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SPANISH VOCABULARY TIC TAC TOE - Fun way for kids to practice at home or in a class.

http://www.spanish-for-you.net/blog/vocabulary-tic-tac-toe
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Help your children learn the Our Father prayer with this FREE classic poster.  http://www.homeschoolwithlove.com/2015/08/31/catholic-prayer-in-art-posters-free-sample/ #homeschool   #christian   #catholic  
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To learn more about the Apollo space program in a game way, select the fun free games below
fun free games on Apollo space program is a kind of nice interactive game
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A fascinating look at Fibonacci and how he revolutionized mathematics in Western civilization...included are some fun videos on the Fibonacci sequence found in creation...
Math comes easy for some and causes headaches for others. But for a few gifted individuals, mathematics is an art, revealing the beauty and mystery of nature. One such person was Leonardo Fibonacci. Leonardo Fibonacci,...
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#SAVEMONEY on #homeschool curriculum! Shop Now before the #SALE is gone! #ad https://goo.gl/sWjy1k  #homeschooling 
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Misty Leask

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Edgar A. Bryan

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ON THIS DATE Historical Trivia: 
5/16/1817 - Mississippi River steamboat service begins
5/16/1862 - Jean Joseph Etienne Lenoir builds 1st automobile     
5/16/1866 - Charles Elmer Hires invents root beer
5/16/1891 - George A Hormel & Co introduce Spam
5/16/1939 - Food stamps are 1st issued
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FOUR  YEARS
Four years have past, fast as light,
Since you - and you began.
Play and work, day and night;
How swiftly they all ran.
Graduations? - Congratulations!
- eab, May ’68
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Edgar A. Bryan

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Historical Trivia for this Date
 
5/4/1675  King Charles II of England orders the construction of the Royal Greenwich Observatory
 
5/4/1814  Emperor Napoleon I of France arrives at Portoferraio on the island of Elba to begin his exile
 
5/4/1904  Charles Stewart Rolls meets Frederick Henry Royce at the Midland Hotel, Manchester, England
 
5/4/1927  1st balloon flight over 40,000 feet (Scott Field, IL)
 
5/4/1942  Food first rationed in United States
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Edgar A. Bryan

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William Wordsworth was born 4/7/1770 at Cockermouth, Cumbria, England, the 2nd of 5 children of John & Anne (Cookson) Wordsworth. William’s “mum” died in 1778: he was sent to Hawkshead Grammar School where he penned his first poems. While at Hawkshead his dad also died.  By 1787 he was at St John’s College, Cambridge.  During one summer vacation (1788) he trekked through Cumberland county & later Wales. Before graduation he did the “European Gentleman thing” - a walking tour of France, Switzerland & Germany.  While there he came to an understanding/sympathy with the French Revolution.
 
After returning to England he & his younger sister, Dorothy, were re-united.  Also he met Samuel Taylor Coleridge; they published Lyrical Ballads, containing his “Tintern Abbey” & Coleridge’s “Rime of the Ancient Mariner.”  By 1802 he felt he could financially afford to marry & did. He bride was Mary Hutchinson, friend from his childhood.  They were blessed with 5 children but sadly 2 of them died, Catherine & John. Following the death of Robert Southey (1843) Wordsworth became Poet Laureate.  He died 4/23/1850; his wife Mary published The Prelude, considered his most famous work 3 months later.
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“TV doesn't go with holiness. 
 TV started with the devil and its still of the devil.”
- Lester Roloff
>>Doubt this?  Do a serious search behind the founders of Hollywood. <<
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Ever feel like your homeschool exists inside a snow globe and someone has picked it up, shaken it and left you upside down? Yeah, me too. This community is for YOU, homeschooling moms! We are here to support and encourage each other every step of the way! http://www.upsidedownhomeschooling.com
 
Homeschool reviewer says about Spanish for You! -
"I thought it was great how you can use the same lesson material with multiple grades by just teaching it at their level."  

Reviews are a great reference when searching for materials.

http://blossomsandblessings.blogspot.com/2013/04/review-spanish-for-you.html 
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Encouraging words for the foreign language learning journey.

http://www.spanish-for-you.net/blog/encouraging-tips-for-learning-spanish
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To learn more about the Apollo space program in a game way, select the fun free games below
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If you have a daughter (ages 9-12), you may want to check out the Faithgirlz Bible....
Every girl wants to know she’s totally unique and special. The NIV Faithgirlz Bible says that with a sparkle and shine created just for your 9-12 year old girl. Through the many in-text features found only in the Faithgirlz Bible, girls will grow closer to God as they discover the journey of a lifetime. Features include: …
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Even homeschoolers can experience the summer slide...here are 5 easy ways to keep our kids learning and still have time for fun!
  With school out, wouldn’t it be nice to just let our kids have fun this summer? No more being cooped up in a dusty building and confined to a desk. Let’s open our front doors and allow our kids to run free. Get some summer sun. Check out some cool parks, our city has to…
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Just getting started on a child led homeschooling journey had me a bit anxious until I found this resource in the Build Your Bundle Sale! Now I'm ready to go full steam ahead!

http://www.yearroundhomeschooling.com/my-1-child-led-homeschooling-inspirational-resource/

#homeschool    #homeschooling   #childled  
This is my #1 child led homeschooling inspirational resource! All child led homeschool moms NEED this!
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Here's a free chance to see what the new children's science reading series, The Gumshoe Archives, is all about.  Starting Monday, April 19th, we are offering the 1st book in the 3rd grade reading series free in Kindle format.  Get your free copy here:
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00O2DK83K
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ON THIS DATE
Booker T (Taliaferro) Washington was born 4/4/1856, a Black who did much for his people & poor whites of the south by teaching them trades & self-reliance. He was born to slave parents & learned early to work hard in secular employment.  He was so poor when he went looking for an education he had to sleep under a board sidewalk. He applied himself & at 16 enrolled at Hampton Institute & Industrial School, graduated at 19.
 
He taught school for three years, then attended Wayland Seminary, WDC. At 25 he opened a school for black youths at Tuskugee, AL with 50 students in two old buildings. At his death (age 59) there were 40 buildings, 1500 students, & a faculty of 200.  By then some 8,000 young African Americans had been trained had become useful citizens.  His secret to success?  Faith in God.  He died 11/14/1915. His biography is worth reading; it’s called Up from Slavery.                                                                                       
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