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Emergent Curriculum and Projects

The teachers at Learning Circle Preschool work very closely together and are all interested in fine-tuning our skills and approaches to enhance the curriculum in each classroom. 880 more words


Teaching Textbooks

It’s no secret that I love Teaching Textbooks.

Well, it has basically saved our first year of homeschool.

When we first started, I was trying to sit down and teach math, for what turned out to be about an hour a day. 1,008 more words


April 2015 Character Trait: Being Grateful

Our Christ-like character-trait for this month is being: grateful

Grateful is: “Showing appreciation for something.”

Our Scripture memory verse is:  “Jesus is not here. 174 more words


Looking towards next year

Lately I’ve been scouring the world wide web in search of next year’s curriculum.

I’ve been debating for a few months if I want to change anything up but I feel like this year worked out well for us, so I think I have decided to stick with what we have. 334 more words


Film Review: Defies Measurement weaves together problematic purposes of ed reform

In Defies Measurement, Shannon Puckett expertly weaves together the problematic purposes of testing, Common Core, corporate reform, No Child Left Behind, Teach For America, The Gates Foundation, The Broad Foundation, charter schools, and privatization. 374 more words

Charter Schools

Publishers on Overdrive: Evan-Moor Educational Publishers

We are very fortunate to have a wide range of downloadable curriculum in Overdrive. There are many great publishers that we have access to. Over the next week or two we want to highlight some of our publishers and the amazing curriculum we have available for you. 141 more words


Top 5 Reasons to attend a Homeschool Convention

It’s that time of year… Homeschool Convention time! Yay! I have been looking forward to attending our nearby convention for the last few months.

Here are my top five reasons why I attend: 545 more words

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