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Black History Month

During the month of February, celebrate Black History month by incorporating these ideas into your homeschool lessons on African-American influence. Check out these resources you can apply

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Valentine’s Day

by Megan Bittner The Art of Love These yarn-wrapped hearts from Fynes Designs are a versatile craft that can be created by even the youngest

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Where Did The Time Go?

1.1 More Sun!: Learning About Daylight Saving Time 1.2 Benjamin Banneker and Clock Building 1.3 Clockwatchers: Time Management for Teens and Teachers This Sunday, we

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The Reformation

1.1 Reformation Hero Biographies 1.2 What Is the Reformation? 1.3 Unit Study Resources on the Reformation 1.4 People of the Reformation   This year marks

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Homeschool Classroom: Columbus Day Activities

Columbus Day

We know that Christopher Columbus was not the first European to discover the Americas, but his discovery did lead to further exploration and the eventual

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Audiology and Hearing

In honor of National Audiology Month, the Homeschool Classroom’s resources focus on hearing, the anatomy of the ear, and sign language. Enjoy the hands-on activities

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National Punctuation Day

National Punctuation Day is September 24, 2017. You can use the resources in the Homeschool Classroom to celebrate this day with serious studies as well

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Constitution Day Activities for Homeschoolers

The Constitution

September 17 is National Constitution Day. The resources in the Homeschool Classroom can help you teach your students about the sacrifice and courage of our

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Emergency Preparedness

September is National Preparedness Month. Being prepared for an emergency can mean the difference between life and death. The resources included here will not only

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National Eye Exam Month

In honor of National Eye Exam Month, Home Educators of Virginia is dedicating our homeschool classroom section of the Update to resources that focus on

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Summer Harvest

The summer harvest includes all kinds of tasty treats for our families to enjoy. Homeschoolers can use this season to teach children the importance of

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2017 Solar Eclipse

The first solar eclipse to traverse across the entire continent in 99 years will take place Monday, August 21, 2017. While Virginia will not see

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Celebrate the police and their work - hometown heroes

Hometown Heroes

Emergency services personnel work tirelessly to keep us safe, often working nights, weekends, and holidays when most of us are home relaxing. This week’s Homeschool

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Homeschool Planning

July is a great time to reevaluate and plan for the upcoming homeschool year. We have collected a few resources to get you started. 1.1

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