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Super Quick Music History

Super Quick Music History

A quick music history lesson based on a presentation my daughter gave recently.

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Donielle By Donielle, October 12, 2019
Toddler Brain

Toddler Brain

Stomping in boxes is our favorite boosting activity for toddler’s brains. This is one of many ideas in Slow and Steady, Get Me Ready.

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Donielle By Donielle, September 19, 2019
Teaching Spelling

Teaching Spelling

Review of All About Spelling program

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Donielle By Donielle, September 2, 2019
Year Round School

Year Round School

Year round school makes sense for homeschoolers.

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Donielle By Donielle, August 29, 2019
Our Favorite Play Dough Recipe

Our Favorite Play Dough Recipe

Play dough recipe with tea, herbs, and flowers for preschool brain and motor skills development.

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Donielle By Donielle, August 20, 2019
Should I Teach Worldview?

Should I Teach Worldview?

As Christians and educators, we throw the term “worldview” around a lot these days, but what is the big deal with this word and why should we teach worldview? Our worldview is the way we see the world. Our background, beliefs, and presuppositions cause us to interpret the things we see around us in certain…

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Donielle By Donielle, July 20, 2019
Contest for $500 Scholarship (K-5)!

Contest for $500 Scholarship (K-5)!

Looking for something productive for your children to do this summer? How about entering this cool scholarship contest from Education.com? It will get them writing and drawing with a purpose. This may get their creativity channeled into a direction that might earn a prize for both of you! The contest encourages kids in/entering K-5th grade…

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Donielle By Donielle, June 26, 2019
The Surprising Way to Develop Critical Thinking

The Surprising Way to Develop Critical Thinking

Critical thinking is actually analysis and synthesis. It is making distinctions and seeing resemblances. Critical thinking is comparing and contrasting. The amount of decisions involved in the procedure is what develops critical thinking.

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Donielle By Donielle, June 22, 2019
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WHY I HOMESCHOOL

WHY I HOMESCHOOL

Why do I homeschool? Two reasons really: so I can teach my kids what I want them to know and because life is about relationships.

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Donielle By Donielle, June 14, 2019
Check out this fun camp!

Check out this fun camp!

Check out this Camp if you are local to South Florida!

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Donielle By Donielle, June 11, 2019
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