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Posts Tagged ‘ virtual summer camp ’

Journal of a Homeschooling Mom

By Anne Salazar-Dunbar, a Homeschool Mom If anyone truly believes that learning only occurs during school hours, school months, in a classroom, I would find it easy to disagree! With the lovely summer weather here in Southern California, learning just seems to accelerate with the longer summer days. The children play hard and though...
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El Cheapo Summer

A Thrifty Summer By Annette Berlin and Ann Zeise (links) No money for camp? Not a penny for vacation? How will you and the kids ever survive the summer? Very well actually, if you’re willing to get creative. You can treat your kids to a fun, educational and el cheapo summer if you learn...
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Homeschool Summer Camp

Homeschool Summer Camp

If going off to summer camp has all the appeal of going to a boarding school, here are some wild suggestions of ways you can have a camp experience at home and in your nearby community. Where will you head first in our virtual summer camp?
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Summer Plans

What to do in the summer! This time of year I tend to get asked these two questions: By new homeschoolers: Should we keep on homeschooling through the summer? And from parents with school children trying to “catch up” over the summer. From a homeschooler’s point of view, I suggest “educating” differently. Take a...
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Unschooling All Summer

Unschooling All Summer

Summertime Learning Homeschooling without a Schedule “What! You make your kid learn in the summer, too?” Well, yes and no. I don’t “make” him, he just doesn’t stop because the calendar changes to June.By Ann ZeiseIn fact our decision to switch from using curriculum to unschooling started one summer. We were camping in the...
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