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Note taking skills can really help your children become successful in college and career. And, it's a pretty easy class to teach.
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Research shows that physical pencil to paper note taking can increase the comprehension of the material
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 a dead language, see what my friend Mary Ellen has to say about it. She'll bring you many good reasons why teaching Latin shouldn't be intimidating or hard, but why it can benefit your homeschool!
Homeschoolers are often Christian families - and they often include Christian education in their homeschool. Let me show you how to include your study of faith onto your transcript. After all, Christian high schools include faith-based classes on their transcript, and you can too!
How to give high school grades, assign credits, and make transcripts are the top questions I get
It's tempting to think that our goal is to get our children in to college. No, no! Our goal is that our children can get in AND afford to go to college. Getting admitted is only part of the problem! Here are some ideas to help you get more scholarships once you've gotten in, done the math, and still come up short