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THE 5 TIERS OF HOMESCHOOLING

THE 5 TIERS OF HOMESCHOOLING

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Homeschool Answer Sheet

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How to Plan for a Reluctant Reader: Putting the Puzzle Together ~ LOADS of resources and tips for reluctant and struggling readers | This Reading Mama

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Homeschooling Laws in the U.S.

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10 Study Tips That Actually Work.

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Free website featuring online read alouds of children's popular books. A must have resource for teachers and parents!

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The Ultimate Guide to Homeschool Scheduling

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Fun way to remember gallons, quarts, pints, and cups!

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#Atkinson Historic Grist Mill located near Selma, NC, still produces quality cornmeal products today. Tours available Monday-Friday, 8-5pm.

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Some seriously awesome autumn crafts to do with your kids!

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Great idea!!

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I love this idea! Cute for the classroom. (DIY Bookshelf made from crates you can get at Joann's. Paint it any color you want!)

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Water marbles! Crazy how a few kitchen ingredients will make these.

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Weather: Fill the cup with water. Put shaving cream on top for a cloud. Explain that when clouds get really heavy with water, it rains! Then put blue food coloring on top of the cloud, and watch it rain.

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Make your own bouncy balls from scratch. This is a ridiculously cool science experiment.

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Apple Chips

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Glow in the Dark Slime

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Cherry Blossom Tree

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Play with sponge balls (instead of water balloons) all summmmer long!!

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Weather: Fill the cup with water. Put shaving cream on top for a cloud. Explain that when clouds get really heavy with water, it rains! Then put blue food coloring on top of the cloud, and watch it rain.

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  • Candice Houghton
    Candice Houghton

    Does anyone else have a child that would immediately ask how the water got into the cloud in the first place?

  • Brooke Hall
    Brooke Hall

    I do. She'd come up with 17 other questions about rain, clouds, food coloring, and water. And all will be ones I can't answer.

  • Candice Houghton
    Candice Houghton

    Exactly, its one thing to be able to answer them,I mean we all know how the clouds get the water, but its harder to SHOW evaporation, so 5 year old would understand, and mine just wouldn't be satisfied...

weekend project? I think so!

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Science experiment :) 1/4" Mt Dew in bottle, add tiny bit of baking soda and 3 capfuls of hydrogen peroxide. Shake and it glows. Very cool.

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Science experiment :) 1/4" Mt Dew in bottle, add tiny bit of baking soda and 3 capfuls of hydrogen peroxide. Shake and it glows. Very cool.

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Amaze your kids. Use it for a lesson about how God can do amazing things.

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Staying Organized!

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