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Fun Stuff

Please excuse the clutter…

Posted September 15, 2014 by Denise

In the zone Some might call it a dining table, but I think it’s more aptly described as a clutter drop zone.  My attempts to keep the table clear are generally futile, as it is such a handy, centrally-located spot for setting down…well, everything.   But at the moment, its surface is covered with items related [...]

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Wednesday Writers

Sign Up For Wednesday Writers

Posted August 13, 2014 by Shari

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Curriculum

Free Ways to Learn 10 Subjects

Posted August 7, 2014 by Shari

For your convenience, some of these products are linked to a shopping page. It is possible that by purchasing one of these affiliate linked products, at no cost to you,  a small commission will be returned to me to fund my online projects. Thank you. Susan Wise Bauer said in her excellent book that every [...]

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Curriculum

How To Teach Science With the Bible

Posted August 7, 2014 by Shari

This post may contain links of items I use and love. If you make a purchase by clicking on one of these affiliate links, the blog may earn a commission that will help with expenses to maintain these online services. Thank you! Did you know that the Bible stated that the world was round three [...]

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Curriculum

How To Homeschool Science Without a Curriculum

Posted July 12, 2014 by Shari

When I first started homeschooling, I didn’t know what curriculum to choose, and the thought of spending big bucks on something that I’d be stuck with for a year was a little overwhelming. Since I’d helped compile a curriculum database when I worked for a public school, I knew what learning objectives were required for [...]

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