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Have you tapped into your child's learning style?

Posted on October 11, 2011 at 8:25 AM

(most all young children are Wiggly Willy learning style. You need to wait until they are closer to 9 or 10 years old to be sure you have correctly identified their learning style. However, you may get some tell-tale signs early on when you notice them playing. Here my youngest one has "neatly" stacked block...

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Are one-room school houses a thing of the past? Two Editable Grading Sheets Uploaded to Site

Posted on October 4, 2011 at 7:20 AM

(Photo Credit: Will Beauchamp one room schoolhouse in Texas)

If you were to ask most seasoned homeschoolers if one-room school...

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Another Globe to our Collection;Free Science Posters;Free Science Curriculum;Free Curriculum from The Dolphin Tale Free Fish Notebooking Pages

Posted on September 7, 2011 at 2:55 PM

As our love for studying geography and history grows so does our love for adding new globes. This globe isn't probably a good choice if you had to only buy "one" or for your first globe either because it doesn't really list all the states or provinces....But we have so many boring old globes for that-- we bought this for the visual appeal and facts. Too because we don't really buy that much ...

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Testing- Useful or Misused?;Free Bowling;Free Cookbooks; Free Vocabulary Downloads;Free History Poster

Posted on August 3, 2011 at 8:25 AM

 

 

 ( "New Texas Rain Gauge" - got one in your backyard?)

Testing is a fact of life and test scores are looked at by most colleges. The truth of it is somewhere in your homeschooling journey you will have to test your children.

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Do you really have time to NOT play games?

Posted on July 19, 2011 at 10:25 AM

(I store games in our covered shelving here next to the TV in the upstairs schoolroom)

 Sorry ya’ll got two blog posts in one day from me yesterday-----since I got back from vacation our pool that is always just a beautiful clear blue turned putrid green (there has to be...

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