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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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Playing with Plays: Shakespeare Like You've Never Seen It Before!

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Playing with Plays is one of the best ideas I have seen for introducing children and youth to Shakespeare and other well known playwrights. Most students are not interested in learning about Shakspeare, let alone reading one of his plays! This will change if you take part in Playing with Plays! 

These melodramatic plays are 15- 20 minutes long and each book includes scripts for three group sizes for 8-22+ actors. Although these are very short interpretations of the actual plays, there are actual lines...... 

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In Tears Over School- The Struggling Learner

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n tears, again, my teenage daughter said. “I just can’t learn. I’m not smart. ”

 We had tried just about everything I could think of: me reading to her, her reading to me, her reading to herself, taking turns reading, discussing what was read, her writing down important facts, reviewing what we talked about the day before….. and I had prayed, a lot about this! I had searched for answers in books, blogs, talked with friends. Nothing seemed to make learning easier for her.

 The challenge was she did not have a definite learning disability that could easily be pinpointed. Of course, as a homeschool mother, I noticed that she.......continue reading

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October 31: An Important Day in Christian History

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On October 31, 1517,  498 years ago, Martin Luther nailed his Ninety-five Theses on the doors of Castle Church in Wittenberg, Germany. 

 

continue reading and find teaching resources and freebies!

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