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Day 30-Let the Children Rest

You may think this post is going to be about letting your child get their sleep out. You would be wrong. ;-) While that is extremely important, this post is about letting those things you wish your child would “hurry up and do” rest sometimes. 795 more words

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Schoolhouse Review ~ Jim Hodges Productions #hsreviews

I had the opportunity to review Jim Hodges Productions Henty Short Stories Collection. This MP3 CD consists of G.A. Henty short stories that are made into audio books. 477 more words

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Could Bilingual Education Mold Kids’ Brains to Better Resist Distraction?

By Samara Freemark and Stephen Smith, American RadioWorks

For decades, psychologists cautioned against raising children bilingual. They warned parents and teachers that learning a second language as a child was bad for brain development. 1,879 more words

Learning

No Regrets

The following article was written for our monthly PSP newsletter. With permission from our principal, we are sharing this with you; praying you are blessed by the heart of his message. 1,144 more words

Homeschool

Montessori Afternoon

We had a busy day yesterday! We enjoyed a play date in the afternoon, followed by a nap (I had a whole hour to myself!) and then the girls wanted to do their Montessori activities. 221 more words

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Making Your Own Word Family Lapbooks

Here is a sample lapbook from 1+1+1=1 to model after. I love this simple idea. Those are the best. The lapbook includes a poem, an easy reader, and copywork. 643 more words

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Homeschooling Moms and Tigers and Bears, Oh My

Several million kids are getting an education in America. Some dropped out, some are in private schools and some are homeschooled, but most are public school trained. 499 more words