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New Musicians Institute 2m
They say rock ‘n’ roll is 99% attitude. I sincerely hope this is the case otherwise the four hours we spent perfecting these poses might have been unwise..
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Homeschooling in NS 7m
Create a high school transcript that perfectly reflects your child & ! Free workshop Aug 11 & 13!
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Brown Dog Gadgets Aug 4
Video of our manual Larson Scanner project. Made with Crazy Circuits LEDs, Maker Tape, and random LEGO parts. We're going to make a player piano next using an Arduino.
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Aaron Blaise Aug 1
$1 for 18+ Hours of Animal Drawing and Anatomy Lessons. Ends Monday!! 🦊🐺🎨 👀LOOK HERE:
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The English Garden Jul 31
15 garden activities for children and parents to have a go at! All you need is an outdoor space.
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Melanated Gold Homeschool Magazine 22h
Coming soon! Melanated Gold Homeschool Magazine is a comprehensive, full-color, high-quality, digital magazine created for African American families who homeschool.
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The Passionate Homeschooler Aug 3
More families are homeschooling this year b/c they realize the education system is broken, kids are being fed ideas that are based in a particular political ideology. This is how it used to be. Parents were empowered to teach their own kids w/o issues.
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Gerry Hanna Jul 28
Brilliant quote from a colleague: "It may take a village to raise a child, but I swear it takes a vineyard to homeschool one" 🔒⬇️2.0
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IPO Foundation Aug 1
NEW Stroke of Genius! Check out this clip of Episode 5 where 2 creatives used technology to bring books to life & the role intellectual property played in their dreams becoming reality. Sponsor: Scully Scott Murphy & Presser PC
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Micah Williams Aug 3
My guy started preschool today!! 😊📚
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Homeschool Book Review Aug 3
This book is an excellent introduction to ocean habitats, outlining the important features of the largest habitat on earth (see, I even remembered an ocean fact!).
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Michael Thomas of Sharon 🌳🌳🌳🐑🐕🏡 Aug 4
Folks are often writing me about homeschooling. Here is a look at our main lesson planning for this up coming year.
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Homeschool Book Review Aug 3
It’s vital that we never stand in the way of a child’s safe exploration of the world. Is it messy? Is it loud? Is it necessary? Yes! Yes, to all of the above and so many more of those questions that worry us. Play, explore, experiment with abandon!
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Sharefaith Kids 18h
Take Your Kids Church Online! MUST-HAVE EBOOK: Many Kids’ Ministries are coming to terms with the reality that when summer ends their classes will not be able to reopen. But this doesn’t mean that your Kids’ Ministry is over!!!
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illcrushyastuff Aug 5
Decided to my kindergartener this year. I am privileged enough to be able to financially swing that decision this year. (Barely. It means I’ll be working 7 days a week. 5 from home and two in person) my brain hurts already trying to research how to do this.
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Literary Homeschool Aug 5
Literary Homeschool has a wide selection of books and games to help make this year fantastic! Check out our list of math books with sought after titles like Math Mammoth, Saxon Math and more!
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Homeschool Book Review Aug 3
Simple tips for raising a reader! As a book addict, I pride myself in the variety & inclusiveness of my library. As a homeschooler, I am constantly searching for the next book that will enrapture my little readers!
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Adina Gardner 16h
Augie and Sky love finding "friends" during daily hikes. They practice Caring for Animals- and learn the difference between omnivore and herbivore 😁 This turtle is eating a banana from a fruit tree in our yard! ❤️
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Bev 16h
Asda getting parents prepped up in case they have to again in September...👨🏻‍🎓👩🏼‍🎓🍾
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Homeschool Book Review 8h
Setting up a reading nook or crash pad by your bookshelves is a great way to invite your kids to read! Making books easily accessible helps too!
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