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**UPDATE** Homeschool Schedule/Changes that Work/ New Year New Schedule New Year and life changes bring on a need for schedule changes. Check out todays video for changes we are making that may ...
Fluffy Christmas Slime || Homeschool Christmas Week We made Christmas slime again this year! Very messy but so fun! Here are the two recipes we used: ...
How I Stay Organized  as a Homeschool Mom | My 2023 Planners Any parent knows it can be hard to keep track of everything. Add in home educating and any job or hobbies and I can easily lose ...
Why I Homeschool? Why do we continue to make the choice to homeschool? This is our launch video describing why we educate our kids at home ...
Homeschool 2022 Reflections My Number One Regret, Our Favorite Memory, Best Experience and More! ???? Homeschool #reflection2022 #homeschoollife Here we are closing out another year together ?? I hope all is well in your world ...
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According to an August 12 report from KXLY in Spokane, Washington, the Department of Child Protective Services for nearby Colville has come under investigation after a number of parents and legal guardians complained about the department’s practices: removing children from perfectly good homes, splitting families for no apparent reason, and treating legal guardians with great [...]
Patsy and Doug Arnold, founders of Texas Special Kids, discuss how to bring your special needs children home, the challenges of homeschooling a special needs child and the rewards and resources available to help parents.
-by Mimi Rothschild Strategies for Teaching All Your Children Together Probably most of us have had days when we think it might be better for us as homeschooling parents if we just had a set of twins. Then we could do one lesson for all our kids, instead of hopping back and forth from one to another. On [...]
Help your kids have a colorful closet with these fun hanger crafts from FamilyFun.com.
-by Mimi Rothschild When you go to cut your Christmas tree, send the kids around to gather up a good sack of pine cones as well. Use them for some fun, hands-on lessons. Make a pine cone bird feeder.  This is a satisfyingly messy project. Before you begin, do some research with your students to determine what [...]
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