Monthly Archives: March 2011

TeenCoder by Homeschool Programming

My kids are growing up in a different world than I did. The advances in technology just in my lifetime are staggering. (and I’m not that old!) There’s actually a term for members of this computer generation. They’re called Digital Natives. My oldest son has loved all things computer since he started playing with his […]

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List Progress

I’m sure everyone is on the edge of their seats wondering how much I’ve done on my list in one week. No? Well, that’s what I’m blogging about today. Switch the kids’ winter clothes for spring clothes. Clean out kids’ closets. Do a thorough dusting of the kids’ rooms. Change upstairs filter. Do a thorough […]

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Code of Justice by Liz Johnson

I’m participating in the 52 books in 52 weeks challenge again this year, but I have done a terrible job of posting updates. (That means I haven’t posted any.) It’s not because I haven’t been reading, but my personal blogging time has definitely been affected by Baby Boy. And I am a bit behind on […]

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Contentment

It’s amazing what a difference a few days can make. I worked hard this weekend getting caught up on grading and school planning. I made sure I was ready to face Monday morning before… Monday morning! And I felt so much better today. School went well. Then I started on my spring cleaning list. We […]

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My List

I’ve been busy. It’s tough coming back from a long trip. I’ve had to catch up on things at HSB. I’ve had to catch up on laundry. This week I also had to finish preparing the Kids 4 Truth cards for our children’s ministry and prepare clothes for a consignment sale. School was just “do […]

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Flexibility

I’m generally an organized person. I may not write everything down, but I’ve always got a plan in my head. I think that organizing is my way of maintaining control. I’m not saying that’s a bad thing, actually for the most part I think it’s good to have a plan. But sometimes we have to […]

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Reading Kingdom

How can I teach my child to read? I think that is one of the biggest concerns of parents planning to homeschool their young children. We’ve been led to believe that it is really difficult and that it is very important that you chose the right method or you might ruin your child’s entire future! […]

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Elements of Faith

Elements of Faith: Faith Facts and Learning Lessons from the Periodic Table Vol. 1 by Richard D. Duncan Elements of Faith Vol. 1 discusses the first 50 elements of the periodic table. For each element the author has included the following sections: Data, Analysis, Reaction, Quick Quiz, and Response. The Data section contains several facts […]

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