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Reading Week

“Tomorrow Reading Week starts,”  Miss 12 sighed happily Sunday night.  Reading Week, an annual tradition, is one of the joys of our homeschool.  We long for it, dream of it, plan for it, and now, finally, it is here. With over 200 books expected from inter-branch loan in our huge city-wide library system, our house will be awash in […]

Review: Honey for a Teen’s Heart

Most homeschoolers know about Honey for a Child’s Heart, and recently Heidi reviewed Honey for a Teen’s Heart  at the Curriculum Choice.  That wonderful review motivated me to look for the book, and as soon as I returned my interlibrary loan copy to the library, I bought it. It’s that good. And that’s why I […]

Remembering with Stories

My friend Jacqueline’s Remembrance Day post brought tears to my eyes.  In Earn Your Life, she talks about sacrifice and living well, about remembering those in the military and not forgetting Whom we serve. Stories, like the one in Earn Your Life, help us to value and remember those who gave up so much for […]

Homeschool Mom Helps

Homeschooling moms could always use a helpful tweak for their homeschool…or some practical advice…or some encouragement.  Right? Over at the Curriculum Choice some of us have put our favorite ideas for homeschooling moms into an informative post, Homeschool Mom Helps.  It’s worth taking some time to look through the tips, suggestions, and inspiration. Enjoy!

Six Tips for Bible Reading

Did you know that only 14% of Canadian Christians read the Bible at least once every week?  That number is almost completely unbelievable. And it is a disaster. What other group of people will ignore the words of their leader?  What other group of people claims to follow someone without paying any attention to him?  Who […]

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