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Traveling Tuesdays: Tips for Teaching Children About the Wonders of Traveling

I have a dream of expanding our homeschool life to a worldschool life. Although the only place I have traveled outside of the US is Bahamas (on a cruise ship), I definitely have a wanderlust spirit. 481 more words


Easter Fun: Resurrection Eggs

Join us this week, as we explore memorable and edifying ways to celebrate Easter. We encourage you to take some of the ideas you find and make them your own. 386 more words


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It's Easter week; let's celebrate!

100 Day Homeschool Party

This year’s 100th Day Homeschooling Party was a SUCCESS!!!  We started our homeschool a little later than our local public schools this school year, but hey- that’s one of the benefits of homeschooling.   653 more words


Science Project as of 3/30/15

My petri dishes are disgusting. Guess what? I do not think that dog saliva is good to kill bacteria so don’t believe it is someone tells you it does. 51 more words


To Market, To Market Day

If you could design and sell a product, what would it be? This is the very question the Younger Fives pondered this week to get ready for Market Day, a wonderful get-together organized by the… 318 more words


The Story of an Ex-Good Girl: Part One

HA Note: The following is reprinted with permission from Exgoodgirl’s blog The Travels and Travails of an Ex-Good Girl. It was originally published on August 2, 2014 and has been slightly modified for HA. 808 more words


You Know You're a Homeschooler...

You know you’re a homeschooler when one of your children says…

“John Dalton! He’s my favorite Quaker scientist!”

I had to share this rather humorous moment before it was lost in my memories while trying to figure out what we’ll be having for dinner. 37 more words