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Tan Foundations of Science Curriculum

A review of “Oceans: Mysteries of the Deep” in the Foundations of Science series by Tan Books.

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Rescued: True Stories for Catholic Kids

In Rescued: True Stories for Catholic Kids, Swegart shares stories of supernatural encounters with angels or heroic people who put themselves at great risk to save the lives of others. While these stories are aimed at kids in the 8-12 year-old range, adults can appreciate them as well. #bookreview #middlegrade

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Swashbuckling Adventure

he Saintly Outlaw is a middle-grade story about the legendary Robin Hood. This is the first novel in The Virtue Chronicles which is a faith-based, time-traveling adventure series.

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Miracle at the Mission
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Miracle at the Mission

After recovering from their daring exploits in the exciting first book, The Ghosts of Westthorpe Academy, high school best friends Joe Pryce and Pete Figueroa return for another thrilling, action-adventure in Miracle at the Mission.

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The Greatest Treasure of All

When Eli finally gets the chance for adventure, it is not at all what he expected. As he journeys to Jerusalem by order of his uncle, he hopes for a chance to meet Jesus. While the adventures he encounters along the way give him a taste of a life he longs for, he really hopes that Jesus will be able to give him the needed clue to find the treasure that the Jewish people have been searching for. But when he discovers that he’s too late and that Jesus has been killed, will all be lost, or will he discover that the greatest treasure is something that he never could have imagined?

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Posted in Why We Homeschool

Homeschooling in Real Life

Erika and Todd Ahearn of Verity Ed share their story of how they came to homeschooling.

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Time for End of Year Reporting

It is that time of year again: time to complete end-of-year reports for homeschooling. If you live in a state that requires you to report, your reports may take various forms. Some of the most common are submitting standardized test scores, a progress report, or a portfolio showing samples of work from the year.

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Beginning is a huge victory over darkness
Posted in The Homeschooling Life

Start Your Homeschool Day Off Right!

Do you struggle with getting your homeschool day started? Do you wish there was a way that your day’s lessons and experiences could start on a positive note (at least most of the time)? Morning Time may be the answer you are looking for.

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Six Reasons Why We Homeschool

I am sharing our list in case you, too, are feeling curious about homeschooling, and need a boost of encouragement or a vision of what it might mean for your family.

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Teen Adventure: Miracle at the Mission!

Looking for the perfect blend of relatable characters, fascinating history, intriguing mystery, and strong faith? Look no further than Miracle at the Mission. Author Joseph Lewis’ vivid descriptions of the California coast help sweep the reader away on an epic adventure.

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