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Don’t Miss Our Holiday Events – Time is Running Out!!

12 November 4:14 am
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Mid Year Switch Virtual Conference Disappointed with the direction your child’s education is headed? Are you stuck in…

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Meet Chef Flynn – Our VConference Keynote Speaker!

2 November 3:50 am
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What do you do when you’re a teenage boy dealing with the usual teenage problems plus a little negativity from the naysayers?…

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The Power of Enthusiasm in Your Homeschool

26 October 5:43 am
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Sponsored post by Time4Learning.com Have you ever noticed how contagious enthusiasm can be? You’ve witnessed it before:…

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Awesome Fall Crafts and Activities for Kids

19 October 3:48 pm
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The leaves are changing color and falling to the ground. The smell of pumpkin is in the air. Fall has finally arrived. This…

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Preschoolers + Parents + Play = Magic

18 October 8:58 am
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Sponsored post from Get Ready 4 Kindergarten How do young children learn? By trying things out through the filter of their…

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Resources for Computer Learning Month

27 September 1:34 pm

Undoubtedly, computer literacy has changed the way we learn things. They provide a portal into worlds we at one time only…

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Famous Writers Who Were Homeschooled

24 September 6:30 am
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Sponsored post from Time4Learning.com. This quote from Robert Frost’s poem “The Road Not Taken” could be viewed…

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Returning to Thank the Healer

21 September 6:39 am
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Luke 17:11-19 By Becky Keife I stand at the kitchen sink performing my nightly ritual. The water is scalding, but…

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Homeschooling: Unrealistic Expectations vs. Reality

19 September 5:35 am

When you started homeschooling did you imagine the perfect learning scenario? One where all your children wake up and start…

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How to Build Confidence in Your Young Writer

14 September 4:37 am
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Think back to the first time you ever held your newborn in your arms. That wriggling, tiny bundle of arms and legs felt so…

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