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Reading Readiness with LeapStart from Leapfrog

As a LeapFrog Mom Ambassador, I receive products, promotional items and educational material to use and share our experiences. However, all opinions are my own. Growing up, I remember begging my dad to take me to the bookstore so I could get a new Babysitters Club book or one from the Black Stallion Series when I …

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Nutcracker Preschool Pack

Grab Your Nutcracker Preschool Preschool Pack Take a journey with The Nutcracker Prince and Clara as they battle about the Mouse King and watch as the Sugar Plum Fairies dance into the night while your little one learns skills such as letter recognition, sequencing, and pencil control. First Name* Last Name Email* Submit Marketing by …

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Super Teacher Worksheets to Save the Day

When I was in school, one of my favorite things to do were worksheets. I was so excited to review Super Teacher Worksheets and share this love with my first grader and preschoolers. It’s super affordable for an Individual Membership at $19.95 per year.   Super Teacher Worksheets   Super Teacher Worksheets has over 10,000 worksheets  you can …

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Free Homeschool Election Unit Study

Whether we agree with the candidates or not, learning about the electoral process is important. Talk about the candidates at home. Bring your children to the polling place with you. Hold your own mock Election Day and see who wins! There are so many ways to introduce your children to the concept of Election and …

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10 Things You’ll Regret Buying for Your Homeschool Room

guest post by Elaine Mingus from Radical Christian Woman During my first year of homeschooling, we used our dining room table. I didn’t want to rush into repurposing our unused back room until I had a clear vision of what I wanted. By my second year, my homeschool room was finally ready for learning. Or so I …

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Roadschooling 101 – Where Learning Meets Fun

What is roadschooling? Well, it’s exactly what it sounds like! It’s homeschooling while you’re on the road. Whether you’re traveling for a few weeks or a few years, roadschooling is an amazingly flexible option that works well for all ages and learning abilities. Roadschooling 101 Roadschooling is not something that has to be temporary, but …

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Our Yearly Tradition: The Nutcracker

Last year we started our annual tradition of going to see Tchaikovsky’s The Nutcracker performed by a local ballet troupe. That’s why I jumped at the chance to review The Nutcracker from Maestro Classics. It takes our annual tradition and goes deeper. One of the many reasons I love homeschooling. My children love music. One of the things I’ve …

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Learning to Read with Reading Kingdom

Reading. We have struggled with reading the past two years in our homeschooling journey. After trying multiple programs without success, I was excited to try Reading Kingdom with my six and four year olds for one year. The Reading Kingdom Online program has been a HUGE success so far! The Reading Kingdom is a fun, easy-to-use online program …

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Learning Made Fun with LeapFrog

As a LeapFrog Mom Ambassador, I receive products, promotional items and educational material to use and share about our experiences. However, all opinions are my own. As a first time mom I had it all figured out. I made all these rules about what our children would and wouldn’t play with. Things that could and couldn’t …

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