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Four more Lutheran crafts

LutheranHomeschool.com is pleased to offer four more FREE Lutheran crafts!

  1. A Liturgicraft Printable – Time of the Church Kaleidocycle (AMAZING)
  2. A very nice Magnificat Coloring Page pairing free artwork with TLH text (and remember that August 15th commemorates Mary, the Mother of our Lord),
  3. A very nice Benedictus Coloring Page (similar to the Magnificat for September 6th), and
  4. A Rosary Poster for beading prayer beads (Yes, some Lutherans pray with a Rosary or prayer beads and kids often love to bead. Luther continued to pray the “Hail Mary” in this way: “Hail Mary, full of grace, the Lord is with Thee. Blessed art thou among women and blessed is the fruit of thy womb, Jesus.” )
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St. Martin of Tours Mission to the Armed Forces Homeschool Co-op

Brothers and sisters, I am so excited about the newest Lutheran homeschooling resources on LutheranHomeschool.com! We have a new vendor, Rev. and Mrs. Gandy, and they have just added four tremendous co-op/ liturgical living resources, titled under “St. Martin of Tours Mission to the Armed Forces Homeschool Co-op”!

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Lutheran Coloring Books & Pages

Ladies & Gentlemen, our latest resource on LutheranHomeschool.com is a free compiled list of Lutheran coloring books & pages. Please do let us know if you have more recommendations we should add.

Just so you know, our current projects underway include 1) a family Bible curriculum, 2) a middle school (and older) curriculum tentatively titled Liturgy Lessons: Welcome to Your Hymnal, and 3) a list of 3 or 4 hymn suggestions for each week of the church year. Now, it got too complicated trying to avoid repetition while offering lectionary-specific pieces, so the hymn selection mostly follows the one year lectionary but is chock full of great confessing hymns applicable throughout a Christians life.

There is also a high school apologetics course that we’re just not quite sure the status of. 🙂

So we’re busy, busy! Please say a prayer, if you would, for our vendors as they do their best for the families and for fellow Lutheran homeschoolers, too.

Blessings!

Mary

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Homeschool Co-op Guidance

Our latest product is free guidance and a template for those considering forming/joining/hosting a homeschool co-op. We did try to compile a list of existing Lutheran co-ops but there are many more that we simply are unaware of.

Also, as much as we try to compile before publishing, we’ve already been able to expand our free Compiled List of Resources for Apologetics with a list of Lutheran-recommended (rather than Lutheran-written) books, and we are up to eleven Lutheran teachers & tutors with five or six more still considering their schedules, etc. Yay!

As always, let us know if we can improve our resources! We can best do that through your feedback.

Blessings on your summer!

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New Vendor & Two Free Printables!

Ladies & Gentlemen, LutheranHomeschool.com has a new vendor: The Faithful Homeschool by Jennifer Whalen, who you just might follow as @thefaithfulhomeschool on Instagram. 🙂 Jennifer’s background is in education, and she has a Master’s Degree in Education with several years of teaching experience before becoming a homeschooling mom. We’re excited to have her join our team, as she has pursues a Lutheran, Charlotte Mason-inspired approach to homeschooling.

Her first two products are both freebies (Yay!): a nice printable of The Lord’s Prayer and a likewise lovely printable of the 10 Commandments.

Any other printables you’d like to see? Anything else we ought to work on? Let us know, and we’ll see what we can do!

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More Compiled Resources

Ladies & Gentlemen, I won’t tell you every time I’ve compiled another list, but I will tell you more work has been done. There are now 15 products under the category of “Free Compilation of Resources,” so I’m pretty pleased!

Recent additions include:

As always, I’d love to hear about even more resources to share!

With respect,

Mary