Posted in Book Reviews Math Resources

Calculus for Middle Schoolers

Calculus for Middle Schoolers takes complex concepts and presents them in an understandable and non-scary format.

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Posted in Practical Tips

What to Do When You Feel Like a Homeschool Failure

What do you do when the voices of self-doubt are screaming in your head? Here are three suggestions to help you feel better. #homeschooling

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Posted in Montessori

Montessori: You Can Do It!

Our friends at Verity Ed have shared this great conversation on Montessori Education and how to incorporate it into your homeschool.

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Posted in Practical Tips

Time for a Mid-Year Homeschool Reboot?

Sometimes a minor tweak in your homeschool life can make a big difference. Taking the time to honestly evaluate what is not working and attempting to make meaningful changes can lead to a much more positive homeschool day.

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Posted in Book Reviews Religion

Two New Picture Books for Catholic Children

These two new picture books are lovely for read-alouds with Catholic children. #Catholic #ChildrensBooks

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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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