Category Archives for Homeschool

Pandemic Parenting That Will Brighten Your Days and Energize Your Homeschool

This will always be the year the world shut down. It’s historic, but can also feel a little annoying and heavy from time to time. Since society has changed pace lately, this is the perfect time to improve our family relationships and increase our energy and fun times. This class will talk about 3 Plans and 3 Focuses used […]

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Help Your Dyslexic Child Become an Empowered, Independent Learner

Your child avoids reading and is a terrible speller.  Is he dyslexic?  And if so, what can you do to help?  Join Jill Stowell, Dyslexia Remediation Specialist to learn:·      What dyslexia is·      Simple strategies for supporting your dyslexic learner, and·      Resources for removing the “disability” part of dyslexia while […]

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The WHOLE Homeschool Part 2

You want your homeschooling efforts to be successful, really successful. You want your children to have a happy, healthy childhood, to earn a great education and to grow up to superb adults. And you’re putting in so much energy, effort and attention because you so desperately want them to succeed. Way to go!In order to […]

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The Benefits of Musical Theatre Training in a Selfie Obsessed Generation

This course is all about the benefits of training in Musical Theatre in a child’s life.  Together we will talk about how training in all three disciplines – singing, dancing, and acting is not only fun, it improves self discipline, confidence, and creativity both in the classroom and beyond. Bookmark

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Homeschooling 101: The Basics of Home Education

New to homeschooling? Have no idea where to start or what to do? Have no fear! I’m here to answer all your questions and concerns and walk you through the beginning steps of homeschooling.My goal is to empower you to move forward with confidence in yourself as your child’s primary educator. More about Jen: Jen […]

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The WHOLE Homeschool Part 1

You want your homeschooling efforts to be successful, really successful. You want your children to have a happy, healthy childhood, to earn a great education and to grow up to superb adults. And you’re putting in so much energy, effort and attention because you so desperately want them to succeed. Way to go!In order to […]

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Pigs Unit Study

 PLUS Members: Click here for an outline of unit studies for an ENTIRE year of preschool This little pig went to market, this little piggy was homeschooled.. Here is an outline of my Pigs lesson plan:PICTURE BOOKS: (links given are for reference only; these books are often found at your local library)- The True Adventures of […]

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(2001) 9/11 Terrorist Attacks

REAL JOURNAL ENTRIESRead a moving diary entry written by a woman on Sept 11, 2001.>>CLICK HERE TO VIEW<< Bookmark

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(1972) Watergate Scandal

REAL JOURNAL ENTRIESExcerpt from Window on Congress: A Congressional Biography of Barber B. Conable Jr.>>CLICK HERE TO VIEW<< Bookmark

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The War-Time Journal of a Georgia Girl

​Eliza Frances Andrews was born to a prominent judge and planter in Washington, Georgia in 1840. According to one report, her family owned two hundred slaves. She attended the Ladies’ Seminary and then enrolled at La Grange Female College, from which she received her A. B. in 1857. Leading up to and during the Civil […]

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