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Have you noticed that the older our children grow the less we use arts and crafts with them, even though multisensory experiences are effective in teaching abstract concepts? Use crafts to take a break from traditional math and have some math fun during more confined winter months. 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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HOMESCHOOLING TODAY MAGAZINE COMES FULL CIRCLE Somerset, Kentucky, December 6, 2012 — Twenty years ago Homeschooling Today magazine was founded by homeschooling parents with a vision to encourage and assist homeschooling families. Today, that magazine returns to the family as Alex and Ashley (Strayer) Wiggers, homeschool graduates and owners of ...

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He was only two, nearing his third birthday, but in his mind, he was a giant. And in my heart too. Dressed in jeans and overalls, we became farmers. For a fun field trip, another homeschooling mom invited a group of us friends to her farm for a picnic. We relished ...

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God-Appointed Purpose Spherical astronomy reveals much mathematical symmetry in the sky. Everything in astronomy is balanced, such as day and night, summer and winter, and north and south. Numerous examples abound. At latitude 40 degrees north, the longest summer days are fifteen hours long and summer nights nine hours. Conversely, ...

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