Review Category : Practical

History—the word alone can cause dramatic reactions. For some it can cause eyes spontaneously to roll back and obscene snores to emanate from their mouths. Others can recite the entire lineage of Chinese imperial dogs and have the History Channel’s logo burned into the lower corner of their TV screen. ...

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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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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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