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Reading: The Power of Relationships and Books

Posted by on Oct 10, 2017 in newsletter week 11, Reading/Literature, Slider, Teaching Ideas | 0 comments

I was a bone-weary traveler as I pulled up to the bed-and-breakfast in eastern Tennessee. I had driven more than four hundred miles that...

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“I Can’t Homeschool Anymore!”

Posted by on Jul 24, 2017 in Christian Parenting, Homeschool Encouragement, Newsletter Week 8, Slider | 1 comment

“I can’t homeschool anymore. I’m just too overwhelmed by it all. I quit,” she said. My heart went out to this young homeschool mom as we...

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The Most Important Ingredient In Homeschool Curriculum Buying

Posted by on Apr 24, 2017 in Curriculum, Getting Started, Homeschool How-To, Newsletter Week 4, Select Curriculum, Slider | Comments Off on The Most Important Ingredient In Homeschool Curriculum Buying

I’ve heard it on the news, read it on the internet, and seen its truth with my own eyes: This generation of young people is the first in...

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Can We Prepare for Standardized Tests?

Posted by on Apr 13, 2017 in Homeschool How-To, Newsletter Week 3 | 2 comments

How Can We Prepare Our Kids for Standardized Tests? My son John did not begin reading until he was seven years old. He had mastered the...

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What Should Your Homeschool Classroom Should Look Like?

Posted by on Jan 4, 2017 in Encouragement, Homeschool Encouragement, Planning and Organization, Slider | Comments Off on What Should Your Homeschool Classroom Should Look Like?

Some of the most traumatic memories I have of our early homeschool years involve standardized testing. During the 1980s in South Carolina,...

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