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Jubilee Homeschool Year – Taking a break from traditional homeschooling

Jubilee Homeschool Year – Taking a break from traditional homeschooling

Raising Arrows Jubilee Homeschool Year – Taking a break from traditional homeschooling How to take a break from your usual homeschool routine to revitalize and refresh your educational efforts at home! I have been homeschooling for 20 years. *gasp* During that time, I have been fairly eclectic in the educational resources I use with the exception of following a classical 4 year cycle – working through history chronologically – as the spine of our homeschooling day. READ >> Homeschool Curriculum Choices for the Large Family (to learn more about our favorite homeschool resources!) Back in 2017, we came to the...

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Celebrate Lit Blog Tour: Legacy of Love by Renae Brumbaugh Green

Celebrate Lit Blog Tour: Legacy of Love by Renae Brumbaugh Green

 Book: Legacy of LoveAuthor: Renae Brumbaugh GreenGenre: Historical RomanceRelease date: June 14, 2022She’s struggled her entire life to overcome her parentage.Skye Stratton is nearly perfect. Or at least, she tries to be. She carries the Stratton name, but everyone knows her true half-breed heritage. When she completes her education and is hired as a teacher at the local school, she hopes to finally find acceptance in the town. But when most of her class elects to stay home rather than be taught by an Indian, she knows things will never change.Alan McNaughten went to Washington, D.C. to make a difference....

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A Very Girl Scout Graduation

A Very Girl Scout Graduation

 From that Christmas morning almost ten years ago to this day of her Bridging and Girl Scout graduation, this kid has loved everything about being a Girl Scout. As we've journeyed down this Girl Scout path together, I've celebrated her milestones----felt pride in her accomplishments----watched her become ever more confident and comfortable with herself----and continued, always, to celebrate every milestone----through this latest, which saw her Bridge, in the eyes of Girl Scouts, from a girl to an adult:We had a fun family gathering in the backyard for our Girl Scout troop's Bridging and Graduation celebration. The kids created their own Scouts'...

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Best Way to Teach Basic Math Facts

Best Way to Teach Basic Math Facts

Video Mini- Series on the best way to teach basic math facts Part 1 Where to begin? Part 2 Our Mindset Part 3 coming soon Math Printables Fun Math Activities 97+ Amazing Ways to Make Math Fun for Our Kids Growing collection of resources to help you teach your kids basic math facts. Get your FREE Math Road map here! The post Best Way to Teach Basic Math Facts appeared first on A Better Way to Homeschool.

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Around the World in 80 Days & International Cooking

Around the World in 80 Days & International Cooking

Through the study of international cuisine, students also learn the culture, history, and geography of countries and regions of the world.....plus, it's super tasty!There are so many reasons to study international cooking methods and foods, not the least of which is:Cultural awareness.  Popular restaurants that are typically associated with a cuisine (eg, Taco Bell) aren't necessarily

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