Free Kindle Books: Peck’s Bad Boy Series

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Free Kindle Books: Peck's Bad Boy Series

Grow your homeschool library without breaking the bank! Each of these books from the Peck’s Bad Boy series is FREE for Kindle.

Don’t have a Kindle? Download a FREE Kindle App for your computer or other electronic device!

Free Kindle Books from the Peck’s Bad Boy Series

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Free Kindle Books: Marjorie Dean High School Series

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Free Kindle Books - Marjorie Dean High School Series

Grow your homeschool library without breaking the bank! Each of these books from the Marjorie Dean High School series is FREE for Kindle.

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Free Kindle Books from the Marjorie Dean High School Series

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Flexible Schedule, Kindergarten and Preschool Fun, and More

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This week marked the end of our first six weeks of homeschool. Definitely an exciting milestone! I'm pleased with what we've accomplished so far this year . . . well, in everything except writing, that is. It's rather ironic that, while I enjoy writing, I absolutely despise teaching writing. … [Continue reading...]

Free Kindle Books: Books for Boys by Frank Webster

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Free Kindle Books: Books for Boys by Frank Webster

Grow your homeschool library without breaking the bank! Each of these books for boys by Frank Webster is FREE for Kindle. Don't have a Kindle? Download a FREE Kindle App for your computer or other electronic device! Free Kindle Books for Boys by Frank Webster Cowboy Dave Jack of the Pony … [Continue reading...]

4 Tips for Teaching Your Kids Financial Responsibility

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4 Tips for TEaching Kids Financial Responsibility

Guest post by Meghan Heffernan Math. History. Art. Science. All of these are important subjects your kids should be learning about in school. But what about important life skills, like how to make money, how to use money, and how to save? Although they may not have to worry about money … [Continue reading...]

3 Things to Do When Homeschooling Gets Tough

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It seems that the new homeschool year often starts out so well, promising a wonderful year of learning ahead. New books, exciting projects, freshly-sharpened pencils, even a field trip or two--everything seems just perfect. But then things change. Homeschooling suddenly gets . . . tough. Yes, … [Continue reading...]

Housekeeping Woes, Kayaking Fun, and More

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These first few weeks of school have literally flown by. I'm delighted with how smoothly homeschooling is going this year! We did have two curriculum fails [big sigh], but we were able to switch to materials that were a better fit. So thankful for the flexibility of homeschooling! Kaylee … [Continue reading...]

Free Kindle Books: Automobile Girls Series

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Free Kindle Books - Automobile Girls Series

Grow your homeschool library without breaking the bank! Each of these books from the Automobile Girls series is FREE for Kindle. Don't have a Kindle? Download a FREE Kindle App for your computer or other electronic device! Free Kindle Books from the Automobile Girls Series The Automobile … [Continue reading...]

William Penn Unit Study

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Who Was William Penn? William Penn was a Quaker who founded the colony of Pennsylvania as a place for religious freedom in America. Early Life William Penn was born in London, England, on October 14, 1644. He was the son of a land-owner and admiral, Sir William Penn. Penn entered Christ Church … [Continue reading...]

What We’re Using for High School Geography

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What We're Using for High School Geography

Geography seems to have developed a bad reputation. It's dry . . . it's boring . . . it's too hard to remember. But really, geography doesn't have to be dry or boring at all! In fact, the right resources can make geography fun, interesting, and memorable for high school students. I have … [Continue reading...]