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  • 5 Soft Drinks That Have Fizzled Out

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    Posted on Thursday, Apr 23rd

    In celebration of the 30-year anniversary of the New Coke launch, here are four other historic sodas your children (and possibly even you) may not know or remember because they’ve fizzled out.Read More Read More...


  • Easy Earth Day Activity for Kids

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    Posted on Tuesday, Apr 21st

    With Earth Day (April 22) and Arbor Day (April 24) this week, lots of people will be digging their hands into dirt for the first time this year, but you don’t have to get your hands dirty to enjoy this activity for kids. By starting your garden in a bag, you can teach your children about germination and observe the first sprout pushing its way out of the seed.Read More Read More...


  • Vaccination Law Leads Parents to Homeschool

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    Posted on Monday, Apr 20th

    A new California law that requires public school students to be vaccinated, but excludes homeschoolers from getting the shots, is leading some parents to choose homeschooling for their children.Read More Read More...


  • The Advantages of Learning Memory Work through Song

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    Posted on Thursday, Apr 16th

    By learning through song, children absorb key concepts and lay a foundation upon which they can build as their education progresses. Not only is it beneficial for education, but it is also fun!Read More Read More...


  • Homeschool Convention Preview: Eric & Leslie Ludy to Host Teen Track

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    Posted on Tuesday, Apr 14th

    Best known for their book When God Writes Your Love Story, Eric and Leslie Ludy will host the 2015 Teen Track for young Christian men and women at MassHOPE’s 26th Annual Christian Homeschool and Family Discipleship Convention from April 23-25 in Worcester, Massachusetts.Read More Read More...


  • Presidential Candidates Try to Win Votes from Homeschoolers

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    Posted on Monday, Apr 13th

    Ten months ahead of the Iowa caucuses, presidential candidates converged in Des Moines to talk to homeschoolers about religious liberty, foreign policy, Christian convictions, and why they were running for president.Read More Read More...


  • How to Build Math Skills at the Grocery Store

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    Posted on Thursday, Apr 9th

    Calculating and comparing unit costs in the store provides a practical learning experience for your homeschoolers as they engage math skills to search for the best deal.Read More Read More...


  • Michael Farris Headlines Homeschool Convention Speakers

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    Posted on Tuesday, Apr 7th

    HSLDA Chairman Michael Farris will speak on a variety of topics, ranging from examining the founding documents of our country to parenting and educating young Christians within the home, at MassHOPE’s 26th Annual Christian Homeschool and Family Discipleship Convention from April 23-25 in Worcester, Massachusetts.Read More Read More...


  • Beyond the Mask Feature Film Created by Homeschoolers

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    Posted on Monday, Apr 6th

    Beyond the Mask, a feature film created by a team of 400 homeschoolers, is scheduled to open in approximately 1,000 theaters today across the United States. Depending on ticket sales, the PG-rated film could set a record for the largest on-demand theatrical opening.Read More Read More...


  • Resurrection Story Cookies

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    Posted on Thursday, Apr 2nd

    Celebrate Resurrection Sunday with this kid-friendly recipe that not only fills up tummies with tasty treats, but also teaches about the hope we have as Christians in our risen Savior, Jesus Christ!Read More Read More...