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  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Thursday, July 27, 2017

    Join NOW – Our Helping Hand Support Group Starts on FRIDAY!

    Homeschool.com gives you “A Helping Hand in Homeschooling” “Watch in Amazement as Your Homeschool Becomes What You’ve Always Dreamed It Could Be!” Welcome! We are so glad you can join us. You are not alone. Now you have a beautiful, loving support group and together we are going to help you give your children the […]     READ MORE >>

    Join NOW – Our Helping Hand Support Group Starts on FRIDAY!
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Wednesday, July 26, 2017

    Summer Readers Becoming Summer Writers

    Summer Readers Becoming Summer Writers This is a guest blog post written by Beth Fine, the author of all the great books at http://imaginepurple.com   If the maxim “Readers are writers” could instantly convert your homeschooled kids into Shakespeare, Browning, or Grisham, your bookshelves would bulge with their massive output. However, having taught a workshop […]     READ MORE >>

    Summer Readers Becoming Summer Writers
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Tuesday, July 25, 2017

    OwlPizza – a FREE Multiplication and Spelling Resource

    We received this e-mail from a homeschooling father – he wants to share his multiplication website with you.  It’s a FREE resource, so you might want to check it out. Hi there, I’m a programmer dad, turned travelling homeschooler. My kids and I have built a resource we’d really like to find a way of […]     READ MORE >>

    OwlPizza – a FREE Multiplication and Spelling Resource
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Monday, July 24, 2017

    Pepe Builds a Nest – an Anti-Bullying Book for Kids

    Ted Cohen has written a series of illustrated children’s books in verse, Stories for the Early Years. Currently, there are three books in the series, each teaching one or more valuable life lessons: Book 1, an anti-bullying story, is titled Pepe Builds a Nest. It addresses bullying, making the right decisions, friendship, and forgiveness. (The […]     READ MORE >>

    Pepe Builds a Nest – an Anti-Bullying Book for Kids
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Friday, July 21, 2017

    A Helping Hand in Homeschooling with Homeschool.com

    Homeschool.com gives you “A Helping Hand in Homeschooling” “Watch in Amazement as Your Homeschool Becomes What You’ve Always Dreamed It Could Be!” Welcome! We are so glad you can join us. You are not alone. Now you have a beautiful, loving support group and together we are going to help you give your children the […]     READ MORE >>

    A Helping Hand in Homeschooling with Homeschool.com
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Thursday, July 20, 2017

    Fitivities – The Active Learning Series for Homeschoolers

    Fitivities is such a GREAT product! And it’s a Homeschool.com Back to Homeschool Awards winner this year! Homeschool.com staffer Ann took Fitivities home – and her entire family LOVED it! You might want to check this product out – www.fitivities.com/homeschool!       READ MORE >>

    Fitivities – The Active Learning Series for Homeschoolers
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Wednesday, July 19, 2017

    Back to Homeschool Awards – Part II

    Yesterday, we published Part I of the Back to Homeschool Awards. The companies are listed alphabetically – and we published  A-F. Today we have G- U (there is no Z). If you missed yesterday’s blog, you can read the entire list here.   2017 Back to Homeschool Award Winners G – U Gregory Howard Gebhart, […]     READ MORE >>

    Back to Homeschool Awards – Part II
 
The Back to Homeschool Awards Have PublishedThe Back to Homeschool Awards Have Published
Tuesday, July 18, 2017

  Yes, it’s that time of year again! As homeschoolers we’re always looking for super curriculum, great courses, supplemental material and more – but especially so during the Back to Homeschool season when we’re gearing up for next year. Having a little advice always help.  So, Homeschool.com staffers researched different homeschooling products, curriculum, and websites, […]
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The Great Escapes BooksThe Great Escapes Books
Monday, July 17, 2017

  This new series of books has everything young readers want: non-stop exploits, pulse-pounding quests, and young heroes! Great Escapes explores real historical events and shows young people working together to escape lethal situations—both natural and man-made. Great Escapes Gare Thompson Each book: Paperback Approx. 162–178 pp. 5 1/4″ x 7 9/16″ $7.99, Can$9.99 You […]
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Homeschool.com Product Review – Music History: An Introduction and OverviewHomeschool.com Product Review – Music History: An Introduction and Overview
Friday, July 14, 2017

  This is a product review from Homeschool.com. The Royal Conservatory Music Development Program is offering a new online class – Music History: An Introduction and Overview. It’s a great overview of music history – perfect for learning the styles, genres, composers and their masterworks that helped shape the Baroque, Classical, Romantic, and Modern eras. […]
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The DOW Bee Mental Math Project – a FREE ResourceThe DOW Bee Mental Math Project – a FREE Resource
Thursday, July 13, 2017

The DOW Bee Mental Math Project Want to learn how to  convert any date occurring this year into its weekday equivalent – and do it faster than someone can look it up?  You just need to understand the mathematical algorithm!  Learn it, and you’ll be able to convert any calendar date into its weekday equivalent […]
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The NASA@ My Library ProjectThe NASA@ My Library Project
Wednesday, July 12, 2017

75 public libraries selected as NASA@ My Library Partners   Seventy‐five U.S. public libraries have been selected to receive resources, training and support through NASA@ My Library, a STEM education initiative that will increase and enhance STEM learning opportunities for library patrons throughout the nation, including geographic areas and populations currently underserved in STEM education. […]
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101 Things To Do This Summer – So Many FUN Things To Do!101 Things To Do This Summer – So Many FUN Things To Do!
Tuesday, July 11, 2017

  Homeschool.com’s 101 Things To Do This Summer list is chock-full of educational and fun things to do.  Maybe your kids will be interested in some of the following – Have a cannonball competition with your friends. Read the following link and you just might win! http://www.popularmechanics.com/outdoors/sports/physics/physics-of-cannonball-splash Decorate your flip-flops. Be creative! http://adornabelle.com/how-to-decorate-your-own-flip-flops Learn to […]
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Environment Collection for Kids BooksEnvironment Collection for Kids Books
Thursday, July 06, 2017

The Environment Collection for Kids books is a series of books aimed at children 6 to 10 years old. The books are written by David Palatnik (writer and illustrator of children’s books) and Dr. Israel Felzenszwalb, Ph.D., (biologist and professor at the Federal University of Rio de Janeiro).  The books are available in five languages: […]
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Summer Journaling – It’s a Thing!Summer Journaling – It’s a Thing!
Wednesday, July 05, 2017

Looking for something new to do this summer?  Summer journaling about all of your summer activities might be just the thing for you and your children.  Not only does keeping a journal provide you and your children with something productive, constructive, and FUN to do this summer, it also provides a tangible, lasting way to […]
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July 4th – Did You Know?July 4th – Did You Know?
Tuesday, July 04, 2017

On July 2nd, 1776, the Continental Congress voted in favor of independence, and two days later its delegates adopted the Declaration of Independence. From 1776 until the present day, July 4th has been celebrated as the birth of American independence.
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4th of July and the 101 Things To Do This Summer4th of July and the 101 Things To Do This Summer
Monday, July 03, 2017

  Homeschool.com’s 101/103 Things To Do This Summer list contains lots of great activities and educational ideas.  Some are perfect for the 4th of July!  For example –   Carve a watermelon! There are great ideas in the link below. Parental assistance may be necessary. http://www.watermelon.org/Carvings   Compete in a sack or wheelbarrow race.   Learn […]
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Have you heard of Explore Local Box?Have you heard of Explore Local Box?
Friday, June 30, 2017

  Explore Local Box is a monthly subscription service that sends informational and fun boxes about different cities in the United States.  Boxes contain locally made products and food items – all made by local artisans/small businesses. Explore Local Box offers an Explore with kids! add-on to pique your children’s interest in the city that […]
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We Don’t Homeschool for Religious ReasonsWe Don’t Homeschool for Religious Reasons
Wednesday, June 28, 2017

We Don’t Homeschool for Religious Reasons This post was originally published on the BookShark blog.   Homeschooling has come a long way in the last fifteen years. It used to be that most homeschoolers were educating at home because of religious reasons and mostly kept their children hidden at home—concerned that too much exposure to […]
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