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    Monday, April 23, 2018

    Your Child Learned to Read. Now What?

    Guest post sponsored by Time4Learning There are certain milestones when it comes to your child’s academic achievements, but few surpass the triumph of when your child first learns to read. Do you recall that proud moment when your child began reading independently, and the bittersweet moment when he/she was the one reading the bedtime story […]     READ MORE >>

    Your Child Learned to Read. Now What?
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Friday, April 20, 2018

    Entrepreneurial Ideas for Homeschool Kids

    Do you have kids who are looking for ways to start a home-based business? Homeschooled kids often have the opportunity to devote extra time to things other than school during the day. Because of this, starting a home-based business is feasible. Benefits of Kids Earning Money Many homeschooling families live on just one income, and […]     READ MORE >>

    Entrepreneurial Ideas for Homeschool Kids
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Wednesday, April 18, 2018

    Earth Day Study Resources

    Are you a “Green Goddess” or a “Trash it Tom? Recycling is an important thing we can all do to help preserve our environment. No doubt, you’ve heard the phrase “Reduce, Reuse, Recycle,” but have you ever given much thought as to what that phrase means? Earth Day is a wonderful time to practice eco-friendly […]     READ MORE >>

    Earth Day Study Resources
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Monday, April 16, 2018

    4 Things Elementary Writers Need to Master Before Middle School

    Guest post sponsored by Time4Writing.com You know that feeling where you turn around twice, and your infant is suddenly walking and talking? Then you turn around again a couple times, and your toddler is writing letters and sounding out simple words? That phenomenon doesn’t end once your student is in the school years – – […]     READ MORE >>

    4 Things Elementary Writers Need to Master Before Middle School
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Wednesday, April 11, 2018

    The Cost of Low Literacy to the Nation

    Did you know that the U.S is the only country (out of 30) where the current generation is less educated than the previous generation? Literacy rates are down, and this fact has a huge impact on the nation as a whole. In spite of the government’s efforts to improve education, the statistics speak poorly of […]     READ MORE >>

    The Cost of Low Literacy to the Nation
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Thursday, April 05, 2018

    YES I CAN – ANOTHER BENEFIT OF SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS

    Summer enrichment is traditionally considered to be a great way to expose students to new or more advanced areas of learning during the long summer vacation break. No argument there. But the right kind of summer enrichment program can play another significant role in a student’s academic success and that is in helping prevent summer […]     READ MORE >>

    YES I CAN – ANOTHER BENEFIT OF SUMMER ENRICHMENT PROGRAMS
  • Homeschool Spotlight

    Wednesday, April 04, 2018

    Grounding Yourself in Mathematics

    By Karen Branch – Homeschool math guest post by www.ctcmath.com There’s that moment in every comedy where the befuddled comic relief character says, “Wait a second…” as he notices something like his house was slowly emptied of all its possessions while he was distracted by the clever antagonist. As parents and teachers, we are hoping to […]     READ MORE >>

    Grounding Yourself in Mathematics

 

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Free MLK day mini unit study
The Civil Rights Movement took place in the U.S. from 1954-1968. Because African Americans didnt have the same rights as white citizens, the goal was to gain equality by ending segregation and discrimination. Civil rights activists fought and protested for equal opportunities in education, employment, housing, and the right to vote.

Martin Luther King, Jrs involvement in the Civil Rights Movement began in 1955 with the Montgomery bus boycott in Alabama. Teach your children more about this important man in history with our FREE Martin Luther King, Jr. unit study.

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Polar Express Mini Unit Study
The Polar Express by Chris Van Allsburg is one of the most popular books/movies to study during the holidays. One way to teach this story is by using a unit study. Unit studies cover a variety of subjects that all center around one theme (in this case, The Polar Express). Spice up your homeschool with this FREE Polar Express unit study.

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