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Global Student

Even though my son is still very young, I like to plan ahead for options for his journey.  I recently began reading the Global Student by Maya Frost. The book cover boldly proclaims, “Skip the SAT, Save Thousands on Tuition, and Get a Truly International Education”.  Who would not be interested in finding out about this alternative?  Even if I wasn’t a homeschooling mom,

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Kids Know Best! – Children’s Book Review Sites

The libraries are full of children’s books — some good, some not so good. It can sometimes be overwhelming to try to find the right books for your family. Unless you have time to peruse them all before you check out, you may (like me) find yourself at home with several books that just weren’t a good choice. But there is a better way

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Please Teach This. Thank You!

One often overlooked area of study is manners and etiquette for young people. If you’d like to incorporate this subject into your homeschooling day, check out the curriculum Oops, Your Manners are Showing. The lessons, written by Peggy Norwood and Jan Stable, are compiled in books for ages 2-3, 4-7, and 8-adult. Teacher’s guides and activity pages are available for each age group as

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Search and Find Books | Homeschooling Resources

For the past few years, some of my youngest child’s favorite books have been the ones where he has to search for certain images within the picture. Usborne has created some of these fun books for children ages four to eight with their 1001 Things to Spot series and Great Search series. Open one of these books, and you’ll find a scene that spans

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