Monthly Archives: April 2013

Don’t you just love having a big family?!

We live in Utah, which is famous for “large” families. But even within Utah I have been treated to disparaging remarks by rude people about the number of children I have–even when I only had three. It was shortly after … Continue reading

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Homeschooling on a Shoestring

Here are some very special treats for my homeschooling friends. I hope you’ll enjoy them as much as I do. Please note that although I’ve used items from of all of these websites, I have not explored everything on every … Continue reading

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Great Idea: Tutorial on Printing and Binding Ebooks

Do you like the price tag on ebooks but dislike reading books electronically? Here is the solution to that problem. Very cool! KSC

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Understanding Our Past; Securing Our Future

We understand that past is prologue. It is critical that we teach our children to understand where they have come from so they can see the path ahead more clearly and so they can recognize the value of the principles … Continue reading

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Businesses Supporting Common Core

The article linked here is pro-Common Core. (I strongly oppose CC, as evidenced by many posts on my blog.) But on the side bar, next to the article, there is a list of businesses that support Common Core. You may … Continue reading

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