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Posts Tagged ‘ Articles from 2006 ’

Hiking with Homeschoolers

Taking Your Homeschooler Hiking By Sheri McGregor As the weather turns, the soft, warm breezes of spring call for us to revel in the bright green of newly sprouted grass, and the promise of budding blooms that hold sweet scented rainbows inside. With the snow melted and the blue sky brightening their worlds, how...
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Murphy’s Laws of Homeschooling

Murphy’s Laws of Homeschooling

Laws: Whatever you know a whole lot about, your child will refuse to learn it! Whatever you know a whole lot about, your child will refuse to learn it!
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A to Z Homeschool Articles from 2006

A to Z Homeschool Articles from 2006

Essays written and copyrighted by your Homeschooling Guide, Ann Zeise, as well as features written and copyrighted by guest essayists. Most feature articles also contain links. Quickstart Curriculum – 12/20/06 Some books to order to just help families get started in their homeschool journey. Each selection is deliberately short and inexpensive. The Twelve Math Days...
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Notebooking

Notebooking

Dateline: May 26, 2006 By Dana Sorrell, homeschooling mom to 3, in Kentucky. Notebooking is like Scrapbooking I became fascinated with notebooking a few months ago. According to what I read from the internet, it was kind of like scrapbooking. Okay, I wanted to know more! I’ve found that notebooking varies greatly from one...
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Helping Your Child Learn to Read

Learning to read is an exciting time for children and their families. For many parents, helping their child learning to read establishes a pattern for their involvement in their child's academic education. Here are a few important hints.
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