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Homeschool 101: What to expect at a homeschool convention

It’s homeschool convention season! March to June isn’t just spring here in North America, but its also homeschool convention season. If you’ve never gone to one, it can be a bit overwhelming. And if it’s been a while, this post will refresh your memory. Here’s a quick guide on what…

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Homeschool 101: Homeschool Convention – Should you go?

 A sign of spring for homeschoolers: conventions Tis the season of homeschool conventions and conferences. If you’re active on social media at all, you’ve probably gotten emails about conventions. You’ve probably seen posts on Facebook.  And you may have received event invitations or reminders about your local, state or national…

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Congratulations! You’re pregnant. Now what?

Congratulations! So those 2 little pink lines show up. How exciting! A new baby is a blessing and a joyful adventure. Growing your family adds an extra dimension to an already busy lifestyle. How do you handle the fatigue, nausea and extra appointments on top of managing your home, children,…

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Surprises Summer 2017: New Baby on the way!

Exciting news I’ve been sitting tight on this, but now it’s finally time to share. My royal family is growing by one more princess! Our new little girl will be joining us sometime in early July. So April is going to be all about homeschooling while pregnant and with a…

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Homeschool 101: Planners

Keeping Track of Everything If you’ve been homeschooling for any length of time, you pretty quickly realize that you need some way to keep track of everything you and your children are doing. Thankfully, you don’t have to reinvent the wheel here. There are several options for us homeschooling parents,…

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Homeschool 101: Tests, Quizzes, Grades & Assessments

Report cards A big part of every school child’s academic years is taking tests and quizzes, and getting grades on their work and report cards at the end of the year. In addition, now we have those big standardized assessments featuring so heavily in the news. As homeschooling parents, how…

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Homeschool 101: Why did I keep mine home?

Getting started So you’re thinking about homeschooling. Maybe you’ve even brought your kids home, and now you’re deschooling.  But where do you start? Start with exploring the reason why you are considering homeschooling your children. There are plenty of reasons to homeschool, and each is equally valid. Most parents have…

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Money Management: Saving for the future

Your future awaits Statistics say 1 in 3 Americans have 0% saved up for retirement, and 47% would have trouble finding $400 to cover an emergency. Few of us know anything about saving money. Most of us, obviously, live from payday to payday, with no thought for our future. Or…

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Money Management: Your credit report

The Doom of the Credit Report The words “credit report” can strike fear and dread into hearts everywhere. Misunderstood, abused and yet so influential on your finances, the credit report is a huge piece of your money management. What is it and how does it work? A credit report shows…

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