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Homeschooling Resources - How to Compile a Reading List

Colleges love to see a reading list from homeschoolers - but how do you go about getting a reading list? Obviously the easiest way is to have your student keep track of all the books they have read. I was never very successful with that strategy myself (nobody is perfect!) Instead, each summer as I compiled the previous year's work, I had to think of other ways to recreate the information. Consider these ideas: Keep your...
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Contest Winner!

Contest Winner!
Joan Purswell was the winner of our drawing to win "A Moment of Peace." Joan was visiting the Christian Heritage Convention in Washington to research homeschooling for her grandchild.Congratulations, Joan!!
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Homeschool Transcripts - I Saw a Tax Accountant!

Homeschool Transcripts - I Saw a Tax Accountant!
I've always done my taxes by myself, but this year with my new business I was WAY in over my head, so I had to see an // ![DATA[ D(["mb","\u003cspan name\u003d\"st\"\>accountant\u003c/span\>. It was amazing! I\nnormally spend more than a month on my taxes! This time I took the stuff\nto him, and the next morning he called to say he was DONE! Even though I\nhad to pay to have it done, I still came out ahead because...
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