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Is There an Easier Way to Homeschool?

We were registered for kindergarten! We were so excited because our son had even gotten into the one year-round elementary school in our county via lottery, and after all the great things we’d heard about the principal and the teachers there, we were feeling really positive about the whole experience. Three months before the first […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Ronald Reagan, U.S. 40th President

Having been a radio host, sportscaster, and actor in his career, it is no surprise that President Ronald Reagan is often called “The Great Communicator.” It is said that his soothing tone of voice and his natural charm had total strangers quickly feeling like they were old friends. He took command of any stage and […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Abraham Lincoln, U.S. 16th President

On February 12 of each year, we stop to remember the life and accomplishments of our 16th president, Abraham Lincoln. Sometimes called “The Great Emancipator,” Lincoln issued the Emancipation Proclamation, which eventually led to the freeing of all slaves in the USA. Although his birthday is not a federal holiday, states such as Connecticut, Illinois, […]

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Integrating Black History Month Lesson Plans into Our Homeschool

Why do we celebrate black history month in our homeschool? It all started with a momentous trip to New York City that we took when my boys were both in the middle school grades of our homeschool journey. Since we live somewhat rurally, the whole of the trip was an eye-opener, but our walking tour […]

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Unit Study Supplement: Massachusetts Facts, U.S. 6th State

On February 6, 1788, the Province of Massachusetts Bay officially became the Commonwealth of Massachusetts, the sixth state to join the Union. Did you notice that phrase “Commonwealth of Massachusetts” instead of “state of Massachusetts?” Yes, MA is definitely a state, but because the word commonwealth is used in the original state constitution, it can […]

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