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Important Things That a Test Can't Measure

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Important Things That Tests Can't Measure - All About Learning Press

 

You see, I’ve seen what can happen when a child takes a test score too seriously. The shoulders slouched in defeat. The voice shaking with embarrassment. The sad eyes letting you know that your child is sorry to have let you down. 

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Do I Sense a Theme? Literature Studies for Teens

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  Welcome to Yellow House Book Rental! We are primarily a homeschool curriculum, rental service. However, we offer a variety of services. You can compare each one, at Yellow House Book Rental, and decide which is best for your family. **This post contains affiliate links and we will be compensated if you make a purchase after clicking on affiliate links. Thank you!  Guest Post by Betsy Strauss When kids are little, it’s so easy to use stories to bring to life some challenging ideas. You read If You Give a Mouse a Cookie as a fun way to introduce natural consequences or cause and...

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A Study of Shakespeare's Hamlet for High School

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As part of my Shakespeare for High School series I would like to like to cover at least one tragedy and one comedy. While we have also covered Romeo and Juliet (which is also a tragedy), for the purposes of talking specifically about a Shakespearean tragedy we are going to study Hamlet.

What is a tragedy?

In a tragedy, the main character is doomed by a singular fatal flaw. Shakespeare’s tragedies feature a wide array of flaws, and these flaws.....

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US Elections Resources and Freebies!

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With the Elections Right Around the Corner, We have Found Some Great Resources for You!

Find a large  selection of Lapbooks, Games, and Unit Studies, US government curriculum, election cards and more to help your child or teen learn about the upcoming Presidential elections... just 33 days away!.... This way to find out more!

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Play is Essential for ALL Ages Especially for Early Childhood Development

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Early Childhood Educational Printable

God must be trying to tell me something. Just in the last two days I have come across several post and memes telling me to PLAY, close the laptop, and have fun. (But here I am, writing this blog first! I need to have record of this to come back to often and remember!  

I love to have fun and especially enjoy doing it will my family! But it is very easy for me, who naturally tends to lean toward the idea, "Get the work done first and then play." to remember this and put it into action.

Here are some of the posts and memes that God used to catch my attention to put the work down and PLAY! I'd like to share them with you...  continue reading

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