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Our homeschool journey began 15 years ago. We decided to do some preschool work with our oldest son, who was five at the time. The summer before his preschool year, our second son was almost two years old, and I was also pregnant with our third child, who was scheduled to be born in October. I decided that since the preschool video course was so short, and I was going to have my hands full, it would be best to do the video course. That would provide consistency during that busy stage in our family's life.
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BJU Press Homeschool entiende la importancia de equipar a las familias hispanas con las herramientas necesarias para la educación en el hogar. El plan de estudios de BJU Press Homeschool ofrece cursos en video, una cosmovisión bíblica, pensamiento crítico, excelencia académica, flexibilidad y apoyo educativo. Hay tantos beneficios al elegir el plan de estudios de BJU Press Homeschool para su familia.
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BJU Press Homeschool understands the importance of equipping Hispanic families with the tools needed to homeschool. The BJU Press Homeschool curriculum offers video courses, a biblical worldview, critical thinking, academic excellence, flexibility, and educational support. There are so many benefits to choosing the BJU Press Homeschool curriculum for your family.
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Like any child, an advanced student needs you to customize the curriculum to suit his particular needs. If you have a super speller on your hands, you don't need to skip levels or even lists. Instead, try using some of these ideas to adapt the curriculum to fit your child.
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Standardized testing is unlike any other academic test that kids experience. Since it's so different, I rec-ommend a little prep work. And no, I'm not talking about study guides and filling in little bubbles. Please go out together and play some basketball!
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With the holidays behind us and springtime upon us, it's easy to feel a little down. The weather can be unpredictable, and the time change may have upset everyone's sleep schedule. Summer is quickly approaching, and there is a sense of urgency to finish the school year. It's no wonder everyone in the house seems a bit grumpy lately! But don't worry; you can do plenty of things to shake off the winter blues and make the most of the last few weeks of the school year. With a little effort and a positive attitude, you can spring into ending the school year feeling refreshed and ready to take on summer.
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Now that we've entered the spring semester, it's time for me to start thinking about whether or not I will do any standardized testing with my children this spring. Since I live in Texas and my state does not require formal testing, this decision is based on my family's preference. Other states require yearly standardized testing, so it's best to verify what your state requires you to do each year.
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It's Monday morning, and for the first time in several weeks, I found that I have some extra time. So, I found my now-cold coffee from earlier in the morning and decided that I was going to finish it while updating my state-required attendance sheet. I sat down at my cluttered kitchen table, added up the days we had completed, and discovered that we'd completed 122 days. "It's over the magical Day 100," I heard myself saying aloud, with relief. I took a sip of my already-cold cup of coffee and decided I needed to count the number of days left in the school year. Taking a deep breath and ignoring the fact that my toddler was grasping my legs, I started counting, "…48-49-50!"
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The Gadallan Trilogy is complete! Dawn L. Watkins has gifted us with more than just high adventure and entertainment. These three books have the potential to shape the heart and character of your child.
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I don't know about you, but I like neat and tidy things. I am not just talking about my home, either. I am talking about my life, my kids' lives, our circumstances … all the things. However, that is rarely a reality. So how do I cope with the dissonance between my desire for perfection and the messy truth of life? Let's have a chat about that.
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