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January 2018

29 January 7:00 am
Posted By Tasha Swearingen

Fresh Start: Scheduling for the Homeschooling Family

Are you looking for new ways to keep your homeschool days organized? Creating and implementing a family schedule might be…

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26 January 6:19 am
Posted By Jamie Gaddy

The Mid-Year Transition: From Public School to Homeschooling

 The Mid-Year Transition: From Public School to Homeschooling You may have recently decided that your child would benefit…

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24 January 7:00 am
Posted By Tasha Swearingen

Spotlight On: Elementary Math – 5 Ways to Use Math Manipulatives in Your Homeschool

Looking for more ways to reinforce math concepts for your children? Try math manipulatives! Depending on your child’s learning…

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22 January 10:39 am
Posted By Jamie Gaddy

Vote Now!! Top 100 Educational Websites

It's that time again - time to voice your opinion and let the homeschool world know just what educational websites or resources…

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19 January 6:45 am
Posted By Tasha Swearingen

Ice Lanterns – January STEAM Experiment

Mixing science and technology with engineering (construction), art, and math is at the heart of STEAM experiments. Each month,…

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18 January 12:00 pm
Posted By Jamie Gaddy

Video Fun with Rebecca Kochenderfer

Don't miss this super homeschool fun video playing the "Would You Rather" game with co-founder Rebecca Kochenderfer.…

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17 January 6:22 am
Posted By Jamie Gaddy

What to Look for in Good Educational Games

This post is by our contributing sponsor, 7 Generation Games. Quality educational games have the ability to revolutionize…

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15 January 4:13 pm
Posted By Jamie Gaddy

Homeschool Writing Assignments for Every Grade Level

The beginning of a new year always seems to put homeschool parents in the mood to try new things. You’re fully aware of…

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12 January 7:06 am
Posted By Tasha Swearingen

FREE Martin Luther King, Jr. Resource Guide

The Civil Rights Movement took place in the U.S. from 1954-1968. Because African Americans didn’t have the same rights…

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10 January 6:21 am
Posted By Jamie Gaddy

Why Your Kids Should Use Educational Games

This post is from our contributing sponsor, 7 Generation Games. Kids will play a video game 50 times to incrementally improve,…

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