Kingdom Code: A Review

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Dear Homeschooler, Let’s talk money. Good money management can be hard lessons to learn even as adults. In elementary school, kids learn to recognize money, count money, and add and subtract money, but we don’t spend a lot of time teaching the practical side of things like good spending practices, money…

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Supercharged Science: A Review

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Dear Homeschooler, Science is one of our favorite subjects. There is so much fun to be had exploring and experimenting. We have taken several different approaches to science, including unit studies, traditional textbooks and workbooks, living books, note booking and lap books. We have enjoyed elements of them all, and…

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EdAlive: A Review

EdAlive

    Dear Homeschooler, As the school year winds down and textbooks slowly reach the finish line, I look to find fun ways to practice and review skills. We play more games, take more field trips, and often increase our online presence, as electronic time is something I typically put…

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Emotional ABC’s: A Review

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A great review from a few years ago…   Dear Homeschooler, Before my children were old enough to homeschool, I worked as a special education teacher in an intensive program for students with autism. One of the hardest things to teach my students was emotional self-regulation — recognizing their emotions…

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CrossWired Science: A Review

CrossWired science

Dear Homeschooler, What type of homeschooler are you? We are fairly eclectic in our approach to learning. I have both classical and Charlotte Mason leanings, but we also enjoy unit studies, hand-on and practical methods, and elements of both student-led and traditional learning. We do enjoy a gamut of approaches.…

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