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Sunday
Jun222014

The Greatest Journey - More Stories I Can Tell From Ecuador

 

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I had absolutely no idea what receiving a shoe box could do for a child.

We think, as we pack shoe boxes here in America, that we put some trinkets and useful items in a box and it will bless a child in another country for a short amount of time. 

What could possibly be so special about a shoe box that it could CHANGE A CHILD'S LIFE FOREVER?

Let me share some more images and stories from Ecuador with you, then you will know. 

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Thursday
Jun192014

Creating a Geography Table in Your Homeschool

 

Creating a Geography Table in Your Homeschool

When children are in the grammar stage (elementary years) they are ripe for memorizing facts and yearn for more.

Geography is the perfect subject to let them sink their teeth into.  There is just SO MUCH they can learn.

Being a part of Classical Conversations has brought to light the importance of geography. It has equipped me to organize facts about geography and assist my children in memorizing them. 

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Tuesday
Jun172014

Deepen Your Homeschool Through Simplification

 

Deepen Your Homeschool Through Simplification

The world of homeschooling offers so many CHOICES.

When our family first began homeschooling five years ago I spent endless hours on the computer investigating those choices. I spent  time with seasoned homeschool moms who shared their choices with me.

By the time we had finished our first year, I was doing a little bit of a lot of things, convinced that I was giving my children an eclectic education that inspired curiosity and learning.

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