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Are You in a Dry Spell?

Check this out! It’s an up-close photo of bacteria through the microscope lens. We grew the bacteria ourselves. Ask any homeschooling parents and you will find that at one time or another, they’ve hit dry spells along their homeschooling journey. … Continue reading

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Encouragement Along the Way

This article (originally published in WHO’s News, Convention Edition, 2014) set the stage for Peggy Blanchard’s Convention Workshop – Keeping Learning a Choice, Not a Chore We began our homeschooling journey in 1988 before there were co-ops, classes, or even … Continue reading

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Where Learning Happens

I liked the movie Big Hero 6 but then, I am a sucker for sob stories. The children though… they had a different perspective. Coming out the movie, all the way home in the car and on into the morning, … Continue reading

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Maximizing Homeschooling Success

Written guarantees to successful homeschooling are not issued by anyone, but you can create a home atmosphere that will maximize the homeschooling family’s potential to succeed over the long-haul. Parents, however, must remain the day-to-day on-going learners of their children, … Continue reading

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Curriculum Review of Movie Lit: The Classics go to the Movies!

  Step 1: Watch the Movie Together My daughter is a sophomore this year and she does not like to read. When I started planning this year (last spring), I remembered curriculum someone had told me about several years ago, … Continue reading

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