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Homeschooling on Faith and a Budget, by Christy Acre

Homeschooling on Faith and a Budget

By Christy Acre

Have you been homeschooling your child through preschool, but now he is approaching kindergarten and you aren’t sure that you can afford to keep him home to teach him? 1,163 more words

Teaching

Bible Verse Songs

Well, I have been writing my piano curriculum, but not in any particular order. I went through Psalms the other night, and arranged eight or ten verses to rhythms. 352 more words

Teaching

Current Projects

I find that I work best when I have a deadline looming. Sad, I know. I try so hard not to be a procrastinator, but it’s so much easier to meet my goals when they are well-defined and include a due date! 666 more words

Teaching

The Power of False History: Nicholas' Story

CC image courtesy of Flickr, Ryan Hyde.

HA Note: This is a preview of our upcoming Lightbulb Moments series. We would love for you to… 744 more words

Curriculum

Non-Fiction needs to be spread around the curriculum

I have always been of the opinion that English classes have been bearing the brunt of the “more non-fiction” mandate in the Common Core Standards, and finally someone else is saying the same.   17 more words

Reading

Failure Can Lead to Success

Some of the best learning can happen when things don’t work as expected.

This year when we took out our hand pump to introduce it to the children, teachers couldn’t get the pump to work. 723 more words

Education