I feel like I am still a blogger without a niche even after 3 years of blogging and I think I am okay with that. I claim to be a creative who is slightly ADD so I might as well embrace my personality even through my blogging, right? 2015 is done and gone but it’s always good to reflect back on a few significant posts which appealed to the masses.
My top educational post for 2015 was the Moses and the Plagues of Egypt Sensory Bin! This post was part of a series done through My Mundane and Miraculous Life. I was super excited to be apart of this series that it has got me thinking of more Bible themed posts for 2016. So be sure to stay tuned this year as we share more fun Bible themed activities for your little ones.
My next top educational post for 2015 was our Around the World in 30 Days: France Mini Unit Study! I created this unit to go along with Cutting Tiny Bites series Around the World in 30 Days. It was fun to come up with some ideas about France from items we had around the house.
My top “parenting” post for 2015 was my Summer Activities for Teens post. I knew that many local families were having trouble coming up with things for their older tweens and younger teens could do during the Summer. This post gave lots of ideas for those too young to get a job but needed ideas of what to do to stay busy. I had a handful of ideas to choose from.
My next top parenting post for 2015 was How a Juice Box Saved my Type 1 Diabetic Son’s Life! This post was written in part to get the word out about Type 1 Diabetes and the necessity to keep supplies on hand for low blood sugars. There has been a handful of times that my son’s blood glucose levels have dropped significantly in a very short time. Without a juice box handy we would have been calling the emergency squad!
There you have it folks my most popular posts for 2015. I hope your enjoyed them or if you have not read them YET then please take the time to read them. We appreciate your loyalty and taking the time to read our variety of posts from Busy Bags to Family Travel and from Homeschooling to Blogging resources.
What a wonderful year you have had. I really enjoyed your learning units!
Actually it’s been a crazy year but glad for a new one!
Christina @There's Just One Mommy says
Such a wonderful variety of posts!
When I taught I always had a juice box handy in my desk drawer. I had a few diabetic students, and, in fact, I have low blood sugar. Those juice boxes, put together with some peanut butter crackers saved me a few times.
Love your round up of top posts for the year!
Something Crunchy Mummy says
What a great year! Thanks for linking up to #justanotherlinky xx
What a great round up! Thank you for sharing at the Art of Home-Making Mondays at Strangers & Pilgrims on Earth! 🙂