Monthly Archives: April 2011

Book Review: Save Magic City by Rocsanne Shield

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Fantasy books are a huge part of our personal library – becomes my husband loves them. And he’s passed that love down to the olders – K and J.  K, now at 13 almost 14, really doesn’t want to read …

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Homeschool Unit Studies: All Those Library Books

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Part 5 in our How to Write Homeschool Unit Studies series by Tina Franks All Those Library Books You may have noticed back in part four that I included a warning about the number of library books to include in the research …

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My Work-at-Home Mom Story – Part 3: Freelance Writing

Continuing my work-at-home mom story … When I was 10 or 11 I announced that I wanted to be a writer or a teacher. In sixth grade, when all the other kids were doing their reading time, my teacher allowed me to …

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Homeschool Unit Studies: How to Put it All Together

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Part 4 in our How to Write Homeschool Unit Studies series by Tina Franks   So how do you put it all together? The thought of writing a unit study was terribly overwhelming when I first began.  After all, how can …

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Homeschool Unit Studies: What subjects do I have to include? What about holes?

Part 3 in our How to Write Homeschool Unit Studies series by Tina Franks   So far Tina’s shared what a unit study is, and how to choose a topic, so now let’s get into the next two big questions…   …

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