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Joanne shares her unschooling journey after removing her three adopted children from government school.
The Kramer family shares its sample daily schedule, Tai Kwan Do, recipes, guns, humor, Hebrew, and spirituality.
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Baby June shares her experience with the Cyberlynx Homeschool program in Juneau, Alaska.
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Tim Barton - Homeschooled for a Solid Foundation Tim Barton, President of Wallbuilders and co-host of the Wallbuilders Live! radio show shares how his homeschool education provided a solid foundation for life, ...
How I Archive Our Homeschool Hi Mama Friends! As the homeschooling year is coming to a close I wanted to share how I archive our homeschool. I love creating organizational ways for my ...
15 Things I Wish I Knew Before Homeschooling | HOMESCHOOL TIPS 2021| How to Homeschool 15 things I wish I knew before homeschooling. Homeschool tips for beginner homeschoolers 2021. A veteran homeschool mom shares what she would tell ...
SUMMER HOMESCHOOL PLANS: See how we do a YEAR ROUND HOMESCHOOL SCHEDULE | Curriculum flip through Hi y'all! Today I'm sharing what our SUMMER HOMESCHOOL PLANS are for 2021. I'll be doing mini flip throughs of the curriculum and share a bit of how we do ...
10 HOMESCHOOL QUESTIONS! | CANADIAN MOM TAG | OUR STORY Good morning everyone! I'm excited to share this fun homeschool tag with you all...about our routine, curriculum, why we homeschool, what's it's like to ...
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Ronald Reagan was the first president I voted for, though my decision came after some thoughtful soul-searching. Although I shared most, if not all, of his ideological perspectives, Governor Reagan campaigned on a promise to reduce the Social Security Beneficiary Benefit. Having been orphaned, I was receiving this assistance and depended on it to help make ends meet. For me, a vote for Reagan was a vote that would come at a price – as in dollars and cents.The post WATCH: Ronald Reagan: A Man of Faith – A New Documentary from Focus on the Family appeared first on Jim Daly.
What do you feel when you read this Scripture? “Then he said to his disciples, ‘The harvest is plentiful, but the laborers are few; therefore, pray earnestly to the Lord of the harvest to send out laborers into his harvest'” (Matthew 9:37-38).What about this one? “And he said to them, ‘Go into all the world and proclaim the gospel to the whole creation'” (Mark 16:15).Do verses like these about evangelism excite you? Or do they strike fear into your heart?The post Using Your Unique Personality to Share Your Faith appeared first on Jim Daly.
Dr. Seuss is one the most beloved names in all literature, for adults and children alike! We love him for his fun rhymes, whimsical creatures, and the way that his stories share big ideas in simple ways. For all of these reasons (and so many more), we continue to celebrate this special author on the […]The post The Ultimate List of Dr. Seuss Activities for Dr. Seuss Day! appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
Valentine’s Day isn’t just about celebrating a significant other, it can also be a special season to share some sweet moments with all the people we love, especially our children! We get excited about Valentine’s Day around here. Don’t believe me? Check out this Huge List of Valentine’s Day Ideas, Printables and Activities that we […]The post 30 Days of Valentines Books! appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
The Library of Congress’ Labs team wants to learn more about new segments of users who aren’t yet connected to our digital collections and services. We are specifically seeking people who use digital resources like history photos, books, documents, newspapers, music, video, maps, data or websites but don't use Library of Congress materials for the following activities. Formal and informal education - K-12 teachers, guides or tutors that might use digital resources to build activities, lesson plans, or educational games or experiences. Activism and community leadership - People, clergy, organizers or activists who might use digital library-like resources to inform awareness of a community, or cause, its history and relationships.Data journalism, communications or media work -These people might use digital library-like resources and data to produce articles, visualizations, or media for general audience. People who produce data-driven stories are of particular interest.Undergraduate creative / art studies - These people might use digital library-like resources as inspirational material or as content or material that they may re-mix or re-make through their creative work.With the selected participants, we will carry out 1-on-1 interviews (not to exceed an hour). All work will be conducted remotely over video chat. The schedule for the interviews will be based on what works best for the participants. Can you connect us with anyone in your network who may want to participate? Feel free to forward this message or direct folks to this sign up form: via the online application (https://forms.gle/xiaB8Swp9VR9xL1j8). Any questions can be sent directly to me, Abbey Potter at [email protected] Thank you very much for helping us make this connection! We will share the outcomes of this research publicly and it will help shape future directions of our work.
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