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#1 Explore the World From Home

  As homeschoolers, we often seek positive learning experiences outside of traditional academic work. One of the ways our family learns about the world is through hosting International Students. We’ve been borrowing other people’s children for many years. We started with fostering and later began hosting secondary school students from other countries. We’ve had students

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  I have to admit that I’ve never been an “outdoorsy” person. Bugs, pollen, dirt- I’m not a big fan of these. But I have wanted to expose my kids to nature and guide them to learn about and appreciate the things that God has made. So I’ve always made a deliberate effort to get

A Broad Horizon

Wednesday, 22 June 2016 by
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  The possibilities can be limitless, fueled by your imagination and passion! That is what it means to homeschool; the horizon is indeed broad! Doing something new or unknown can produce amazing results. If you are uncomfortable with your current school situation, want to provide your children with the most effective curriculum for their ability,

Rabbits and Revolution

Wednesday, 22 June 2016 by
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  I know, you think I’ve gone off my rocker. “Rabbits have nothing to do with revolutions,” you say. They do if they are two of the newest courses on SchoolhouseTeachers.com. American Revolution with A. K. Fielding is a nine-week course that introduces middle school students to the key battles—Lexington and Concord, Bunker Hill, Saratoga,

Mission Possible

  Stay at home mom’s have a reputation for being thrifty and resourceful.   As more and more families join the ranks of homeschoolers, these moms see their time out of the traditional workforce being extended, and many of them (us!), are reimagining what it means to earn income while raising our kids.  In this

Take Note

Monday, 20 June 2016 by
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  We have new classes on SchoolhouseTeachers.com that are perfect for summer! Fun with Music by Susan Brown, is for children in elementary through high school. It is a collection of four games that use flash cards to help students learn important musical terminology including note names, music intervals and key signatures, symbols, and other

Momma Needs Her Rest

Monday, 20 June 2016 by
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  We moms can all agree that when it comes to getting a bit of rest, it’s  “easier said than done.”  Yet we all need it. And it’s something we have to choose to do. We will never get that rest unless we are intentional about it. We simply have to determine that we will

MusicMatters

  As a piano teacher, I see the values of music every day.  What I often see in parents is a struggle.  They try piano for a short while and when the child loses interest another activity is found to supplant it.  I meet parents painfully unaware of what learning an instrument, especially the piano,

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