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Why I decided to Home School

Where do I start?

My little intuitive voice, that i always teach my yoga students to take heed of, has been calling me to do this for some time. 735 more words

A Book Analysis (Little Sis)

Today, I will be reviewing the fantasy/ folklore novel: The Ogre of Oglefort by Eva Ibbotson, published by the Penguin Group in 2010.

The story starts off with an old Hag, from Dribble, needing to find a new familiar to replace her toad, Gladys. 255 more words

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English 2 Western Literature: Lesson 140 Essay - "Do you think the typical listener to a recitation of this poem would have spotted the discrepancies?"

I think the typical listener would have spotted the discrepancies. It is very easy to see that there are parts in the book that seem illogical and contradictory. 528 more words

Ron Paul Curriculum

Maybe this blog should be called "when van is everything"?!

I’m kidding, obviously, because we’re not spending every hour on the van (chance would be a fine thing) but it sure feels like it’s the only thing I post photos of. 817 more words

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River Clean Up...

Spring weather allowed us to turn our kayaks into ‘garbage barges’.  American Canoe (ACA) in partnership with Subaru, have a program called the Stream to Sea Initiative… 184 more words

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Top 10 Kindergarten Books

This academic year my kindergartner read 100 books! My goal was 75, then we added in some cool reading programs like “Six Flags Read to Succeed” that required you to log specific hours of reading in exchange for free tickets and we made our way to 94 before casually adding another 6 to round it off. 25 more words

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Birds of a Feather...

On Saturday morning at 7:00 am we participated in mist-netting songbirds at the Outdoor Discovery Center, sponsored by the Hope College Biology Department. Our goal was to take any birds that were caught in the net and collect data about them and tag them if they weren’t already tagged. 149 more words

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