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Jazz-funk and hip-hop for girls, kindergarten through 12th grade in Fairfield County, CT. Non-competitive environment and numerous area locations. Summer camp in VT.
Providers of a complete, eclectic, classical approach, Pre-school through 12th grade curriculum for home educators with a reformed Christian world view.
Offers beginner through advanced level ballet classes. Includes class descriptions, schedule, events, registration form, information about summer programs, and driving directions. Located in West Barnstable, Massachusetts.
Publishers of History Through Literature Study Guides and classic children's literature, including Newbery and Caldecott award-winners. Emphasize use of
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How To Homeschool Preschool + Tips And The Curriculum We Use Learn how to homeschool preschool the easy way. Help your child learn through daily activities, our daily schedule, and how we homeschool preschool for free ...
What Homeschool Parents Get Wrong About Self-Led Learning It isn't Willy-billy learning through osmosis. It is strategic and able to be measured.
Spelling You See Review and Walk-through - Homeschool Spelling Curriculum In this video I talk about SpellingYouSee, what the philosophy behind it is, how it works, how we use it, and how we like it. I give peeks into 4 different levels.
My Homeschool Experience and Philosophy Disclaimer: I do not think all public schooled kids are corrupt or bad, but they definitely have to go through a bunch of crap.
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"Gratitude in Low Voices: A Memoir" documents a long, complicated journey of the author Dawit Gebremichael Habte from his homeland of Eritrea through Ethiopia, Kenya and finally to the United States.Click here to watch the video.
The internet has lots of free educational resources for children and parents! In fact, one of the best things (and one of the worst things) about homeschooling is the amount of great information that's available! You know what I mean. It can be so hard to sort through what's available and decide what materials to […]The post Homeschool Using the Internet appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Author and speaker J.John tells this story:At the end of a long work day, an employee left his factory, pushing a wheelbarrow through the gate to head home. Inside the wheelbarrow was a small box.The security guard stopped the man and asked, “What have you got in your wheelbarrow?”“I've got a small box,” he said.“What's in the box?”The worker replied, “The sawdust from the floor. At the end of the day, it gets swept up and is thrown away.The post Gaining a New Perspective in Life appeared first on Jim Daly.
Do you work in the field of literacy or know someone who does? Consider applying for a Library of Congress Literacy Award.Applications will be accepted from organizations that have made outstanding contributions to increasing literacy in the United States or abroad. You may apply on behalf of your own organization or for another organization.The Literacy Awards are made possible through the generosity of David M. Rubenstein.The deadline for applications is March 8, 2019.Need more information? Go to http://read.gov/literacyawards/index to learn more.Call for Applications 2019.pdf
A couple of years ago, we shared Dr. Rosaria Butterfield's dramatic conversion testimony. In the late ‘90s, she was professor of English and queer theory at Syracuse University in New York. She was living proudly as a lesbian and feminist and was an outspoken advocate for LGBTQ rights.Her turn to faith came about from what she calls “radically ordinary hospitality.” That's where you open up your home and your life to neighbors, friends, and strangers and intentionally share your faith.The post Sharing the Gospel Through Hospitality appeared first on Jim Daly.
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