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How to Start a Nature Study the Easy Way

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Homeschooling through the seasons can be a wonderful way to learn science together. Spring lends itself easily to an introduction of studying nature. The weather tends to be inviting, and most people want to spend at least part of their ...

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Goal Setting for Single Parents

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Does setting goals seem like a time-consuming luxury you can’t fit into your busy life as a single parent? Maybe your only goal is to survive another day! Please hear me on this: I’ve been a single mom for fourteen ...

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Must Reads Homeschool Edition, March 28, 2015

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Before your weekend gets too busy, we'd like to inspire you with some of our favorite articles from HEDUA and across the web. Each Saturday we’ll share a digest of the best and give you something to do while you drink your morning coffee. Let’s get started!

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Looking Back on the Early Learning Years

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Have you noticed just how many resources are available for early learners? Entire preschool curriculum options line the shelf, ensuring that your youngster will not only be able to read before kindergarten, but that she will do so in Latin ...

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The End!

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Do you remember the Five Elements of a Good Story? “A Satisfying Solution” is the final element. Have you ever read a story (or written one) that never seems to end? The main character has accomplished his/her goal and yet ...

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How Do Moms Teach Latin?

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Dwayne Thomas from Visual Latin joins Rebecca Keliher on Life Plus Homeschooling and shares how moms can teach Latin in the homeschool setting with ease.

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Under Control

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When we read the Crusader’s college acceptance letter, we all screamed and leapt with joy. Aloud I cried, “Praise God,” while secretly, I wept—from relief. A “no” would have shown that this homeschooling mom should have prayed more, pushed harder, ...

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14 Ways to End the Whining

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Listening to one of my children whine does something in me at gut level, producing a sensation that could just as easily be rendered by having a power sander applied to my heels. I begin to tense up, my eyes ...

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The Myth of Catching Up

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This is not written for all the homeschool moms out there who have their days neatly scheduled, their homes picked up, their to-do lists checked off each day, their meal plans in place, their checkbooks balanced, and their children’s curriculum ...

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Must Reads Homeschool Edition, March 21, 2015

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Before your weekend gets too busy, we'd like to inspire you with some of our favorite articles from HEDUA and across the web. Each Saturday we’ll share a digest of the best and give you something to do while you drink your morning coffee. Let’s get started!

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As Real As It Gets

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Todd and Debbie Wilson of Familyman Ministries discuss what is the most important priority of a homeschool family. Todd and Debbie talk about what it is like to homeschool on the road. They share their passions, their family life, and their goals.

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Around the Sun Again

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It’s March! Actually, March is nearly over by now—I think today should be March 20th. (It’s actually January while I’m writing this, but I’m wearing a Hawaiian flowery shirt to make me think of spring.) What happens today? Well, you’re ...

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