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Writing with Literature

Supporting Young Writers in Your Homeschool With Great Literature

*This post contains affiliate links to a curriculum we use in our home school. See disclosure policy for full details. Are you and your kids tired of the same old writing drills? Do your homeschool bookshelves house more than three types of writing curriculum? Writing, even if you feel you are quite good at it […]

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How I Teach Crtiical Thinking

How I Teach Critical Thinking in Our Homeschool

      Critical Thinking is an essential part of learning.  In order for us to be resilient and successful in life we need to be able to gather facts, process through them, know if we require any more information or help, and then make a decision to move forward. Learning how to “Think it Through” […]

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Books for Summer

Homeschool Summer Reading

*This post contains affiliate links.     Summer time, time to: unwind relax be adventurous play dream discover What better way to check off everything on the above list than to open up a great book! We are often sitting outside reading our books, getting lost in adventures of the future, days gone past, antics […]

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Ten Homeschooling Mistakes

10 Homeschooling “Mistakes” You Need to Quit

Ever feel like your happy home school has turned into a never ending roller coaster ride of emotions? Things roll along smoothly for a while and then the dips come…then the loooong climb back up to the top only to find you dive down once again; but this time with more momentum and speed.  There […]

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