I’m Letting My Hair Down with Math Manipulative Activities this Year!

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Math Manipulative Activities are recommended by the educator, Charlotte Mason. She suggests that math should be taught with concrete objects, and I couldn’t agree more with her suggestion. Growing up, I did fair in math, but I absolutely had no understanding. I memorized the steps and was able to always easily pass. But when review time […]

Classical Composers Monthly Giveaway –

Super FUN giveaway!

This Weeks Featured Giveaway Classical Composers Monthly 4 collections: Classical Composers Collection 1 ($14.95 value): Includes Schubert, Vivaldi, Mozart, Haydn, Bach, Tchaikovsky, von Weber, Mendelssohn, Beethoven, Bartok, Hindemith, Chopin, and Brahms.   Fine Art Pages Collection 1 ($14.95 value): A Printable collection of 25 famous paintings for you to easily and painlessly introduce fine art […]

FREE Autumn Notebook Pages!

Hurry and grab these FREE Autumn Notebook pages! 166 pages to choose from!

    Grab the FREE Autumn Notebook Pages today! Description: Brighten your studies with these colorful, beautifully-decorated notebooking pages.  Notebooking  Autumn contains 112 pages to use for journaling, copy work, dictation exercises, spelling, reports, and fall nature/science studies.   Each design has three options, so you can print only the pages you need whether you’re teaching […]

Why Do Homeschoolers Need to Join Scouting?

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Hi everyone, The time is flying very fast, isn’t it? It has been in the middle of the year while I still feel that We have just celebrated new year. Well, the time will be very fast for really busy mom like me. We have just joined the first week end camping with the scouts […]

FREE Middle School Printable Book Report Form!

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We couldn’t quite find the perfect printable book report form for my middle schooler, so we created our own.   We wanted a book report form that could be used with all books. Nothing overwhelming, but detailed enough that it assured me that my child was comprehending what he was reading. My middle schooler uses this form […]

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