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Posted in Religion Resources

Jesse Tree Resources

A Jesse Tree is an easy way to trace salvation history during the Advent season.

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Posted in Religion The Homeschooling Life

Advent Adventures and Resources

The spiritual journey of Advent is about to begin. What a precious time for our families to grow closer to each other, as we prepare our hearts to receive the child Jesus at Christmas!

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Posted in Book Reviews

The Adventure Continues

Antony Kolenc has a new adventure to add to his wildly popular middle-grade series, The Harwood Mysteries. The newest installment, The Merchant’s Curse, is brimming with danger and a puzzling mystery that will keep the reader guessing.

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Posted in 1st grade 2nd grade Book Reviews Kindergarten Religion

Introduce Children to the Women Doctors of the Church

There are four women Doctors of the Church: Hildegard of Bingen, Catherine of Siena, Teresa of Avila, and Therese of Lisieux. In a new picture book, The Women Doctors of the Church, writer Colleen Pressprich and illustrator Adalee Hude introduce children to these great saints.

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Posted in Practical Tips

Gain Peace by Creating Rhythm in Your Homeschool Day

Having a rhythm in your homeschool day can help provide peace and a gentle sense of order, all of which helps homeschool days run more smoothly.  

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Posted in High School Philosophy

Introducing Foundations of Wisdom Logic Program

A short, succinct, concise primer on this elementary skill, TAN Books is pleased to present to those beginning their journey in philosophy with the skill that is the basis for all reasoning: logic. 

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Your School of Love
Posted in Book Reviews

Building a Homeschool of Love

Conservative Catholic homeschoolers will delight in reading Your School of Love: A Spiritual Companion for Homeschooling Mothers.

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Posted in Book Reviews

Time-Traveling Adventure

This time-travel story has many aspects that kept me turning the pages—a thrilling adventure, fantastic characters, an intriguing premise, and a wonderful message.

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Posted in Practical Tips

The Value of Play-Based Learning

As homeschoolers, we get to cultivate our kids–these unique and unrepeatable souls–through an incredible variety of tools and techniques. Today’s guest is homeschool mom and entrepreneur, Chantal Baros, here to share some insights on Play-Based Learning!

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Posted in 7th grade 8th grade High School Religion

Using Catholic Fiction to Enhance Curriculum

As you delve into the new school year, the authors at CatholicTeenBooks would like to offer a few suggestions on ways to incorporate fiction into your teen’s lesson plans.

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