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December 2011

30 December 2:00 am
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Mothmatic!

Craig Gibson from www.mothmatic.com would like Homeschool.com readers to know about his Math website.  Mothmatic offers…

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28 December 2:00 am
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Winter Camps

Do your kids love summer camp?  Perhaps they can attend camp in the winter! Check out the local zoo, the local Discovery…

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21 December 2:00 am
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Travel with Kids

Explore the world with the Roberts family, learning where to go, what to see & do, and how to travel with kids! Created…

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19 December 2:00 am
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The Key to…. Series

The Key to..®Series are affordable math workbooks for elementary, middle, and high school math students. Separate mathematical…

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16 December 2:00 am
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First Day of Winter

This year, the first day of winter, or the Winter Solstice for the Northern Hemisphere will be December 22.  On this day,…

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14 December 2:00 am
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Is One of Your 2012 Resolutions to be More Organized?

If being more organized is one of your goals for the upcoming year, check out MySchoolYear.com -- a site that allows you…

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12 December 2:00 am
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Stunning Data Regarding Kids and Technology

Asa Zanatta from K5Learning.com writes-- Recent research demonstrates how early and how quickly young children are adopting…

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10 December 2:00 am
Posted By dailynews

FREE WEBINAR — Verbal Problems Demystified

WHEN:                Wednesday, December 14, 2011 TIME:                   From 3:15 to 4:00 p.m. (Eastern…

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8 December 2:00 am
Posted By dailynews

When Santa Got Sick

An instant Christmas classic... Are you raising your children to believe in the birth of Jesus Christ, but still embrace…

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7 December 2:00 am
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The NY Times has a Request for Homeschool.com Readers

Katherine Shulten, Editor of NYT Learning Network (http://learning.blogs.nytimes.com/), wrote the following, specifically…

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