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Why I Like Algebra and How I Use It!


Everyone who knows me at all knows that I am a NERD. I am forever pushing my imaginary glasses up on my nose. And like a lot of nerds, I love algebra. I like working the problems because they are ...

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Celebrate Italian Heritage Month


America has been called the melting pot because so many different cultures have contributed to its development and continued success. As a result, we have many different “heritage” and “history” months like February being African-American History Month and Hispanic Heritage ...

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Beauty in Stained Glass


Throughout the ages and in many countries, churches and cathedrals have provided a place of solace, reflection, and majesty for the true believer. It might be the size and scale, as many churches have soaring ceilings and massive naves. It ...

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Astronomy: Our Father’s Design, Part 6


Understanding Light Speed “Warp factor nine, Captain?” A core concept in physics and astronomy is light’s speed. But a troubling question that comes up is, “Can anything travel faster than light?” Contrary to belief, Einstein’s theory of relativity does not ...

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Must Reads Homeschool Edition, October 18, 2014

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Welcome to “Must Reads: Homeschool Edition” for October 18, 2014! Before your weekend gets too busy, we’d like to inspire you with some of our favorite articles from the week from HEDUA’s sites and across the web. Each Saturday we’ll ...

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Meet the Creators of Five in a Row!

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A Lifestyle of Learning There are a few people whom I consider my homeschooling heroes. And I recently had the privilege of meeting a couple at the top of that list — Steve and Jane Lambert, longtime homeschoolers, frequent convention ...

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Help for Non-Standard Learners


Learn how to take learning detours with nonstandard learners and understand what that entails. Esther Wilkison explains how to build neurological pathways, which benefits all types of learners.

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Working for My Wife?


Marriage. I am supposed to write you a little something here, for Faith and Family Fridays, about marriage. How do I know this? My wife told me to. That’s not the setup for any kind of joke, nor is it ...

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Fall Fun for Kids with Sensory Issues


10 Ideas for Fall Fun It’s finally fall! After the heat of the summer, it’s always nice to feel the cooler temperatures, give the kids a chance to get outside more often, and burn off lots of energy before winter ...

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Reducing Math Anxiety: 5 Tips


My son with Aspergers syndrome is pretty smart. He knew many of his multiplication facts before we were done with multiple digit addition. So why does he cry over math problems? Honestly, I don’t know. Sometimes it’s looking at the ...

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