Some of my favorite things to motivate me

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Winter and rainy days often leave me unmotivated and lethargic.  Sometimes are worse than others.  There are some things that help to get me past that and I created a basic easy list of things that I do in order to combat those times.   Use a planner – Defining goals, setting up to do […]

What to do if you need help in a subject?

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Having been stuck on a math or science problem a few times while teaching my kids, I know how much that makes you doubt your ability to homeschool. I don’t know how they handled that when homeschooling was new.  Now the answer is literary a keystroke away.  With Google and YouTube you can feel confident […]

HISTORY Through the Ages Project Passport World History Study: Review

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For the last several weeks, my daughter and I have been using and reviewing HISTORY Through the Ages Project Passport World History Study: Renaissance & Reformation by Home School in the Woods for our history curriculum. Home School in the Woods has many wonderful history products that fully engage your child by providing hands on learning. […]

Extra Curricular Activities and Homeschooling

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When people talk about cons of homeschooling, many folks cite the inability be involved in sports, music or other clubs.  Is that really true though?  Maybe many years ago in the past when homeschooling was first starting and in its infancy but not now. Now there are many community sports and activities as well as […]

What is Bible Journaling?

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I admit I used to be the one who was hesitant to even highight or underline in my Bible. I would think “this is God’s Word and shouldn’t be writing all over it.” Well I have changed that way of thinking recently after reading about Bible journaling. What exactly is Bible journaling you may ask? […]

Bible Journaling

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I recently bought a Journaling Bible that was a read the Bible in a year one.  I always tried to do this using a reading plan and thought  maybe if I got a Bible already  set up in an order for reading it so I didn’t have to jump around and keep track that’s I […]

Learning to make planners work for you

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Ok.  I admit to being not the greatest in regards to utilizing planners. I have the best intentions but never seem to reach the point where I am successfully using one.  However I know the general principles behind the hows and whys of implementing a planner system.  When I was a computer programmer, my company […]

Free student sessions with Ken Ham Jan 30

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SchoolhouseTeachers.com: product review (online classes)

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Being an eclectic homeschooler, I was thrilled to get the opportunity to review the Yearly Membership from SchoolhouseTeachers.com. I received free access from SchoolhouseTeachers.com so that I can provide you with both my daughter’s and my thoughts on their Yearly Membership. Whether you are a new homeschooler or a veteran one I believe SchoolhouseTeachers.com has […]

Weekly vocabulary words

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Choreography:  science of dancing, especially ballet dancing The choreography in the performance was exceptional. Necromancy:  revealing future by pretended communiction with spirits The magician was accused of practicing necromancy, but he denied doing it. Lascivious: lewd, lustful, wicked A gentleman will avoid lascivious talk on all occasions. Allegory:  something written whose main effect is a […]