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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Posted in Book Reviews Unschooling

An In-Depth Look at Catholic Unschooling

Curious Unschoolers offers an in-depth look at Catholic unschooling. #unschooling

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Posted in Book Reviews English

Learn About Word Origins

Once Upon a Word – A Word-Origin Dictionary for Kids is great for kids (and adults) who are interested in where words come from.

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Posted in Book Reviews Religion

Blessed Carlo Acutis – The Boy Who Knew

Corinna Turner’s new book, The Boy Who Knew, introduces readers to Blessed Carlo Acutis while at the same time offering a fast-paced quick read that will keep ages ten and up turning pages.

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So Happy to Learn – for Homeschooling Children with Down Syndrome

A Homeschooling Program designed for children with Down Syndrome.

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Posted in The Homeschooling Life

Suzuki Style Homeschooling for Young Children

There are almost as many ways to homeschool as there are homeschooling families! Join the Homeschooling Saints Podcast as Kimberly McCrann unpacks Suzuki-Style Homeschooling For Young Children.

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Posted in Conferences / Organizations

Free Catholic Mom’s Summit Nov. 13-15

The tagline for the Free Catholic Mom’s Summit is “Discover how to find lasting balance, peace, and joy.” While this online conference isn’t designed especially…

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Posted in History Religion

Learn About the Apparition of Our Lady of Good Hope

The Woman in the Trees is a story of the apparition, but also the story of a community and family dynamics. The pain and trials of these immigrants is tangible. Adele’s struggles to share the Good News are also realistically portrayed. This is a wonderful story for a family read aloud or for older children, teens, or adults to read on their own. It is appropriate for ages 10 and up.

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How to Homeschool Your Differently-Wired Child

Do you have a child who is bright but quirky? Perhaps you have an official diagnosis or maybe you simply know that your child is a bit different. Are you homeschooling or thinking about homeschooling? If so, Ginny Kochis has a new course designed especially for you.

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Posted in The Homeschooling Life

A Novena for Homeschooling Mothers

Holy Heroes has put up a beautiful Novena for Homeschooling Mothers. The full nine days are posted. You can start anytime.

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