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Homeschool Mom Books Bless you for stopping by. Would you please share this post using the buttons above? Please note: this post may contain affiliate links. I receive emails and messages daily asking me about the Homeschool Mom books I share on my facebook, instagram , Google+ and now Pressgram account(s). I try to respond to everyone in a timely manner but think it’s time to begin this list. I will add to it over time and provide you with all of the books that I have read over the past few years and the ones I will read in the future. For me, I love reading books and a few blogs. So, here it is – the list you’ve been asking for and the one I finally put together for you. First and foremost - The Bible and then: Please note, this post contains affiliate links. Digital Photography Tutorials Learn how to take and edit digital photographs using visual tutorials that emphasize concept over procedure, independent of specific digital camera or lens. This is a complete listing of all tutorials on this site; click the drop-down links in the top menu to see particular topics. Photography is going through an exciting transition period as many film photographers are beginning to explore the new capabilities of digital cameras. While the fundamentals have remained similar, other aspects are markedly different. These tutorials are rarely influenced by changes in image editing software and camera equipment — due to their unique concept-based approach. View in other languages: Português Русский Deutsch Français Italiano

Making Learning Fun Mom's Mustard Seeds - Faith, Parenting, Homeschool and Nutrition Recipes for Play If you are a regular here at Learn~Play~Imagine you know we love creating recipes for play! It's amazing how with just a few simple ingredients the best sensory doughs, paints, and play recipes can be made. It's high time I compiled a list of all of our favorite recipes for play, both from us and from around the web. The Ultimate List of Recipes for Play To catch all the recipes for play that we share follow me on Pinterest.

Bananas and Monkeys Original source unknown. (But the story appears to have some basis in fact.) Start with a cage containing five monkeys. Inside the cage, hang a banana on a string and place a set of stairs under it. After a while, another monkey makes an attempt with the same result - all the other monkeys are sprayed with cold water. Now, put away the cold water. After another attempt and attack, he knows that if he tries to climb the stairs, he will be assaulted. Next, remove another of the original five monkeys and replace it with a new one. Most of the monkeys that are beating him have no idea why they were not permitted to climb the stairs or why they are participating in the beating of the newest monkey. After replacing all the original monkeys, none of the remaining monkeys have ever been sprayed with cold water. And that, my friends, is how company policies are made. Return to Jim Huggins' Humor Page

Progressive Phonics - "Dolch" words To succeed in school, your child needs to be able to read 220 vitally important, high-frequency words---words like I, and, go, what, are, etc., which are "connecting" words that give sentences their meaning. These 220 words were identified by Edward William Dolch PhD. in 1948. Dr. Dolch’s theory was that if children could read these words rapidly and without conscious effort, they would be well on their way to becoming good readers For example, the blue words in the following sentence are all “Dolch” words: The dog ran after the cat, but the cat got away. - 87% - Green Eggs and Ham by Dr. (List compiled by - and available at - www.picturemereading.com) And not just children's books. Many schools in the United States recognize the Dolch high-frequency word lists as a VITAL step in creating a good reader. We think that is a little bit steep. And that pays off in terms of literacy and fluency.

Mom In a Crisis Let Go Bless you for stopping by. Would you please share this post using the buttons above? Please note: this post may contain affiliate links. Dear Mom in a crisis, I’m talking to you today. Yes, you. I know, I’ve been there. I used to think, if I don’t talk about it, think about it, pray about it, it will just go away. But, it doesn’t It’s there, bigger than life, like a big elephant in the middle of the room. It threatens every conversation, every smile, every.single.moment.of.peace and it wakes you up in the middle of the night – you, there in a puddle of cold sweat. Today, I want you to know. As a mother who has experienced devastation in my own home, witnessing the impact on my own children, I have slowly, but found the truth of the matter – I can not control the actions of another person. I have learned to let it go and truly let God. I have learned to love and be loved. It’s up to God to open their eyes and ears and it’s also up to Him to open their hearts to His truth.

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The Key to Successful Homeschool  - Home - Homegrown Learners The key to accomplishing A LOT in your homeschool is actually staying HOME. When my children were younger we were always on the go - fun field trips, park days, and getting out "just because". Now that Anna is in 7th grade, the work is getting HARD (more on her Challenge program in the next few weeks!) and we must stay home the majority of our time to give this beautiful program the justice it deserves. *This post contains affiliate links. This week we spent A LOT of time at home. Confession: Staying home is hard for me. And, to be honest, it used to seem like a "sacrifice" to me, but now it's just what we do, and wouldn't trade it for anything. Here's what our week looked like: Anna - Challenge A Anna's days are quite structured, but the Challenge A program allows for HER to design and maintain that structure. Basically, she has six "subjects" she is studying this year: Math, Latin, Rhetoric, Geography, Science, and Writing. 1. 2. 3. 4. Grant - Foundations at Home Work 1. 2. 3. 4. 5.

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