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Articles tagged Homeschooling

Homeschooling in the Desert of Affliction

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This school year God moved our home school into the desert. The breast cancer I thought I had successfully battled last school year spread, as triple-negative breast cancer is notorious for doing. As a result, I was forced to make adjustments to my homeschooling plans...
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Back to School (Part 4): I have fallen behind...

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by Robert
Tuesday, 08 November, 2011
categories: Articles, Grammar Stage (ages 4 to 11)
Nationwide Insurance has a tag line that says, “Life comes at you fast”—and it does. I must confess, I have fallen behind in my Foundations memory work. I had to go out of town because of work for a couple of weeks in a row and it really threw me off. I would say I am...
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Getting Organized: Garlands of Hosannas

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by Courtney
Thursday, 01 September, 2011
categories: Articles
There is a period of craziness in my house between summer vacation and the start of the school year when I try to get organized. My school room is in what is supposed to be the formal dining room. Unfortunately, it is right by the front door so anyone who comes to my...
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Oklahoma CC’ers Bring Hope to Haiti

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by Robert
Wednesday, 13 July, 2011
categories: Articles, Homeschooling Life
As the sun scorched our arms another day, we bounced over dusty, rut-filled roads that brought to mind the terms “outback” and “off road” in a whole new bone jarring reality. This is Haiti. Read the entire Write Up What would you think about Classical Conversations...
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Cultivate Faithfulness

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by Andrea Newitt
Wednesday, 22 June, 2011
categories: Articles
Years ago at a women’s retreat, I received a scroll with the verse “Trust in the Lord and do good; dwell in the land and cultivate faithfulness (Psalm 37:3, NASB). Isn’t that a lovely passage? Cultivate has such a deep, rich connotation, involving growth, development,...
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