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In order to combine the Daily Prompt: Colors with today’s Zero-to-Hero challenge, I am creating a photo gallery (inserting a new object that I haven’t done before) with several pictures to display a variety of colors. These images are my … Continue reading
The homeschoolers in town like to take a day during school breaks to head to EZ Air Trampoline Park. It’s also a great way for those who are no longer homeschooling to reconnect. As homeschoolers reach high school age, many … Continue reading
Strayer-Upton Practical Arithmetics is a series of 3 small math books published in 1934 and then reprinted in 2007, each intended to cover 2 grade levels. The first book is designed for 3rd/4th grades, then 5th/6th, and the third book … Continue reading
All of this time, I thought that the boys would not take to doing lapbooks. In the past, when we had tried similar things (they were much younger), they didn’t want to do this kind of thing. Looking back, I … Continue reading
I continued to research math programs, approaches, and sequences, even after I wrote this blog post on math recently. I have discovered that most other countries in the world, including the United Kingdom, Germany, Hungary, Sweden, Japan, China, and Singapore, … Continue reading