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Twelve Days of Christmas with IEW

Twelve Days of Christmas with IEW
​One of my favorite writing curriculum resources comes from my friends at IEW. If you aren't familiar with IEW, Institute for Excellence in Writing, y...
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Guest — Jessica
Thanks again!
Thursday, 26 December 2019 14:28
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Bright Future Ahead [Free ebook]

Bright Future Ahead [Free ebook]
Your child has a bright future ahead! This book was compiled to help you homeschool through the coming year with the best possible success.  Star...
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Teaching Latin: The Not-Quite-So-Dead Language

Teaching Latin: The Not-Quite-So-Dead Language
Teaching Latin. It is a language that is intimidating to some, but can be helpful in helping to learn other languages. Before you blow it off as ...
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Latin
Tuesday, 04 June 2019 20:59
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[Free eBook] Finding A College You Love

[Free eBook] Finding A College You Love
Finding a college is like trying to find the "love of your life." When you have narrowed down your selection of colleges to a few candidate schoo...
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The 12 Days of Christmas Teaching Tips

The 12 Days of Christmas Teaching Tips
Master my best Christmas teaching tips this season! Holiday seasons, especially between November and January, are busy times. Celebrations like Thanks...
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The HomeScholar Online Christmas Party

The HomeScholar Online Christmas Party
Join me for fun and games, laughter and friendship, giveaways and prizes! The HomeScholar Online Christmas Party is going to be SO much fun! It will be just like a regular Christmas party, only it will be completely online. We will have a holiday recipe exchange, play party games, share white elephant gifts, and you’ll even get party favors! While we are together, you can ask me anything about homeschooling high school while we are chatting...
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Happy Valentine’s Day! Free Webinar and Ebook!

Happy Valentine’s Day! Free Webinar and Ebook!
Happy Valentine’s Day!I hope you have a great Valentine’s Day, and enjoy the love of your family!  I have a gift for you: a free webinar and ebook, Taking the Mystery Out of the ACT and SAT! This is a FREE full length class, PLUS Ebook for you to print and save.Many parents get stressed by the college preparation process, but you don’t need to! Join me and Andrew Pudewa from theInstitute For Excellence in Writing as we share the secrets...
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Join The HomeScholar for a Twitter Party!

Join The HomeScholar for a Twitter Party!
The HomeScholar is excited to announce that we are having our very first Twitter Party!Join us for: a chance to win giveaways from The HomeScholar enjoy some time  to talk to Lee about homeschooling high school questions chat with other homeschool moms about homeschooling high school topics and concerns Here are the party details… Date:  Thursday, November 10 When:  3 p.m.- 4 p.m.  EST Where: use the hashtag #thsparty Parties are so much fun.  We cannot wait...
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AWANA

AWANA
Awana is a wonderful program, and a great way to get Bible credit naturally in a fun activity.  I know it take a LOT of work.  Because it takes so much time and effort, I usually suggest including it on your high school transcripts.  In private schools and many homeschools, families include Bible on their transcript as a regular subject area - just like math, or science, or physical education.  On my transcript, I had Bible...
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Dear Elise, I usually count boy scouting as a PE credit, and it can also be listed as an activity. These blog posts may clarify;... Read More
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Guest — Elise Knight
Great advice as usual, Lee! One question, though. I thought you had said somewhere (who knows if I just dreamed this?! : )) to o... Read More
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Join me at The Homeschool Lounge "Summer Daze" event!

Join me at The Homeschool Lounge "Summer Daze" event!
I'm thrilled to share that I will be participating in The Homeschool Lounge's "Summer Daze" event August 1 through August 5, 2011! Not only will there be great activities, but there will also be wonderful giveaways provided by a long list of wonderful homeschool businesses! The Homeschool Lounge will be giving away one of each of the following Parent Training Tools from The HomeScholar: Setting the Records Straight Easy to read and logically organized, this book...
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