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Is It Dysgraphia?

By: Dianne Craft, MA, CNHP One of the most common and most misdiagnosed processing problems in children is a blocked writing gate.  This is the

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Hands-On Reading Fun for Everyone

by Megan Bittner There is a plethora of benefits you can gain from everyday reading, including mental stimulation, knowledge, vocabulary expansion, memory improvement, stronger analytical

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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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Return to Public School

Q. I’ve just started homeschooling and I may send my teen back to high school next year. I am looking for an accredited curriculum.  What do

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Getting Connected

Q. I’m planning to homeschool this year. What is the best way to get my questions answered, connect with other homeschoolers, and find out about

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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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