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Fall Fun for All

Fall Fun for All

It’s fall! School is in full swing, the leaves have been changing colors, and you’re probably wondering what fall-specific activities you could convince your kids to do. As a homeschooled high schooler with a little brother, I can tell you what fall activities are...

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Writing for Publication: Getting Started

Writing for Publication: Getting Started

Martin Luther once wrote, “If you want to change the world, pick up your pen and write.” While changing the planet might be beyond your goal, writing remains a powerful method of conveying information and emotions. As the author of hundreds of published articles,...

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Relationships—Get Equipped

Relationships—Get Equipped

Hello! Happy fall! Here we are in October. It’s hard to believe we are only a few months away from ringing in 2022. Yet, it seems like 2021 has flown by. So much in life has changed and continues to change.  Have the changes made it more challenging to manage...

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Student Contests & Opportunities

Student Contests & Opportunities

Contests can provide a healthy opportunity to motivate our students to do their best work. With their varied topics, they offer your student a chance to explore and learn about a subject, person, part of history, or field they may not be as familiar with. It can also...

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Build Your Own Community

Build Your Own Community

You need a loaf of bread. You can go to the store, grab a pre-made, pre-sliced, pre-bagged loaf off the shelf, scan it on your pay-as-you-shop app, and head home. Easy peasy! Or, you can go to the store, buy flour and yeast, head home, look up a recipe for making...

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Math: Which Approach?

Math: Which Approach?

Math is everywhere. Even if you don’t notice it, you use some type of math skill everyday. You might be doing something directly with numbers, like setting a weekly budget, balancing your checkbook, or baking cookies. However, math isn’t always so direct; you use...

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Help! My Child is Behind in Reading

Help! My Child is Behind in Reading

Many new homeschoolers’ first stumbling block is the realization that, despite assurances by teachers over the years, their child’s reading ability is not nearly as good as parents had assumed. As a parent, our first instinct is to grab every reading help workbook,...

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