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What Did I Buy and Where is it?

What Did I Buy and Where is it?
Probably once or twice a week I get a phone call or email saying "What did I buy, what am I paying for, and what can I keep forever?" I get this quest...
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Teaching Math the Right Way Tip #1

Teaching Math the Right Way Tip #1
Choose the Correct Sequence Four years of math is important, because it’s required for high school graduation in every state.  It’s important because it’s required for admission to college, because almost all colleges require a full four years of math.  However, that doesn’t mean your child has to do four years of upper level math including calculus. It just means that they should continue to work at their own level and keep moving forward every year....
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Guest — Homeschool Mom
What if my child has completed Algebra 1 and Algebra 2 before high school? The plan is to start Geometry in 9th grade and go up th... Read More
Monday, 14 October 2013 17:35
Guest — Lee
Homeschool Mom, That is a great question! I am actually hosting a FREE webinar tomorrow that will give you an in-depth answer to ... Read More
Monday, 14 October 2013 18:35
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Please LIKE me on Facebook

Please LIKE me on Facebook
Hey, can you do me a quick favor?  I'd love for you to run over to my Facebook page and give me a quick "like".  It only takes a second, you know?By the way, in case you don't know, when you "Like" my page, it doesn't mean you see all my posts.  To actually SEE my Facebook posts in your news feed, you have to add me to you interest list, and then click "Show in...
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Feel Encouraged Along the Way

Feel Encouraged Along the Way
I received a wonderful endorsement from Allen Kvalvik!  I gave an online class for First Class Homeschool Ministries, and Allen was the moderator.  He and his wife have been friends, customers, and business associates for a while now.  Check out the nice things he had to say about the Total Transcript Solution!Total Transcript Solution Review by First Class Homeschool Ministries"There’s no better endorser than a satisfied customer. And I would say that my wife, Joyce, and...
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Parent Training A la Carte - Empower by the Hour!

It's my great pleasure to introduce you to my NEW resource for homeschooling high school - Parent Training A La Carte! To start your summer right, we're introducing this great resource at sale prices!Home High School Parent Training A la Carte - Introductory SaleGrab These Sale Prices! June 4 - 5  is  50% Off June 6 - 7  is  40% Off June 8 - 9  is  30% Off June 10 - 11 is 20% Off June...
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Distance Learning with Speech and Debate

Distance Learning with Speech and Debate
In the city, there are lots of educational opportunities - some would say TOO MANY because we become overwhelmed with options.  That's not what it's like for everyone, however.  I have some ideas if your child has a urge to try speech and debate, but there are no other homeschoolers nearby.Toastmasters has international meetings.  You may be able to find a toastmasters group where you live, even if you are overseas.You can look online for a...
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Be Strong in Wisdom AND the Spirit

Be Strong in Wisdom AND the Spirit
Stephen was strong, wise, and full of the Spirit.  We can learn a lot from the first martyr.  Here is what the Bible says:"These men began to argue with Stephen, but they could not stand up against his wisdom or the Spirit by whom he spoke." Acts 6:9-10Standing up against society is difficult.  Stephen's witness is so strong because he stood up against society using both wisdom and the Holy Spirit - not just one or...
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Thank you for that. It's funny that you wrote about Stephen. I was just reading the free book from VOM called "Torchered For Chr... Read More
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     Have you ever considered hiring a college coach? 

    In 2017, the average cost to hire a college  coach was between $4000 and $6000. And some cost more... much more! Avery was taken aback when she saw a college admission coach advertising services for $70,000. Most homeschoolers don't have that kind of money. Which is why Avery was so shocked.  

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    "Occupational Education" is the easiest class you will ever teach! It is a homeschool requirement in some states (i.e. Washington State). I'm convinced it's the easiest class to cover in your homeschool.

    occupational education

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    1. Wait until your child becomes motivated by money
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  • How to Document Homeschool PE Credits

    Do homeschool PE credits seem elusive to you? Do you wish there was a surefire system to document all PE credits? To be sure, homeschool PE isn't the same as a public school PE class, but you have the blessing of a wider range of options for PE credit as a homeschooler.

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