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All this month, Teresa Evans and Everyday Games will challenge your kids to read better and do their math more efficiently with bright, printable games that are so much fun your kids might forget they are learning. Give games such as “Round the Scarecrow Find a Multiple” or “Falling Leaves Word Builder” a try this
With another Homeschool Minute from The Homeschool Channel, here is Gena Suarez, Publisher of The Old Schoolhouse Magazine. Your plans or God’s… Just click the play button to listen.
Click on the Article Below to Read Article Spotlight~ *Amidst all of God’s glory, does your toddler first recognize man-made arches painted yellow? *Are you enduring an upward battle when it comes to getting your little ones to eat healthy food? *Where and how to you even begin to spark interest in healthy
“Stones have been known to move and trees to speak.” This month’s Simply Shakespeare unit is offering something new and different. No, it doesn’t have talking trees, but perhaps it has the next best thing! Rachel Ann Rogish and Sharla Orren debut their newly expanded Simply Shakespeare format this month with their study on MacBeth
Until the Robin Walks on Snow By Bernice L. Rocque From 3Houses http://3houses.com Until the Robin Walks on Snow is a compelling story with lots of opportunities for discussion in homeschooling families. Here is the description: It is 1922. An immigrant family and their devoted midwife struggle to save a tiny premature baby (1.5
Welcome to our monthly Spotlight on Five! Literature No new curriculum? Were my parents joking? Do school without schoolbooks? It was 1980 and my parents were on staff at Youth With a Mission (YWAM) in Austria. The year before, I had studied with other American children. That year I was the only English-speaking child. “You