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Our Lenten Homeschooling Goals

Posted by on Feb 19, 2015

  Every Lent it’s the same thing.  I think long and hard about what to give up: television (way too hard), my computer (I wouldn’t last a day), cooking and cleaning (I wish!) and then I usually settle on giving up chocolate (my one true love!).  I think I’ve given up chocolate almost every year for the past decade.  I tried giving up sweets as a whole, but that didn’t work (I just don’t have the willpower for it).  This year instead of giving up chocolate, my daughter and I agreed to give up ice cream (she was quick...

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Our First Year Homeschooling Preschool with Curriculum Suggestions

Posted by on Feb 17, 2015

By the spring of 2011, our daughter was four.  Kindergarten was just one year away and I needed to make a choice as to whether or not I was going to send her to preschool.  I was living in New York at the time; a place where preschool is not only encouraged, it is expected.  Our two options were to send her to a private preschool or teach preschool at home.  The town we were living in had plenty of preschool programs available, but they were all too expensive. A private preschool would have cost us approximately $5,000 a...

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