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Posted in Conferences / Organizations

The Catholic Homeschool Conference – Get Permanent Access!

Get Permanent Access to over 30 talks and freebies!

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Posted in Practical Tips

Mid-Semester Organization Check-In

Today’s guest, Margaret Gallipeau, was with us in Episode 48, helping us get organized for the year. Today, she’ll take us through some steps for evaluating how our plans are going, in our Mid-Semester Homeschool Organization Check-in!

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Posted in Why We Homeschool

Reasons to be Thankful for Homeschooling in 2020

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, which is a great time to remember all the reasons to be thankful for homeschooling, especially during 2020.

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Posted in Practical Tips

How to Foster Religious Vocations

The Homeschooling Saints Podcast features some wonderful insights on How to Foster Religious Vocations in Your Homeschool. #Vocations #Catholicparenting #Homeschooling

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Posted in Book Reviews Science

Brilliant! 25 Catholic Scientists, Mathematicians, and Supersmart People

A new beautifully illustrated book seeks to show children ages 7 – 11 that being Catholic and involved in STEM go hand in hand.

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Posted in Resources

Thomas More College Faith and Reason Scholarship

Thomas More College of Liberal Arts in Merrimack, NH is now accepting applicants for its annual Faith and Reason Scholarship Contest.

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Posted in Book Reviews Religion

Help Your Children Learn to Be Saints

I’m a Saint in the Making can help remind all of us that we are called to be saints and can choose to follow the road to sanctity in the choices we make every day.

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Posted in Practical Tips

The Gift of Reading Aloud

Reading aloud can create a time set aside in your day when your relationship is nourished. #reading #parenting #homeschooling

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Posted in Book Reviews Uncategorized

Delightful Middle Grade Book

What a delightful middle grade book about finding yourself and fitting in. The story follows Gabe, a middle school student – smack dab in the middle of those difficult awkward years. Oh, and he just found out he’s a genius.

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Posted in The Homeschooling Life

One Woman’s Successful Homeschool Journey

Nine kids, homeschooled from kindergarten all the way through high school. Seven completed bachelor’s degrees. Two have master’s degrees. One joined a convent. How did…

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Posted in Resources

Verity Ed – Homeschool Consulting and Information

Whether you are looking for basic information on homeschooling or some hand-holding via consulting, Verity Ed is worth checking out.

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