Archive | July, 2011

26 July 2011 ~ Comments Off

All About Spelling Beehive Reader

As part of the TOS homeschool crew, I was able to review the book Beehive Reader. We loved the All About Spelling program, so I figured I was getting another high quality product. Little did I know

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16 July 2011 ~ Comments Off

Exercise and Fitness for Homeschool Moms

I know it sounds impossible, but exercise and fitness for homeschool moms CAN be a reality. Whether you weight 100 pounds or 300 pounds, you need to get/stay in shape and keep moving each day. Here are some tips for staying fit, fitting in exercise, and setting a good example of fitness for your children….

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10 July 2011 ~ Comments Off

How Great Is Our God DVD

Have you seen this movie yet?  It is AWESOME!  I thought I would take today to give you a How Great is Our God DVD review. We watched it at church last Sunday.  I’ve heard a lot about this movie.  One Sunday School teacher showed it this past summer in his class.  Many people bought […]

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07 July 2011 ~ Comments Off

Top 10 Reasons to Teach Phonics

I just received my latest newsletter from CurrClick and came across a great article entitled “Top 10 Reasons to Teach Phonics.” I thought they made some great points so I wanted to share it with you. CurrClick is a fun site where

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04 July 2011 ~ Comments Off

Do you need home school curriculum?

With so many curriculums out there it can be overwhelming to know which one to choose or if you should choose one at all. This article that I wrote gives you some guidelines for how to know whether homeschool curriculum is for you or if you should choose a different format. Discover how simple it […]

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01 July 2011 ~ Comments Off

Avoid Homeschool Burnout

Homeschool burnout can happen at any time of year, but Spring time seems to be a popular time for it. If you’re suffering from homeschool burnout, feel it coming on or just want to find some ideas on how to avoid it if it happens to creep in, then you’ll want to look at this […]

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