June 26, 2006

More Seasons Unit Links than you can Shake a Stick At

I've been a busy bee searching through the cyber-world for links to use with my KONOS Seasons Unit. I thought I would share a few with you and add to this list later when we make our way through Spring, Summer and Fall. If you are looking for ideas for your KONOS Seasons Unit or just stopping in to get craft ideas for the holidays, this is the post for you. Right now, we've only covered Winter.... so there are a great many more for that season than any other. I'll try and keep them organized to make them easier to Access. If you are interested in other Seasons Unit posts from my blog (we've been trying to get this unit done for quite some time), please check here, here, here, and here. Oh, and don't forget the Seasons Tree!
Please notify me via email (click the contact link to your right to find out how) if you find any broken links!


Basic Seasons Unit Links - for the Whole Year!

Winter Seasons Unit Links - December, January, February!

This post will be updated frequently until the unit is complete! If you're looking for other homeschool posts here at Sprittibee, you can scroll up to the very tip-top of the blog and type a keyword like "lesson plans" into the search box. If you have any trouble finding anything, shoot me an email.

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Sprittibee said...

Thanks Scott. Congratulations on your son's marriage. Such a lovely tribute in photo and music! I actually cried and I've never even met your family! Ha! Leave it to a woman.

As for me... I'm both - behind and ahead... who knows. I just live life on the razor's edge... taking it one day at a time and trying to lean on Jesus for the strength to endure it all!

Unknown said...

m'am uve got a lovely blog!! hats off to ur hardwork

Sprittibee said...

Thanks Aditya. I had a bit of help - I hired a blog designer as a blogiversary present to myself. ;)



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