Monthly Archives: January 2009

O Give Us Homes

by Jean Sibelius O give us homes built firm upon the Savior; Where Christ is head and counselor and guide; Where every child is taught His love and favor And gives his heart to Christ, the crucified; How sweet to know that tho his footsteps waver His faithful Lord is walking by his side! O […]

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All About Homophones – Coupon

I just found out about a special on All About Homophones for 1 week only. To celebrate the new book, we’re giving you $10 off! Just enter the coupon code "FUN" in the customer code box during checkout. The coupon code is good for one week, now through Monday, February 2, 2009. Make spelling a […]

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All About Homophones

All About Homophones is a book produced by All About Learning Press and it’s about…Homophones.  In case you’re wondering what homophone means, it is derived from the Greek and literally means same sound.  So homophones are words that sound the same, but are spelled differently and have different meanings. Some examples are two/too, won/one, would/wood, […]

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Book Club Meeting

Once again this year we have been participating in a home school book club. We call it a book club, but it probably would be better named a book report club.  Each month there is a different topic. I posted about this year’s schedule at this post.  Each child reads a book that fits the […]

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What Think Ye Of Christ?

by John Newton “What think ye of Christ?” is the test To try both your state and your scheme; You cannot be right in the rest Unless you think rightly of Him. As Jesus appears in your view- As He is beloved or not- So God is disposed to you, And mercy or wrath is […]

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Cougar vs Deer Population Experiment

Disclosure: This post contains an affiliate link. If you purchase from the link, I will receive a small commission. We are using Apologia’s Elementary Zoology Book 3 for science this year.  It is the study of land animals.  We just finished chapter 4 and completed an interesting demonstration of the relationship between populations of predator and […]

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KinderBach

KinderBach is a piano program designed for young students ages 2-7.  The program consists of on-line video lessons taught by Karri Gregor, the company’s creator.  She developed the program for teaching her own children after finding no piano teacher willing to teach students younger than 7.  Karri is energetic and teaches at a level that […]

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Year in Review

I went back through my blog for the past year and posted the first sentence from the first entry of each month. It gives a pretty good overview of my year. January It’s New Years Day and I have just a second to pop in. February This morning I took my semi-annual load of stuff […]

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New Year’s Resolutions

Why do we make New Year’s resolutions?  I wonder where the tradition comes from?  The perfectionist in me really loves the New Year.  It’s like a completely clean slate. A fresh start.  A brand new year that I haven’t messed up yet.  Wow.  Maybe this year I’ll be able to do everything perfectly. Nope. I […]

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Disclosure Policy

This policy is valid from 22 June 2009  This blog is a personal blog written and edited by me. For questions about this blog, please contact  2khamilton at gmail dot com.  This blog accepts forms of cash advertising, sponsorship, paid insertions or other forms of compensation.  This blog abides by word of mouth marketing standards. […]

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