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      Using Home School in the Woods is an amazing family learning program that has been a wonderful way to encourage interest in the study of world history. I've even found that no matter what lessons are...
      Having kids who love all different activities and ways of learning is part of what keeps homeschooling interesting. I'm a huge fan of hands-on activities and this is why I make certain that we keep focusing on...
      Learning and talking about the Bible is an important part of our family and something that we can try to incorporate into our daily lives. And sometimes when the world around us seems a bit crazy, it's...
      If you have ever tried to teach a child with a learning disability then you know what a challenge it can be. It can be hard not only for the person trying to...
      With Spring Break on the horizon, homeschool families all over are wondering if the plan is to take some time off or stick with a routine and schedule to stay on track. And honestly, that choice...
      I don't know about you but homeschooling during the winter months can feel really, really exhausting at times. While everyone tends to get a bit of cabin fever during these cold and dreary months, homeschoolers tend...
      As I've said before, every year during the month of December we take the enteire month off of our regular homeschool studies. This means no book work, no regular lessons, etc. Now, that doesn't mean that we don't do...
      During the Christmas holiday we take the entire month of December off of school. We spend that time learning about the Christmas story, making treats and gifts for friends and neighbors and just spend extra time together. It has helped...
      If you've been on the hunt for a great sensory activity and craft, this Ocean Animal Slime may be the answer to your needs! First off, everyone loves slime. Adults and kids alike just cannot say no to the ooey-gooey...
      Many years ago we started teaching our children using the Montessori Method. I love the way it taught the kids to do it themselves, and it was particularly great for our autistic kiddos. The Montessori way of teaching is...
      Disclaimer: I received TypeKids for free and was compensated for writing this post. I was not required to write a positive review, and all opinions are the honest opinions of my children or myself. Please read my full disclosure...
      Disclosure: I received the product for free and was compensated for writing it. I was not required to write a positive review, and all opinions are the honest opinions of my children or myself. Please read my full disclosure...

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