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Tis The Season…to gather AND be merry!

Christmastime is one of my most favorite festive celebrations in my home.  My home simply changes; we put up joyful scenes of little villages, listen to different music, bake different goodies, and collectively, it changes our hearts, words,

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Merry Christmas from Lightlab

Are you interested in a gift that points to Jesus as the Reason for the Season? Many have ordered Lightlab for family and friends as a Christmas present.  As our Christmas present to you, we will be

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Animation and the Joy of Learning

By Chad Stewart November 2016 One of the most heartbreaking things I see as a teacher, parent, and animator is young people putting so much pressure on themselves that they lose the joy that attracted them to

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You’re Invited to GCU’s Homeschool Webinar!

Join Detric Means and Callie Rafferty virtually at GCU’s Homeschool Webinar on December 8th to learn about our opportunities for homeschool students! We will discuss college credit options, homeschool transcripts, GCU Dual Enrollment, and topics for parents. We

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50 New Titles

Save 50% on 50 BRAND NEW resources about everything from dinosaurs to US history to Christmas. Discover dinosaurs (no evolutionary content), the story of the U.S. Constitution and Bill of Rights, the history of airplanes, and more.

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Lightlab Extra Activity 4

Lightlabetc.com is delighted to offer our monthly Extra Activity 4: Local Noon, a supplement to Chapter 4 of Lightlab. It can also be completed independently and is designed for your elementary student.  Our BONUS Thanksgiving Activity is “How

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The Little Christmas Tree

Looking for a new book for family time?Check out local author Tasha Cotter’s The Little Christmas Tree! Now available in paperback and e-book online at LifeRich, Amazon, and Barnes & Noble. 

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More Than Just a Logo

The Houghton “H” may be the most recognizable symbol of our university. It is unique, attractive and widely visible on campus. Even more important, however, is that its features help to illustrate what makes Houghton such a

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Membership in LEAH is through a local chapter. A LEAH chapter typically provides opportunities to meet with experienced home educators, attend field trips, and participate in athletic activities and various other events.

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Homeschool New York began in order to protect the God-given and constitutional rights to home educate in New York State, regardless of one’s philosophy of education or religious affiliation, and to provide necessary support for homeschool families.

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