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Casa di Filak

Every time you think you have all your ducks in a row, one of the little fluff bums waddles off. Looks like a tropical Base Camp is what is in order for The Bohemian Nomads. 535 more words

High School Homeschooling Tip of the Day (Oct 20th)

Join a homeschool support group! It’s helpful to have a network of support as you forge the way through high school. These other homeschooling parents will help you to remember things easily forgotten as well as join with you as your challenge your student in areas of service and career planning. 174 more words

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Home Education and History...a guest post

Firstly, I would like to thank Ross for allowing me to publish a guest post about home education and history on her blog.  When I was forced to home ed my son (who has complex special educational needs), I was very scared and frightened by the entiredaunting prospect.   2,270 more words

High School Homeschooling Tip of the Day (Oct 19th) - sorry it's so late!

Make sure you teach your high school student how to study. It is easy to assume that by high school
your student knows how to study, but there are skills required for self-education that should not… 753 more words

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These Are Things I Know To Be True

I don’t know a whole lot about a lot of things; but after spending hours sorting through thousands and thousands of photos, these are things I know to be true: 351 more words


Private Educational costs - Pain or Gain?

In a challenging economic system, why does personal costs flourish?

Typically, the natural course of thinking is always that choosing a personal British Language instructor, for a kid whose native language is actually British, would be excess to demands! 987 more words

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These Things Take Time, You Know

Oh my, I’m doing a terrible job keeping up with writing memories for you kids.  I’d like to say that it’s because I’m too busy making memories with you, but that would not be entirely true.   438 more words