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Note: As of 2017, The New Homemaker is an archive. The articles on the site are all original to TNH.

Looking for a project you and your children can do together? Here's one that can be picked up and put down throughout the year: Remembering Journals--scrapbooks devoted to particular subjects or events, assembled primarily by the children. The results can be a valuable "log book" for your family.

Children from about the age of 6 upwards can make these journals but the younger the children, obviously the more you will have to help them. The purpose of the project is to practice writing and drawing skills and to learn about the world around us.

Gabba gabba hey! Get that out of your mouth! A review
The Andrea Yates case throws a spotlight on a controversial Christian movement
Clear out the clutter, make some butter!