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Homeschool Mixer Questions – Part 2

Continuing with our Homeschool Mixer Questions,

6. What does your daily schedule look like?

Our schedules always varied, depending upon the season and the activities that the children were involved in. And honestly, it is difficult to remember exact schedules from ten or twelve years ago! Most of the time the children slept . . . → Read More: Homeschool Mixer Questions – Part 2

Civics Unit Study

This is a great year to be studying American Civics! The Republican Presidential race is wide open. The Democratic Presidential contenders are making history. However you look at it, this is one of the most interesting presidential races we have ever seen. And if your teen is like my teen, he/she is interested in . . . → Read More: Civics Unit Study

Book list(s)

Last night David downloaded the book list for his fall freshman semester at the University of Evansville. His World Cultures class does not have a list. I assume this is because they are reading several books over the semester (actually the whole year, since it’s a full year requirement for all freshmen) and the . . . → Read More: Book list(s)