Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin 0 It takes a lot to run a household and keep track of everyone’s schedule. That responsibility only grows when you’re a homeschool mom and you carry the primary responsibility for your child’s education as well. Not only does it mean more to manage, but it can also mean a
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Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin 0 I originally discovered PRIDE Reading when I was asked to write a review about the program. Whenever I write a review, I always use the material I’m reviewing for long enough to get to know how it works. After I finish the review, I usually set the resource aside
Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin 0 This is our family’s fifth year using Teaching Textbooks as our homeschool math curriculum. I’ve written a thorough review of Teaching Textbooks, shared before about how we use it as a key component of our multi-age homeschool, and even listed some of the surprising features and benefits that you
Share 0 Tweet 0 Pin 0 When I was in high school I had a deaf friend named Jon who was in several of the same classes I attended. A sign language interpreter attended classes with him to interpret each teacher’s lessons. The interpreter also started an after-school sign language club so that Jon’s friends