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A non-religious, non-profit, private school registered with the Florida Department of Education allowing parents to teach their children at home. ACEA is open year round to students in grades K-12.
Baltimore Ballet is celebrating 18 years in Baltimore, continuing our tradition of outstanding instruction for all ages and professional performances (our annual sold-out The Nutcracker and spring productions) featuring world renowned dancers, aspiring pr
A BBC initiative encouraging 13-19 year olds throughout the UK to get involved in dance, film, art and music.
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How To Reset Your Homeschool Day (When nothing is going right) Howto #Homeschool #Resetyourday I'm a intentional faith based homeschooling mom of two, for the last 7 year's. We created this YouTube channel to help with ...
Homeschool End of the Year Review| What Worked, What Didn’t This is a curriculum review of all of our curriculum we used for this past school year! What worked for us? What are we changing? Plus a look inside all the ...
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4TH GRADE WRITING CURRICULUM | Homeschool Writing 2021-2022 School Year | Giveaway | Secular 4th Grade Writing Curriculum I have been thinking about what to do for our big girl and writing next year. I feel like we have found a great Language Arts program ...
Vlog 919 - Starting Standardized Testing for Homeschool 📝😬 It's not the most fun thing ever, but it means we've almost finished! 2021.04.19 One Year Ago: Vlog 554 - A No Nap Day in Quarantine ...
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The holidays are long gone, and your homeschool year may be drawing to a close in the next few weeks. Are you excited? Or are you tired or discouraged? Are you wondering if you’re jeopardizing your child’s future by not sending him or her to public or private school? Are you worried about finishing (or […]The post Worried About Finishing the School Year? appeared first on Hip Homeschool Moms.
It's ironic, but true. In an age when technology connects us more than ever, teenagers are lonelier and more disconnected than any previous generation.In the five years prior to the pandemic, the number of high school seniors who said they felt lonely dramatically increased – from 26 percent to almost 40 percent. In the past year, that percentage has increased to well over 50 percent.Even taking Covid restrictions into account, today's kids don't engage face to face as much as past generations did.The post Helping Our Kids Manage Technology Well appeared first on Jim Daly.
Do you remember when you were first married – how you and your spouse enjoyed endless conversation, had fun together every weekend, and always seemed to have time for one another?Do you remember how all of that changed in the years after you became parents – how every moment seemed busy with sports practice, dentist appointments, and school programs?Once a couple has children, it's easy for the marriage to get pushed down the priority list.The post Loving Your Spouse in the Midst of Parenthood appeared first on Jim Daly.
Bracelets as a form of fashion go back thousands of years, whether as jewelry made of gold, silver or even wood.In recent years, though, bracelets have been used to help communicate a message or champion a particular cause.My friend, Randy Hatcher, co-founder of Explore Your Faith, recently alerted me to a neat bracelet his organization is distributing. Here is how they describe it:The bracelet is intended to be a relational, live, Gospel conversation starter.The post A Bracelet That Can Change Someone's Life appeared first on Jim Daly.
By Pat FitzpatrickAs a young teacher in Atlanta, I developed a mentoring friendship with a colleague who taught Old and New Testament survey. George was a master of the English language like none other I have ever met, which was made even more impressive by the fact that English was the sixth or seventh language that he had mastered in his forty-five years on earth.I often reflect on a conversation he and I had in the school's dining hall in the late 1980's.The post GUEST POST: The Power of Easter appeared first on Jim Daly.
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