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An amazing collection of folk music, stories, photographs, and traditional artwork from across America.
The National Arts Centre of Canada presents music, dance, and English and French theatre. In English and French.
Presents exhibits, location and membership information.
Grammar concepts taught through a prepositional approach. Also Daily Grams workbooks for grammar review and Easy Writing to teach complex sentences.
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K12 Homeschool/Virtual School Unboxing Part 1 For grades 4th and 8th 2018-2019 school year.
Tampa Homeschool Co-Op Plays (2002) Trilogy of plays presented by the Tampa Homeschool Co-Op Drama class, consisting of "Ruby the Copycat", "Cappy the Penguin" and "The Three Little Wolves ...
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Learning can be fun! We speak at homeschool conventions around the United States and one of our sessions is our about how to make homeschool fun. We are big believers in embracing the freedom homeschooling offers us. So we take every opportunity to present information in a way that will encourage our children to remember […]The post Fun and Educational Geography Games and Activities appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Oscar P. Fitzgerald illustrated the evolution of American furniture from the Colonial Era to present day, emphasizing the cultural, historic, and aesthetic context of furniture styles and design.Click here to watch the video.
By: Joe Battaglia Whether we like it or not, all fathers are teachers.Some are absent.Some are reluctant.But children will learn SOMETHING from their dad.Even if it's nothing.The question is what do we want them to learn, and from whom?I became acutely aware of this scenario in a rather strange way—by shopping with my daughter when she was about 13-14 years old.While we were at a mall, my daughter asked to go into a very hip, fashionable store for teens to buy a shirt.The post Guest Blog: The Power of a Father appeared first on Jim Daly.
Celebrating Mother’s Day can be hard… but celebrating Father’s Day when Daddy is absent can be that much harder – especially when it means you’re parenting alone. Â It may be that you’ve never had a dad, or you’ve recently lost a special one, or he is so far away. Â It may be that the father […]The post Celebrating Father’s Day When It’s Hard appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Sudanese poet and writer and winner of the 2017 Caine Prize, Bushra Al-Fadil, is featured in a presentation co-sponsored by the Center for African Studies at Howard University.Click here to watch the video.
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