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Quick Homeschool Update Just when you thought our homeschool week couldn't get any more complicated....
Homeschool: Easy Peasy review Hey hey folks! Valerie Lewis here from the suburbs of Washington, DC. I wanted to come on really quickly and share one of my fave websites for homeschooling: ...
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Sharpie Color Burst Ultra Fine Point 24-Count – Less than $10 Number of stars: 4.6 out of 5. Love this set of Sharpies. The limited edition sets are my favorites and this one is on sale!! Intensely bright limited edition colors. Marker pens offer permanent, quick drying ink that is great for use on paper, […]The post DEAL ALERT: Sharpie Color Burst Ultra Fine Point 24-Count – Less than $10 appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Babe Ruth began his career as a baseball pitcher, but quickly became one of the most prolific hitters in the history of the sport. His sheer power earned him comparisons to Thor and Hercules and the awe-inspired appellations: the “Sultan of Swat,” the “Battering Bambino,” the “Mighty Mauler,” and the “Home Run King,” among others. Read more about Babe Ruth in our online guide and learn how to search for related articles in the Chronicling America: American Historic Newspapers digital collection (http://chroniclingamerica.loc.gov/). Don't forget to follow us on Twitter @librarycongress #ChronAm!
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What the critics are saying about the mystical, whimsical "Magic in the Moonlight" and "Mood Indigo."Streaming PicksNew to Netflix this week is the crime drama Out of the Furnace. Our friends over at Indiewire wrote a great review of the film starring Christian Bale and Woody Harrelson—read it here.If you're looking for a show to start watching with your kids, but can't find anything good on TV, check out Amazon Prime's original live-action children's show. Annedroids "combines comedy, mystery and action in a low-key style," says The New York Times' Mike Hale, with young actors who are actually funny. Read Hale's full review here.Amazon Prime users can now instantly stream Annie Hall, Woody Allen's classic 1977 rom-com starring Diane Keaton and the director himself. It will make you homesick for New York City, even if you've never lived there.Netflix recently released The Saratov Approach, a self-proclaimed "inspirational true story." This film follows what happens to two missionaries in Russia who are abducted and held hostage.Critics RoundupMood Indigo "is quirky, but quickly runs out of steam," says Crosswalk's Christian Hamaker. He believes the film is more of a romance in the sense of a Wes Anderson film, and although this is not a bad thing, his approach "undercuts the emotional investment that should make us care deeply about Chloe's (Audrey Tatou) affliction." Variety's Boyd van Hoeij agrees that although the film is whimsical, it doesn't quite make the cut. "The film frequently privileges art direction over emotion and a constant sense of wonder based on visuals alone proves impossible to sustain." One of director Michael Gondry's (Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind, The Green Hornet) ...Continue reading...
Exactly a year ago, on August 13, 2009, I published a Virtual Homeschool Fraud Alert that you might remember reading. My reason for sharing this information was to hopefully minimize the amount of families who might fall victim to these companies and their deceptive tactics. Little did I know that so many of you would share this information with so many others -- including your homeschool support groups, state leadership, HSLDA, etc. I had only hoped that some families who were considering one of these companies might find and read the alert and still have time to preserve their limited budgets for homeschool curriculum resources for the year. At the time I first shared this information, I honestly thought it was mostly common knowledge. For years there have been complaints against Mimi Rothschild's companies. Whenever I read a forum where a newbie was asking advice about signing up for one of her "academies", someone quickly jumped in to point them to lengthy online discussions with multiple grievous complaints -- and warn them away. I honestly didn't realize how many thousands of families had no clue that anything was amiss with Mimi Rothschild and her companies. I was only really thinking about families who were just beginning to homeschool -- those who would not have been around long enough to have seen the dozens of testimonies of families who had been defrauded over the past few years... (Read full article for more)
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