Monthly Rhyme from Twiglet's book: "March in in, the winds begin!" Twiglet, the Little Christmas Tree Copyright 2003 by Phyllis and Janey Fisher.

Thursday, May 31, 2012

May and June's Quote and Rhyme froom Twiglet...

Spring Chalkboard
"With the end of school nearing, the children had two sayings to memorize: "May is here, the days are clear." & "June shines bright in the morning light." "Twiglet, the Little Christmas Tree" Chapter III, page 67.

Monday, April 30, 2012

April's Quote and Rhyme from Twiglet the Little Christmas Tree

  "The next day was Friday; the twins were so excited about the visit they could hardly keep their minds on schoolwork!  Miss Sarah had to remind them to get back to their studies by having them recite the saying for April: "Flowered lanes from April rains." "Twiglet, the Little Christmas Tree" Chapter III, page 62

Friday, March 2, 2012

March's Quote and Rhyme from Twiglet...

Books that Ruben and Rachel read.
"Rueben and Rachel had found the secret to learning.  They loved to read and learn about the mysteries of God's universe.  They also enjoyed learning a saying for each month.  At the beginning of each month, Miss Sarah wrote the new saying down on the chalkboard. The wind was blowing outside the schoolroom as she wrote:
March is in, the winds begin."
"Twiglet, the Little Christmas Tree" Chapter III, page 59

Wednesday, February 29, 2012

February's Quote and Rhyme from Twiglet...

"Miss Sarah truly cared for the children under her tutelage.  She asked the children to memorize a saying that would help them remember what made each month special.

PJ's Snowflake
     Miss Sarah wrote February's saying on the chalkboard, and as she pointed to the words, the children chanted:

"February sleeps in snows so deep."
"Twiglet the Little Christmas Tree", Chapter III, page 57

Saturday, December 31, 2011

January's Quote and Rhyme from Twiglet...

Miss Sarah's chalk and eraser
"Miss Sarah let school out for the Christmas holidays after she wrote January's saying on the chalk board: January winds blow, as we come and go." Rueben and Rachel applied for a scholarship.  While Rueben would be going to college to become a pharmacist, Rachel was thinking of becoming a teacher or maybe a nurse."  For more about Rueben and Rachel read "Twiglet, The Little Christmas Tree"   
"Twiglet, the Little Christmas Tree" Chapter VII, page 164. 

Thursday, January 1, 2009

Monday, March 10, 2008

Twiglet and the Twins are moving to Texas!!!


A lot of changes are in the works! Not only are Twiglet and the Twins moving to Texas, but our children's book of seven chapters will be broken down into seven booklets. We are excited about the change and will keep you updated on the booklets and our move!

Click Here to Visit BLOG VILLAGE

There are only...