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Stomach Flu on Good Friday

We’re used to attending a Good Friday service, but this year, I’m staying home with the kids. Carson got a stomach bug last Friday evening just after I wrote my weekly report; almost one week later, Colin, Callie, and Caleb (in that order) came down with it. 847 more words

Ita Vita African

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I’ve had blogger blogs before but have decided to branch out and focus more on our homeschooling journey. I will also include periodic family updates and will have posts on this blog that are important topics to me such as breastfeeding and baby wearing etc. 259 more words

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Easter Fun: Resurrection Garden

Join us this week, as we explore memorable and edifying ways to celebrate Easter. We encourage you to take some of the ideas you find and make them your own. 602 more words

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Keeping my little one busy

Ever since I was single, I have already decided that when I have kids someday, I will homeschool them. The first time I mentioned it to friends, they lectured me on its downside. 321 more words

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The Robinson Curriculum and High School Credits

Since the Robinson Curriculum simply contains a booklist to be read throughout a child’s education, the question arises as to how to determine high school credits based on what is read.  769 more words

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Education Brought to Us By Nature

During warmer weather, many member of our local homeschool group have a weekly get-together at a local park for fun and exploration.  There is play equipment for those who want to play.  518 more words

Kid Stuff

Annie’s First Paragraph – Illustrates Her Dyslexia & Writing Style

For the first time, Annie had to write a paragraph with no help from me, Gina – her mom.

This video displays Annie’s dyslexia. It is interesting to see how she phrases words differently. 43 more words

Learning To Write