somebody asks me to publish this recipe again. Ever since I discovered it my kids don’t even like the “regular” pumkin pie anymore! This is SOOOOO easy and tastes like a pumpkin pie with a thin crust – the recipe actually makes its own crust. Hope this helps...
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Spiritual Letter from Santa

Every year many people request that I re-post this or they write to tell me how much it helped their family and how much they enjoyed using it this year or last year. So here is this year’s Spiritual Santa Letter… Letter from Santa By Kristie Burns www.Earthschooling.com Note: If...
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Ten Minute Pumpkin Pie

Every year somebody asks me to publish this recipe again. Ever since I discovered it my kids don’t even like the “regular” pumpkin pie anymore! This is SOOOOO easy and tastes like a pumpkin pie with a thin crust – the recipe actually makes its own crust. Hope this helps...
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