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We don’t have to choose between core subjects or arts. It’s easier than you may think to include the arts into your lessons from All American History or The Mystery of History. Here are a few ways to consider.

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Are you teaching your kids map skills? Reading a map is a life skill that will serve them well in many areas of life.

Here are some ways to teach map skills in your homeschool by interweaving them into your life.
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In many homeschool families, Mom has the primary responsibility for homeschooling. Some moms prefer this, while others wish Dad was a little more involved. Whether you like being the primary homeschool teacher in your home or wish Dad was a little more involved, it can be a really positive thing for dads to be a part of homeschooling. http://bit.ly/2spH9Ep
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The year I started homeschooling my oldest child was the year I felt excitement and panic all at the same time. I knew this was the choice God had led our family to but I wasn’t sure how my daughter would transition to homeschooling after being in public school. Perhaps you can relate? http://bit.ly/2tcB8rH
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The Mystery of History is written in a conversational manner, and there are many history resources offered for hands on activities, and includes timeline and mapping activities. Everything you need to teach history can be found in each volume. But, there are many wonderful optional resources you can use to enhance your history lessons with The Mystery of History. http://bit.ly/2s4krSZ
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What do you think of when you hear year round homeschooling? Children stuck in a class, completely burned out, hating every minute? http://bit.ly/2qCn3UE
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Spring is a wonderful time to be outside. It’s also a time of year when it’s challenging to want to continue pressing on in your studies. A simple solution to this dilemma is to take the learning outside. http://bit.ly/2q2I5LQ
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Learn Journalism by Joining Homeschool Newspaper http://bit.ly/2oYbgSJ
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I just want to encourage you that this homeschool journey is hard. There are days that both you and your students are in tears. But if you persevere, the day that you’re ordering a diploma and planning a graduation ceremony will sneak up on you. Don’t give up! http://bit.ly/2qvcaT5
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When I was a student, every subject was carefully kept in it’s own little bubble. If some of my studies happened to overlap, it would be a happy accident, but it was never something to be repeated. As I’ve come back around to my childhood studies, I’ve found that learning becomes so much more meaningful and enriched when integrated with other subjects. I encountered this simple principle recently as my daughter and I were working through Christian Kids Explore Biology.

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