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The Gothic Period (1200 AD -1450 AD) Many young students, when hearing the term “Gothic,” think of a certain style of fiction art in desolate lands with macabre creatures and violent action. In truth, Gothic has a far nobler meaning especially when pertaining to art history. The Gothic style was best manifested ...

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You’re running low on eggs, apples, and napkins, so you make a mental shopping list and announce, “I’m heading to the store. Does anybody need anything?” “Could you get some avocados so we can make guacamole? Oh, and some cotton balls?” your daughter asks as you walk by. Eggs, apples, ...

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Have you noticed that the older our children grow the less we use arts and crafts with them, even though multi-sensory experiences are effective in teaching abstract concepts? Use crafts to take a break from traditional math and have some math fun while you are at it. Use finger painting ...

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Deuteronomy 6:6-7 is probably one of the most quoted Scripture references when speaking of home education: “And these words that I command you today shall be on your heart. You shall teach them diligently to your children, and shall talk of them when you sit in your house, and when you walk by ...

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In the world of entertainment, family-friendly films are noticeably under-represented. That’s why we’re so excited to see Dolphin Tale 2 headed to theaters this fall! If your family enjoyed the first inspiring tale of friendship and overcoming obstacles, you’re going to enjoy the sequel, as well. Inspirational professional surfer Bethany ...

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Combining classroom and vacation is easy when you bring your homeschool classroom on the road to Alabama’s Gulf Coast. Both Gulf Shores and Orange Beach feature many attractions that afford educational experiences covering a wide range of topics, including the environment, ecosystems, animal habitats, biology, oceanography and marine life, avionics ...

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