Wander Woman

Wander Woman

Wander Woman. I found these two words on a shirt at a flea market in Indiana this summer, and I had to buy it. Mentally, I could hear my husband laughing all the way in Alaska. I cannot count the number of times he has looked at me and said,...

Bonded by Love, not by Blood (June 11)

Bonded by Love, not by Blood (June 11)

My sister, Gabriella, decided a little while ago to “do something” about the lack of adoption resources for biological teens. I was also surprised that there was nothing to help me and my siblings through the adoption. So, I decided to join her in those endeavours....

Bonded by Love, not by Blood

Bonded by Love, not by Blood

A couple of weeks ago, I had a eureka moment. My family is in the process of an international adoption of a sibling group, and I, as the crazy type A person that I am, have been looking for books, testimonials, or really anything that I can find that can help prepare...

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Greetings, everyone! I am still here.  I have just been allowing myself time to focus on the kids, to train a new puppy, to plan for next school year, and to complete the last of the Sunday School lessons. Feel free to send any questions my way. It's a good time to...

Must Have!

Must Have!

Every so often I get asked what items I consider essential in a school room. Of course, there are all the obvious options. Paper, pencils, printers, copiers, and computers are just a few of the things people consider essential for education these days. Me,...

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NOW WHAT? A Guide to Teaching Reading after Phonics

by Rachel Harrison

A guide to teaching reading in grades 2-8 which includes strategies, best practices, and practical activities.

 

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...a self-avowed "Wander Woman," homeschools her three children while traipsing the globe with her Army Chaplain husband. Her third greatest passion, falling below her love for God and family, is empowering other parents to teach their children.

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Whether you need advice on curriculum, on planning, on structure, on discipline, on grading, on integrating subject areas, or any other homeschooling topic,

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Do you use Mystery of History but would like to see how to plan it out with your other curriculum?

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Memory Sentences

Are you completely non-musical but wish to have simple songs to help your children remember key dates and information?

 

Each year we write a memory sentence for each week of Mystery of History and sing it to the tune of “Joyful, Joyful, We Adore Thee.” Learn more…

 

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Anglican Sunday School Lessons

A full, complete curriculum for use in Sunday School from age 3 – 6th grade.The goal is for each child to encounter the same lesson three times.

Each time the child will be taken deeper into the readings as is age appropriate. Learn more…

 

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