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The Summer of Better Late than Never

We have been real busy here at the end of the Beautiful Day summer. There has been a lot of last minute projects and last minute news and I keep saying to myself, “better late than never.” 554 more words


I Need a Break!

I didn’t realize how deeply entrenched my mind was in the public school system. For years, I have been running a yearly routine similar to that of when I was in school. 328 more words


Homeschool Weekly Wrap Up – P4/5 Week 2

This past week, I added in some of the Gross Motor, Fine Motor, and Information activities from ABC Jesus Loves Me.  Our fine motor activity for this week was to draw “My Family”.   437 more words


HSLDA Gave This Man Their Prestigious Lifetime Achievement Award Just 4 Years Ago

By R.L. Stollar, HA Community Coordinator

Every year the Home School Legal Defense Association (HSLDA) puts on the National Leader’s Conference, where the biggest names and leaders in homeschooling come together to network and hear educational and inspirational talks from both HSLDA’s staff as well as outside speakers invited by HSLDA. 743 more words


Laying the Foundation for Homeschool

This summer I’ve been busy working to organize our home and lay the foundations for homeschool. While I prefer a flexible, creative approach to homeschool, rather than a workbook only style, I realize that having an orderly environment where we know where all our great books and supplies are is conducive to achieving this. 436 more words

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Local Art: Homeschool Lego Builders' Show

My plan to have a relaxed, non-competitive, creative, homeschool Lego builder’s gallery show went off without a hitch! I love when that happens. This was held in our local library’s community room, for a small donation fee of our choosing. 144 more words


Thoughts on Talent and Hard Work

‘Oh she is so talented!’ is a word we often hear used in reference to dancers, athletes, artists, and lately that sentence, the sentiment has truly begun to irk me.   373 more words

Musings And Rambling