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ways to celebrate advent
  Do you celebrate advent in your homeschool? I remember, as a kid, awaiting Christmas morning for days on end. We would celebrate Christmas by baking cookies, setting up a Christmas tree and lights, and attending parties in the days of December leading up to the big day. After about fifteen minutes of opening presents,
hey mama
Hey Mama, Naysayers. You know them well. In homeschooling, we all have those friends or family members who question our education choices. They are negative and disapproving of our decision to home educate. -“Your children won’t have the diversity of electives offered in public school.” -“How will they ever learn to properly socialize with others?”
fruits of the spirit
  Joy has always been of my favorite words. It just looks cheerful. But as homeschooling moms, it can be difficult to understand joy and even harder to find it on a consistent basis. We get too stuck on works and forget to rest in grace. Then the busyness of life steals our happiness, and
good bad dual enrollment
  Earning both college credit and high school credit by having a high school student take college courses is a win/win! Saving money on college by taking dual enrollment classes is yet another win. Many states offer dual enrollment grants, and some states offer dual enrollment classes for free! For those who do not live

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