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Mary Cassatt was an unusual Impressionist. Not only was she a woman and an American, she also remained a studio painter, preferring to paint her subjects indoors, unlike most of the original Impressionists who carried their paints and canvases outside for plein air painting (en plein air means “in the ...

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Growing Readers No one denies the importance of reading in the life of a child. The difficulty for parents is choosing from the vast array of literature available. It is challenging to find books that meet the requirements of Philippians 4:8, that encourage a love for story and strengthen personal ...

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For years, I’ve been a messie. In fact, I was a messy housekeeper before I began homeschooling. I tried everything I could to change. I used the “Mount Vernon” method that Sandra Felton writes about, used FlyLady reminders, and listened to my mother-in-law, friends, and strangers. Nothing seemed to work ...

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This is the very first blog post of the new HST blog. We’re glad you stopped by. On our new blog we’ll post updates about what’s going on with HST, we’ll talk about what’s going on in homeschooling, and we’ll answer your questions. We hope you’ll participate in the conversation. Thanks for ...

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