Author: Rachel

Who Was Ghandi?

These biographies highlight the lives of famous people in a story-telling format. The easy-to-read stories are captivating and black and white illustrations are featured on every page.

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Help! My Kids Hate History!

Do your kids hate social studies – history, geography, you-name-it? Well, you’re in good company! I’ve found that even the most motivated, capable, and easy-going students can dislike a subject at one point or another for a variety of reasons. The good news is that you can help – and it’s easier than you think! Why do your children hate social studies?   They’re bored Let’s face it, we’ve all been there. You pick up a book and you just can’t bring yourself to finish it because it simply doesn’t interest you. As an adult, we just set aside...

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Organizing Your Homeschool For A New Year

As the leaves change colors and the temperature begins to drop, many of us are preparing to begin another year of home education. After taking the summer to recharge your batteries, this may be a perfect opportunity to give your homeschool room some special attention, too!

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The Simple Delights of Paper Chains

If you’re like me, then it’s been a few (well, maybe more than a few) years since you’ve made a construction paper chain. I have so many fond memories of using them to help decorate our home for the holidays and competing against my sister to create the longest chain.

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Complete College Application Walkthrough

Don’t wait until graduation to prepare your teens for applying to colleges! In this complete walkthrough, learn all about the process and the practical things you should be doing right now to prepare for the next step in your child’s education. The following information is directed at families who already have an understanding of homeschool high school requirements. If you would like more information on how to homeschool in high school, then you can find it by watching our free workshop videos, or by contacting our consultants for product information. High School Years: Standardized Testing (If you prefer not...

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