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Christmas Cookies Holidays & Occasions Recipe Box

Spider Cookies

Spider cookies are the perfect treat to make and eat while reading a Cobweb Christmas. 1 6 oz. bag chocolate chips 1 6 oz. bag butterschotch chips 1- 12 oz. bag of chow mein noodles 1 cup peanuts (optional) Melt chips together, add chow mein …

About Brenda Sain

Brenda Sain is a homeschooling mother of five who has a wonderful husband encouraging her to be the woman that God has created her to be. Together they are very intentional about spending time together as a family. She considers her daily life with her children as her ministry and has found many avenues to encourage others to live a lifestyle of learning. She is the founder of an online homeschool community, Our Lifestyle of Learning (http://www.ourlifestyleoflearning), and a curriculum review site authored by a group of well-known homeschool bloggers, Curriculum Choice (http://www.thecurriculumchoice.com). She blogs about their homeschool journey and family traditions at Tie That Binds Us. (http://www.thetiethatbindsus.blogspot.com).

Book & Online Resource Reviews Christmas Holidays & Occasions

Cobweb Christmas

A favorite book to pull out for younger children in our home is Cobweb Christmas. It is based on a folktale with roots going back more than 200 years. Versions of this story have been told in many lands, including Germany, Poland, Russia, Romania and Great Britain. …

About Brenda Sain

Brenda Sain is a homeschooling mother of five who has a wonderful husband encouraging her to be the woman that God has created her to be. Together they are very intentional about spending time together as a family. She considers her daily life with her children as her ministry and has found many avenues to encourage others to live a lifestyle of learning. She is the founder of an online homeschool community, Our Lifestyle of Learning (http://www.ourlifestyleoflearning), and a curriculum review site authored by a group of well-known homeschool bloggers, Curriculum Choice (http://www.thecurriculumchoice.com). She blogs about their homeschool journey and family traditions at Tie That Binds Us. (http://www.thetiethatbindsus.blogspot.com).