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The Best Part of Homeschooling

The Best Part of Homeschooling Do you know what the best part of homeschooling is?  Is it the ability to tailor a child’s education to their needs? Or the ability to tailor a curriculum plan to a certain worldview? What about the opportunity to educate at an advanced pace if …

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Used Homeschool Curriculum for Sale! K-6th

Used Homeschool Curriculum, Books, and Other Materials One of the trends I’ve noticed in homeschooling is the acquisition of lots of STUFF. We try different books, different methods, our kids have different needs, then they outgrow them… and we need to try to find a way to pass on these …

Curriculum Meltdown

Curriculum Meltdown: Stop, Drop, and Roll

  Curriculum meltdown. It happens to best of us. Maybe it’s a slow fire that crackles and hisses, leaving a trail of ash behind. Or maybe it’s a five alarm fire that rages and roars. In either case, you’ve found yourself in a curriculum that isn’t working, doesn’t fit, or …

Doctor Who Mnemonic for Long Division

Doctor Who Mnemonic for Long Division

Doctor Who Mnemonic for Long Division Looking for a good mnemonic for long division? For some reason, long division is a thorn in the side for many kids when they first learn it. My 13 year old is still having trouble keeping all the steps straight. It’s a little harder for …

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Homeschooling High School Geography

  Homeschooling High School? Need to teach geography? Over the past two months, I’ve written a trio of posts about homeschooling high school geography, over on the Bright Ideas Press blog. I can’t repost them on my blog, since I wrote them for Bright Ideas Press, but I can point …