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Back-to-Homeschool Treasure Hunt

Author: Nancy ManosPublished in: nancymanos.comPublished on: Jun. 14, 2020Updated on: Jan. 31, 2022https://nancymanos.com/treasure-hunt/Reprinted with permission. After a few years of homeschooling, we found ourselves in a rut that led to an undesirable sense of monotony. This went against

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The Animation Course can teach your child how to animate and draw! Hi, Homeschooling Families! The Animation Course offers a 12-week LIVE online animation course for ages 11-18 taught by Chad Stewart, former Disney animator and veteran homeschool Dad.

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For more than twenty-five years, IEW® has offered an effective method that encourages and inspires students to write and molds them into competent and confident communicators and thinkers. Try three free weeks at IEW.com/free-lessons

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“TeenPact profoundly impacted my life, especially my career.” “Many elements of TeenPact – prayer walks, journaling practice with Bonjour (morning Bible and prayer times), and devotionals at night (Rendezvous) – all created habits that I still apply

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A Real Mom’s Homeschool

Author: Maggie HoganPublished in: Arizona Home Education JournalPublished on: Dec. 1, 2010Reprinted with permission. What are your priorities? Are you the type to plan ahead? Do you have lists for daily activities, weekly menus, grocery items, and coupons

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Lightlab Extra Activity #12

Celebrating the completion of the 12th Lightlab Extra! Access it FREE here. This makes a great extension to the last chapter of the book as it digs deeper into the benefits of salt in our diet and as a powerful

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Homeschool Dads: More than a Principal

Author: Tim BoswellPublished in: THSC Review Spring 2017Published on: Feb. 1, 2017 In my days as a homeschool student in the ‘80s and ‘90s, people were less likely to know what homeschooling was. My parents were often asked,

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Get college credit for only $60/credit

Homeschool juniors and seniors can jumpstart their college education through fully online early college courses at Houghton University.  Houghton offers a Christ-centered, nationally recognized university education at a radically reduced cost for homeschool students of only $60/credit

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