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...

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by Oct 25, 2017
Hi !

Hi !

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....

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by Feb 11, 2019
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...

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by Nov 6, 2018
The Journey Back To Recess

The Journey Back To Recess

When I started homeschooling, I was not a fan of recess. The school day was not that long in kindergarten, and if we could just focus we would be done super fast. Plus, there were all these natural transitions between curriculums,...

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by Oct 10, 2018
Scheduling

Scheduling

I am a scheduler. I like a plan. I like order. I like structure. My oldest agrees with me. The younger two do not. You can imagine the frustration to which this can lead, but yet we continue to have a schedule. Why? Simply put: I’m the...

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by Sep 24, 2018
September Sigh

September Sigh

I hear it every summer. I’m sure I’m not the only one. I’m in a checkout line, the kids are driving me bonkers, and the cashier says, “Don’t worry. They will be back in school before you know it.” Ummm… thanks… not so helpful… I’m the...

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by Sep 10, 2018
Living Learning

Living Learning

  Living Learning   The other day a friend posted a picture of her daughter on the first day of kindergarten. Her face was all lit up, and she just oozed excitement at what the day was to bring. As I looked at her shining...

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by Aug 28, 2018
Church – A Full Contact Sport

Church – A Full Contact Sport

I couldn’t help but smile again this past Sunday. A young couple walked into service with their toddler son. He was adorable. He was full of smiles. He was full of words. And he was full of wiggles. As the service began, I saw their...

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by Aug 9, 2018
Bubble Wrapped

Bubble Wrapped

Do you ever feel like you're in a bubble of God's protection? Like your own super force field? I don't really have any other words to describe how I felt on the drive from Fairbanks to Fort Drum. I had many fears in the months, weeks,...

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by Jul 23, 2018

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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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NOW WHAT? A Guide to Teaching Reading after Phonics

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