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    Tuesday, July 29, 2014

    Best Online Resources to Help You Write Better

    Best Online Resources to Help You Write Better This is a guest blog post written by Robert Morris Some authors would tell you that they don’t need more than a typewriter to bring their imagination to life, but the truth is, they could make their work much easier by utilizing online resources. Below are 12 […]     READ MORE >>

    Best Online Resources to Help You Write Better
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Monday, July 28, 2014

    Bubbles – Science and Fun

    Bubbles- Science and Fun! Bubbles aren’t just kid stuff any more. Computer scientists at Bristol University in England are studying bubbles as a new kind of surface for displaying information. They’re devising different sized bubbles on which to project short-term images to use in teaching, office communications, retail, entertainment and much more. Sunny day or rainy […]     READ MORE >>

    Bubbles – Science and Fun
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    Friday, July 25, 2014

    Summer and College Application Process

          Do you have a student that’s going to be a high school senior?   If you do, the summer before entering his senior year should be fun….but it should also be a time to prepare for the college application process.   Here are some helpful hints from an expert in college admissions– 1. Do […]     READ MORE >>

    Summer and College Application Process
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    Thursday, July 24, 2014

    AP Classes vs. Trade Training

    AP Classes vs. Trade Training: Which One is Right for Your Teen? If you are homeschooling a high school student, it’s time to discuss his/her future.  What does your student want to do beyond high school?  This will impact what type of courses s/he takes during high school.  Is your student strictly academic or more […]     READ MORE >>

    AP Classes vs. Trade Training
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Wednesday, July 23, 2014

    Pep Rally Podcast Series

      Schools.com recently released their Prep Rally podcast series, which provides guidance from top university professionals. Recent segments feature professionals from Marquette University, University of Maryland and Pamona College and the Prep Rally podcasts cover such topics as: Degree programs Unique course offerings Admissions criteria and tips Certainly worth looking into if you have a […]     READ MORE >>

    Pep Rally Podcast Series
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    Tuesday, July 22, 2014

    Home Education & Language

    How digital education in the homeschool setting can provide individualized learning Author: Linda Noack, Homeschool Mom Why do people home educate their children? It could be because of inflexibility in a family schedule. It might be for financial reasons. Maybe home education addresses an area of learning that is not available in the local public or private schools. It […]     READ MORE >>

    Home Education & Language
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    Monday, July 21, 2014

    What’s on Homeschool.com’s 101 Things To Do List?

        2. Buy several pairs of inexpensive sunglasses (think the Dollar Store) and decorate them. http://www.bhg.com/crafts/kids/outdoor-projects/kids-summer-sunglasses/ 14. Go camping—even if it’s in your backyard! If you happen to have a trampoline–trampolines make great sleeping surfaces. 26. Learn about compound interest and start a savings account. Check out What Happens When You Double a Penny […]     READ MORE >>

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