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Michelle Hulse
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writer, geek, Saints fan, homeschooler, crafty chick
writer, geek, Saints fan, homeschooler, crafty chick

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The Winter: 2013 issue of Art Together is available, with a focus on LINE. Click below for all the information, including a discount code for 20% off. Issues One (COLOR) and Two are now available as a bundle as well.

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"Some parenting 'experts' suggest leaving your child in a bored condition, as though once bored long enough, stores of creativity will rush forward." 

Usually, we need to do more.  We need to check our routines, adjust our environment, or examine where we're focusing our attention.

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"For a long time, my youngest has been pretty resistant to  . . . well, she's been pretty resistant."

"Project time with me has been nonexistent.  Until recently."

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"I'm so excited about this week's giveaway (more on that in a moment).  It's all about making art, about reminding us that it's painless and fun.  To make it even easier, there's a brand new e-zine created by Amy, from Amy Hood Arts.  Amy is all about encouraging families to create art together, to relax and experiment, and to instill in our children (and ourselves) the idea that art is for everyone."

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Really excited to announce a new e-zine designed to encourage and inspire kids and adults to explore and experiment with art together. The first issue focuses on color--come see what it's all about!

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How we got started with project-based homeschooling.

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How we deal with the space between projects and continue to grow and learn even without any specific goals in mind.

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"Today, I'm sharing our new spring rhythm.  We do NOT follow this exactly.  Not even close to exactly.  And on Mondays?  Pffft . . . throw it all out the window.  Nice sunny days?  Throw it out and play outside.  We're extremely flexible with this, but it's always nice to have a spine for our days . . . to have goals."

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