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4 Steps to Teaching Multiple Ages

Posted by Michelle Osborn on

When you’re a homeschooling mom teaching multiple ages, you may feel stressed and overwhelmed. You want what’s best for your children, and this includes providing them with the best home education possible. Deep down you know there has to be a better and easier way to teach them all, but you just haven’t .......continue reading

 

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Improving Memory Issues in Learning

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Improving memory issues in learning is not only possible but necessary to help your child succeed!
I have talked with so many moms that tell me, "My child doesn't remember anything I am teaching them. They read a paragraph and then immediately forget what they read."... continue reading

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Fun and Stress Free Homeschooling Through the Holidays

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Thanksgiving, Christmas, the holiday season... Why does homeschooling during this time equal stress for many of us? Why can't homeschooling be fun and stress-free during the holiday season? It took me years, but I did figure out how....continue reading and enter for a chance win to a huge homeschool package worth $1,400!

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Art, Music and History a Great Combination

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Touch  Taste  Smell  Hear  See

The best way for anyone to learn is using as many senses as possible! We have matched up some perfect combinations of art, music and history so you and your children can learn in ways that will make it stick and have fun learning! The best part... it's all on sale! Find out more.

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Mystery of History You'll Love It

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Mystery of History will save you time and stress

I stumbled upon Mystery of History after I started my online homeschool curriculum rental business, Yellow House Book Rental. Wanting to know more about it before I started renting and selling it at Yellow House Book Rental, I incorporated it into our Sonlight curriculum, and we loved it. My two oldest had graduated and I used it with my younger two, ages 11 and 13....continue reading

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