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Learn how this American style of dancing has its roots all the way back to Rome.
Learn how this American style of dancing has its roots all the way back to Rome.
A scrapbook of illustrated examples of things that are hard to use with suggestions on how to improve them.
A scrapbook of illustrated examples of things that are hard to use with suggestions on how to improve them.
Learn about bridges, domes, skyscrapers, dams and tunnels. Find out the facts about large structures around the world and how they are built.
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Online Private Homeschool Essentials for Christian Families (Webinar)

Discover How Online Learning Can Work for Your Student. Families who are evaluating an online school often have many questions. Our virtual open house aims to provide families with a better sense of how Enlightium Academy makes learning come alive for our students. Parents and prospective students come away feeling comfortable with our unique model of education.

Brief Intro to Homeschooling

Learn a little about how we homeschool.

DITL: Homeschooling Five Kids || Nov 2016

Homeschooling our five kids is a wild ride! Watch our video to see how I teach my five children at the same time.

Homeschool || How to Not Burn Out from Homeschooling

How to survive homeschool burn out. Homeschool burn out is very normal in the month of December. BUrn out has the perfect conditions for Homeschooling in December. You are tired, the holiday season is getting us busy, our curriculum is showing its true self. There are ways to combat burn out with homeschool.

Here they are.
1. Take a 2 week break or more. Seriously, take a break and get your mind out of it. No homeschooling plan.
2. Reduce your curriculum down to the basics. Just reading and writing with math is enough. Take your curriculum down to the minimum. Check out my Robinson Curriculum Review.
3. Modify how you use the Curriculum. You do not have to use the way they present it. Use the homeschool curriculum in the ways that work for your family.
4. Replace that parts of your homeschool curriculum that are not working.
5. Connect with other homeschool families.

You can survive homeschooling in the hard months and they will get better.

How to Grade in Homeschooling

HomeWorks By Precept provides the homeschool community with the best textbooks and resources available for Christian home education.

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What to do with all those great leftovers the day after having a big turkey? This year, before piling them on a plate and heading for the microwave, consider showing your child how to turn them into a savory hot dish that's on everyone's list of favorite comfort foods: turkey potpie.
Here's how to make your own irresistible trio of Polar Bear Cubs, starting with Mama Bear.
What to do with all those great leftovers the day after having a big turkey? This year, before piling them on a plate and heading for the microwave, consider showing your child how to turn them into a savory hot dish that's on everyone's list of favorite comfort foods: turkey potpie.
Here's how to make your own irresistible trio of Polar Bear Cubs, starting with Mama Bear.
Join the Homeschooler Next Door as we sit with Jessica Hulcy, founder of the KONOS curriculum. Having 4 boys to teach Jessica quickly found that she needed more than seat work. Listen and learn how this innovative lady turned her need into a curriculum for thousands.
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